Plant Based Diet Meal Plan

Whether you are looking to transition to a plant based diet, or have been vegan for awhile but want to get healthier or maybe even drop a few kilos... 

Having a plant based meal plan that you can follow to guide you through that process will go a long way to ensuring your success. 

The process of transitioning to a more plant based diet can seem quite daunting, and most people run into the same common problems.

  • Always hungry 
  • Low on energy 
  • Getting bloating 
  • Feeling like you are eating the same foods over and over again 
  • Not enjoying your meals anymore :( 
  • Spending hours researching recipes 
  • Spending hours in the kitchen cooking 

Which is totally frustrating. 

You know you should be eating a healthy plant based diet, but when it's complicated or time consuming, it makes it difficult to stick with. 

And inevitably you will fall back into your old easier habits. 

Which is why, especially when you are starting out having a fully plant based meal plan can help take the confusion and guesswork out of the process.

Knowing that you just have to open your plan to find a specially selected recipe, that is designed to be quick and easy, to make... 

Well that is amazing. 

You save time, the stress of trying to figure out what to eat, and you know that you are getting the right nutrients. 

It literally makes things so much easier for you. 

Which, when you are learning a new way of eating, is so important! 

If it's easy to follow, it's easy to stick with. Period. 

I have been in the health and fitness industry since 2012 and simple and easy always wins. 

Even when I prep for shows... my diet and exercise plan is simple. 


Cause it's easier to show up and do the work when it is easy. 

Now, that's not to say that even with a perfect plant based meal plan you won't have challenging moments. 

(Cause remember... what doesn't challenge you won't change you) 

But, it won't be so hard that you feel like giving up and hiding in your blankets all day. 

Plus, you're busy and your time is valuable. 

You need to get bang for your buck when it comes to putting together healthy, quick and delicious meals. 

So having a plan to follow, so you can just turn up and cook... is priceless! 

And this is a big reason I created my 28 Day Vegan Shred. 

I saw a lot of ladies struggling with their transition, struggling to stick with it and make permanent changes long term. 

They were suffering from low energy, bloating, gas and burn out because of not knowing how to put together the right kind of plant based meals. 

Like Jordana, who I had an initial consultation with and she was struggling to see any changes or make any progress with her weight loss... despite training hard in the gym. 

She was frustrated and on the verge of burnout. 

She was a busy mum and has her own business, so was extremely time poor. But she was making time for training and was trying her best to eat right. She was training hard and pushing herself every workout, but was not seeing any changes. 

I talked her through a plan of attack, and gave her a copy of my 28 Day Vegan Shred

Her transformation was AMAZING. 

Within 28 days she had lost 7.5kg (16lbs) and was feeling more centred and less stressed. Her skin improved as did her energy and motivation levels. 

You can actually see her testimonial below. 

My goal with helping ladies, like Jordana, is to take the confusion and hard work out of seeing results. To give you an easy, step by step road map so that you can start to see changes right away. 

  • So you have enough energy to get through the day
  • So you aren't spending hundreds of $$$ at the supermarket 
  • So you aren't spending hours researching recipes
  • So you don't have to spend hours in the kitchen just to cook a meal 
  • So you don't have to suffer painful bloating when you first transition 

You literally follow the meal plan that is all set out for you. 


I follow the principles of T Colin Campbell and am actually a graduate of the Plant Based Nutrition program. 

He, along with Dr Michael Klaper (who I had the pleasure of presenting with at the Nutrition Symposium last year) and Dr Joel Kahn who I speak to regularly have been great mentors for me in the plant based nutrition world. 

And the knowledge that they have passed on to me, has helped me craft an amazing plant based meal plan that will leave you satisfied, and seeing results. 

In the 28 Day Vegan Shred you get a full 28 day meal plan, along with a full 28 day exercise plan (for the home or gym), there are also motivation and mindset exercises to help set you up for success and let go of bad habits that are holding you back. 

28 days is the perfect jumpstart to a new plant based lifestyle. 

And the recipes you get are delicious and satisfying such as...

  • Butter chickpeas 
  • Loaded fries 
  • Smoothies 
  • Fried rice 
  • Nice cream 

Think you can't eat food like that and lose weight? 

Well here are some of my success stories... 


And more... 


There are literally too many to fit them all on one page. But you get the idea. :) 

All these lovely ladies would agree, that having a plant based meal plan to follow is imperative to their success.

In this video I also explain why you need a good plant based meal plan to see results. 

Having a plant based meal plan to follow, teamed with support and guidance can be the difference between results and sticking with it OR giving up and not seeing any changes. 

But you have to be ready to make a commitment. 

Not everyone is, and that's okay. 

Change is tough, it's hard and has it's ups and downs. 

But when you feel you are ready, when you feel like you are at the point where enough is enough and you are ready to make those changes. 

Having a plan to follow like the 28 Day Vegan Shred can make all the difference. 

So if you are ready to take the leap... 

You can find out more about the 28 Day Vegan Shred and how you can get started here >> 

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