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Health Retreat Cleansing Meal Plan
Each guest is lodged in their own private suite (with a full kitchen) with grocery shopping independent from the program. The book is provided complimentary which you can choose to follow or adapt into your own tastes and preferences. There are several grocery stores a short walking distance away, and the Westin has a complimentary shuttle that you can also take to make it easier. Most guests get together for ‘food swaps’ on Sunday nights, to share portions or exchange extra food, or ideas.
The food style at Whistler Fitness Vacations is modern and designed to support your intensive workout schedule here in Whistler. While many health spa retreats give you unrealistic meals to recreate back home, our program prides itself on teaching you how to truly transform your lifestyle patterns. Dishes are energizing and delicious – many guests say that it’s one of the highlights of their program!
Food ingredients isn’t included with the program cost, and you can dine in restaurants sometimes if you like or enjoy the occasional wine. How strict you are with your meals is up to you, yet you’ve got all the infrastructure and coaching (with me) in place to really hunker down and make it a structured weight loss health retreat program in Whistler, if you choose.
Try Plant-Based Cooking
The Planet Friendly Diet is a simple step-by-step program for a complete detox and reboot, exclusively for women who have 30 lbs or more to lose. It’s suitable for diabetics, is very low soy, moderately low carbohydrate and sugar. The ingredients are chosen for their scientific properties in eliminating the side effects of giving up sugar, alcohol, salt, nicotine and junk food.
Go Without Gluten, Wheat & Dairy
Following The Planet Friendly Diet makes cooking really easy, especially with it’s one-portion weekly shopping list for the local grocery store. Everything is carefully calculated to use everything you buy in upcoming recipes which means no deprivation or binge urges.
It’s Planet Friendly!
Fully illustrated with mouthwatering images of each (internationally inspired) recipe, the meal plan fuels your health retreat physical activity. Not only will you lose weight, get fit and feel great-you’ll be contributing to a wider humanitarian cause. Put exciting, healthy dinners on the table while reducing your food’s environmental impact.
Dinner In 20 Minutes
Jump start your journey to optimum health with the all-inclusive 21-day meal plan! Then apply the information in the accompanying nutrition guide to transform short-term success into long-term, sustainable results.
All single-portion recipes use fresh, every day ingredients, cost less than $5 to make, are under 500 calories and take under 20 minutes to prepare.
Designed For You
Deliciously meat-free as well, with healthy fish and moderately low carbohydrate that is suitable in sugar for diabetics. Adapt the plan to meet your own tastes and preferences with detailed learning opportunities on nutrition science, that you can apply to each ingredient.
Find Peace With Food
One of the most popular parts of our health retreat is the nutrition workshops. I went to Massey University to study food science and am a certified Sports Nutritionist. My core strengths are in emotional eating and mastery of binge urges. I love supporting women with food choices, yo-yo dieting, and general mindset behind finding peace with food.
[Cat Smiley says], “Food is one relationship we all have in common.” It’s also information, affecting the expression of our genes while nurturing us with energy, connection and medicine. As Hippocrates said, “Let food be your medicine, and medicine be your food.”
— DR. KAREN VAN WYK, MD
With a bright, fresh perspective and well-rounded view on health, The Planet Friendly Diet is the book I travel around the world with!
— KYLIE BAX, Supermodel and Mum
The Planet Friendly Diet connects the dots between a healthy environment and a healthy body. If more of us read this book and followed its sensible and inspiring message to eat, we’d all be better off.
— DAVID TRACEY, author, Urban Agriculture