When someone drops 50 pounds in 6 weeks with The Wild Diet on National TV, there are a lot of questions.
“Can I really eat bacon?”
“You mean I don’t really have to exercise to lose fat?”
“How in the world do you lose 1 pound a day for a month?”
“Wait a second, I can eat chocolate?”
Yes, you really can be happy and healthy at the same time.
You can get better fat loss results than you ever imagined. And I want to prove it to you.
That’s why, when you join the Wild30 Challenge, you’ll get 30 days of fat-burning videos, tips and tools sent straight to your inbox, plus track your progress in your member’s only dashboard with checkmarks and progress bars that make burning fat more like a game.
But don’t dismay! In the Wild30 Challenge, you’ll quickly learn that Kurt’s story isn’t all that unusual.
Most people have greater success when they don’t have to go at it alone. In the Wild30 Challenge, you’ll have the option to team up with an accountability partner to help you stay on track and reach your goals.
Plus, when you join the Wild30 Challenge, you’ll get immediate access to our 30-day meal plan, which is designed to help you drop fat with real food. The meal plans are Paleo-friendly, easy to make, and literally the meals that my wife Alyson and I eat just about every night to stay lean, fit, and happy.
Everything has been planned out for you. You’ll get instant access to your member’s only dashboard where you can download your Quick Start Guide, 30-Day Wild Meal Plan, and Motivation Journal. You’ll have 30 days of fat-burning videos, tips and tools to help you start burning fat and feeling great.
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Here’s What You Have To Look Forward To
- 30-Day Wild Meal Plan: We’ll be sharing our new and improved 30-Day Meal Plan which features our favorite recipes backed by the principles of The Wild Diet to help you shed fat as quickly as possible, while enjoying delicious meals and real food treats. Everything has been planned out for you, including step-by-step meal plans, shopping lists and recipes.
- 30-Days of Updates: We’ll be sharing videos, tips, recipes, and fat-burning tools every day during the Wild30 Challenge.
- Interactive Dashboard: In the member’s area, access your Wild30 downloads, videos and tools, and use the checkmarks and progress bars to track your progress and make burning fat more like a game.
- Giveaway: We’re going to have some fun, too! We have over $600 in prizes to giveaway, including autographed copies of The Wild Diet and containers of our tasty superfood greens called Future Greens.
- Community Support: We have an amazing group of people who are eating real food and burning fat all over the world.
What Can I Eat During The Challenge?
Here’s what you can look forward to eating during The Wild Diet 30-Day Challenge:
- Vegetables, preferably wild or organic and raw, should make up more than half of your plate. The majority of bulk should come from fresh green, leafy, vegetables such as kale, spinach, leaf lettuce, bok choy, collard greens, and other greens. Colorful vegetables are excellent, but limit starches, especially white potatoes and corn. Fresh veggies are best, but steamed, lightly cooked, frozen, and canned without preservatives or additives work, too.
- Proteins, Meats, Eggs & Broths, such 100% grass-fed beef, wild-caught fish and seafood, and wild or pasture-raised poultry, pork, and eggs.
Whole Fruit as a snack, dessert, or used to sweeten other foods. For best fat loss, limit to 1-2 servings per day and favor fruit with low sugar, such as organic blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, lemons and limes.
- Good Fats to round out the meal. Nutrient-dense fat should come from grass-fed, pasture-raised meat and dairy (if tolerated), organic virgin coconut oil, avocado oil, organic virgin olive oil, or soaked and dehydrated organic nuts and seeds, such as almonds, cashews, macadamia nuts, pecans, or walnuts.
- Starches: If you are particularly active, have a high metabolism, or less tolerant of fat or protein, consider a side of starch such as boiled sweet potato or whole grain rice with your dinner. If you find that carbs slow your fat loss, skip the starch and eat extra protein, veggies, or fat instead.
Also, be sure to:
- Cook with fats that can stand high-heat, like real grass-fed butter and ghee, pasture-raised animal fats (duck, tallow, and lard), organic cocoa butter, avocado oil, and organic virgin coconut oil. Fats that are better used cold (not good for high heat) are organic extra-virgin olive oil and macadamia nut oil.
- Drink at least eight 8-ounce glasses of pure water per day. Drink as much unsweetened coffee, tea, or seltzer as you like.
- Fermented drinks, like kombucha, kevita, and kvass can be great additions as long as sugar is kept low (no more than 3 grams per serving).
- Eat fermented foods, like homemade sauerkraut, kimchee, no-sugar added full-fat yogurt (from grass-fed sheep, goat, or cow or coconut milk), or kombucha.
- If you want to drop fat even faster, get in at least one Wild 7 Workout a week.
Optional Foods (limit to 1-2 servings per day total, preferably in the evening or after exercise)
- Fruit: The best low-sugar fruits include blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, lemons, and limes.
- Starchy Vegetables: The best are carrots, sweet potatoes, yams, and beets.
- Dairy: Fermented, grass-fed goat, sheep and cow’s milk. Favor full-fat, raw, and fermented dairy such as yogurt, kefir, and cheese, and avoid homogenized and high-temperature pasteurized dairy products.
What foods should I be avoiding?
Avoid these foods during the challenge:
- Processed Foods and foods containing any ingredient you cannot pronounce or spell.
- Fried Foods and foods containing industrial vegetable oils (e.g., soybean oil, corn oil, safflower oil, peanut oil, or canola oil).
- Grains or white carbohydrates (including wheat, oats, and corn) or any products made from them (including bread, pasta, cereal, etc.). Note: Gluten-free oats are ok on occasion when properly soaked in an acidic medium.
- Sugars, corn syrup, or products containing them (avoid every product with “-ose” on the label).
- Artificial Sweeteners or any products containing them (e.g., sucralose, Splenda, or NutraSweet).
- Soy or any products containing it (e.g., tofu, soy protein isolate, soybean oil, etc.).
- Liquid Calories (including fruit juice, sweet tea, sports drinks, soda, or high-temperature pasteurized milk).
Should I be exercising during the challenge?
Also, try to stay as active as possible the rest of the week. Plan a family hike at the state park, go for a walk after dinner, join a community sports team, take a zumba or martial arts class—find fun ways to move your body.
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