Reset Your Body with this 14-Day Clean Eating Meal Plan

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In this day and age, fatty, high-calorie foods have become more accessible than ever. As a result, many of our waistlines are expanding. While the occasional cheat meal is perfectly acceptable every now and then, it certainly should not become an everyday occurrence. If you’ve become a known regular at your local fast food joint, it’s time to make a change! Say farewell to junk food and reset your body with this 14-day clean eating meal plan!

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Eating unhealthy, processed foods can pack on the pounds rather quickly. Furthermore, these types of foods contribute to increased feelings of lethargy, stress, and sickness. For this reason, we’ve designed a meal-plan built around healthy, nutritious superfoods. We’re aware that a lot of people associate healthy diets with bland, tasteless foods. If this describes you, we’re about to blow your mind!

Over the next 14-days, your taste buds will be bombarded with incredibly tasty flavors! It will be difficult to believe these recipes are made with nutritious “diet” foods, but trust us; they are! Understand that it is possible to lose weight while eating the food you love. See for yourself!

Reset Your Body with this 14-Day Clean Eating Meal Plan

We’ve included three meals, one snack, and one detox drink in each day of this plan. The detox drink is optional, but we highly recommend it! It’s important to note that we’ve done our best to utilize leftovers so that nothing goes to waste!

If you find yourself with extra leftovers, feel free to use the remaining food as a replacement for new meals. The majority of these meals can also be stored in the freezer to enjoy at a later date. Some days you may feel like you’re eating a lot, but that’s the beauty of healthy food… You can have a lot more of it because it’s less calorie dense!

If you’re used to quick, grab and go meals, preparing these recipes may feel slightly overwhelming at first. Have no fear! Choosing one or two days out of the week to meal-prep will make this process simpler than ever. Check out The Busy Woman’s Guide to Meal-Prepping for tips on how to prioritize your time! Lastly, these Meal-Prep Containers will make preparing your grab & go meals ahead of time, even easier!

Week 1

Day 1 – 1482 Calories

healthy recipe for breakfast

Breakfast: Wild Blueberry, Mint, & Flax Smoothie (1 serving) and 2 hard-boiled Eggs

Lunch: Orange Glazed Chicken & Sweet Potato Kebabs (2 servings)

Dinner: Mediterranean Salad with Salmon, Cucumber, and Mint (1 serving)

Snack: Chocolate Peanut Butter Energy Bites (2 servings)

Detox Drink: Ginger, Lime and Mint Flavored Sparkling Water (1 serving)

Day 2 – 1482 Calories

healthy recipe for dinner

Breakfast: leftover Wild Blueberry, Mint, & Flax Smoothie (1 serving) and 2 hard-boiled Eggs

Lunch: leftover Orange Glazed Chicken & Sweet Potato Kebabs (2 servings)

Dinner: leftover Mediterranean Salad with Salmon, Cucumber and Mint (1 serving)

Snack: leftover Chocolate Peanut Butter Energy Bites (2 servings)

Detox Drink: leftover Ginger, Lime and Mint Flavored Sparkling Water (1 serving)

Day 3 – 1406 Calories

Breakfast: 5-Ingredient Baked Egg Mushrooms (2 servings)

Lunch: leftover Orange Glazed Chicken & Sweet Potato Kebabs (2 servings)

Dinner:  leftover Mediterranean Salad with Salmon, Cucumber and Mint (1 serving)

Snack: leftover Chocolate Peanut Butter Energy Bites (2 servings)
**freeze the remaining bites or share them with your friends! 

Detox Drink: leftover Ginger, Lime and Mint Flavored Sparkling Water (1 serving)

Day 4 – 1445 Calories

healthy recipe for lunch

Breakfast: leftover 5-Ingredient Baked Egg Mushrooms (2 servings) and an Apple

Lunch: Easy Thai Beef Salad (2 servings)

Dinner: Spicy Pork Chops with Cool Melon Salsa (1 serving)

Snack: Chocolate Protein Shake (1 serving) and a Banana

Detox Drink: leftover Ginger, Lime and Mint Flavored Sparkling Water (1 serving)

Day 5 – 1446 Calories

Breakfast: Chia Seed Berry Yogurt Smoothie (1 serving) and ¼ cup of Almonds

Lunch: leftover Easy Thai Beef Salad (2 servings)

Dinner: leftover Spicy Pork Chops with Cool Melon Salsa (1 serving)

Snack: Avocado Stuffed Deviled Eggs (2 servings)

Detox Drink: Apple Cider Vinegar and Cranberry Detox Drink (1 serving)

Day 6 – 1531 Calories

Breakfast: leftover Chia Seed Berry Yogurt Smoothie (1 serving) and ¼ cup of Almonds

Lunch: leftover Easy Thai Beef Salad (2 servings)

Dinner: Slow Cooker Fully-Loaded Lentil Stew (2 servings)

Snack: leftover Avocado Stuffed Deviled Eggs (2 servings)

Detox Drink: Cucumber Melon Detox Drink (1 serving)

Day 7 – 1615 Calories

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Breakfast: leftover Chia Seed Berry Yogurt Smoothie (1 serving) and ¼ cup of Almonds

Lunch: leftover Slow Cooker Fully-Loaded Lentil Stew (2 servings)

Dinner: Savory Lemon White Fish Fillets (2 servings)

Snack: leftover Avocado Stuffed Deviled Eggs (2 servings)

Detox Drink: leftover Cucumber Melon Detox Drink (1 serving)

Week 2

Day 8 – 1524 Calories

snacks on the clean-eating meal plan

Breakfast: Caprese and Smashed Avocado Toast (1 serving)

Lunch:  leftover Slow Cooker Fully-Loaded Lentil Stew (2 servings)

Dinner: leftover Savory Lemon White Fish Fillets’ (2 servings)

Snack: Superfood Protein Bar (1 serving) and 2 hard-boiled Eggs

Detox Drink: leftover Cucumber Melon Detox Drink (1 serving)

Day 9 – 1530 Calories

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Breakfast: leftover Caprese and Smashed Avocado Toast (1 serving) and 2 Eggs

Lunch: Seared Chicken and Quinoa Salad (1 serving)

Dinner: 30-Minute Lemon Basil Shrimp and Asparagus Recipe (2 servings)

Snack: leftover Superfood Protein Bar (1 serving) and ¼ cup of Almonds

Detox Drink: Beet Coconut Water Detox (1 serving)

Day 10 – 1480 Calories

Breakfast: leftover Caprese and Smashed Avocado Toast (1 serving)

Lunch: leftover 30-Minute Lemon Basil Shrimp and Asparagus Recipe (2 servings)

Dinner: leftover Seared Chicken and Quinoa Salad (2 servings)

Snack: leftover Superfood Protein Bar (1 serving)

Detox Drink: Apple Cider Vinegar and Cranberry Detox Drink (1 serving)

Day 11 – 1586 Calories

Breakfast: Superfood Strawberry and Goji Berry Smoothie (1 serving)

Lunch: Lite Tuna Melt Wrap (1 serving) and one medium Apple

Dinner: One-Pan Roasted Chicken And Veggies Dinner (1 serving)

Snack: Turkey Taco Lettuce Wraps (2 servings)

Detox Drink: Cleanse and Detox Smoothie (1 serving)

Day 12 – 1520 Calories

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Breakfast: leftover Superfood Strawberry and Goji Berry Smoothie (1 serving)

Lunch: leftover Lite Tuna Melt Wrap (1 serving) and ¼ cup of Almonds

Dinner: leftover One-Pan Roasted Chicken And Veggies Dinner (1 serving)

Snack: leftover Turkey Taco Lettuce Wraps (2 servings)

Detox Drink: Lemon Ginger Detox Drink (1 serving)

Day 13 – 1466 Calories

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Breakfast: Green Tea Kiwi Berry Smoothie (1 serving)

Lunch: leftover One-Pan Roasted Chicken And Veggies Dinner (1 serving)

Dinner: Curried Salmon and Roasted Sweet Potato (1 serving)

Snack: leftover Turkey Taco Lettuce Wraps (2 servings) and an Apple

Detox Drink: Apple Cider Vinegar and Cranberry Detox Drink (1 serving)

Day 14 – 1581 Calories

clean-eating recipe

Breakfast: Green Tea Kiwi Berry Smoothie (1 serving)

Lunch: Thai Chicken Veggie Salad with Peanut Dressing (2 servings)

Dinner: leftover Curried Salmon and Roasted Sweet Potato (1 serving)

Snack: ¼ cup of Almonds and a Banana

Detox Drink: Cleanse and Detox Smoothie (1 serving)

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Start Enjoying a Healthy Meal Plan, Today!

Are you ready to reset your body with this 14-day clean eating meal plan? If you’ve already completed it, we’d love to hear about your favorite recipes! Let us know in the comment section below!

A proper diet is the single most important part of a weight loss program. With that being said, regular exercise can greatly increase the amount of weight that you lose each week. You may also want to consider taking part in one of these workout plans or challenges:

10 Comments on "Reset Your Body with this 14-Day Clean Eating Meal Plan"

  1. Kate Hagan  September 22, 2019

    Without a shopping list this looks daunting to go thru each individual meal recipe

    Reply
    • Erin Milller  September 22, 2019

      Hi Kate,

      We’re currently working through our meal plans and creating shopping lists for each of them. We should have one for this meal plan within the next couple of weeks, so be sure to keep checking back! 🙂

      Reply
  2. Cheryl  September 22, 2019

    Is there a vegetarian 14 day cleanse diet

    Reply
    • Erin Milller  September 22, 2019

      Hi Cheryl,

      We don’t currently have a 14-day vegetarian meal plan, but I do have a 7-Day Vegetarian Meal Plan that you may be interested in. I’d be happy to add a 14-day vegetarian cleanse diet to our future content list, though 🙂

      Reply
  3. Jenn Barrychuck  September 23, 2019

    I agree with Kate. I am doing the cleanse but it was annoying to have to click on each recipe to get ingredients instead of having a shopping list.
    Also, can you drink coffee on this cleanse?

    Reply
    • Erin Milller  September 23, 2019

      Hi Jenn,

      A shopping list for this meal plan has been added to our to-do list. We’ll get to it as soon as we can! Until then, you might want to check out our 14-Day Clean Eating Meal Plan with Shopping List. I’ve linked to the free download product page, where you’ll also find a link to the actual post. The recipes are not quite as new but they are every bit as tasty!

      You may drink coffee but remember, everything that you add to your coffee, like cream and sugar, will add to your daily caloric intake. If you take your coffee black, I would limit yourself to one or two cups tops per day, to not overwhelm your body with caffeine. Hope that helps!

      Reply
  4. Jennifer  September 23, 2019

    I typically do calorie counting with an app that has me on 1200 calories per day. Is it possible to gain weight with this plan being that it’s a lot more than 1200 each day? Would love to be able to use a meal plan!

    Reply
    • Erin Milller  September 23, 2019

      Hi Jennifer,

      Typically, 1200 calories is considered extremely low for most people of average weight. With that being said though, if you’re a person with a smaller frame, that may be accurate. If you have any concerns, we highly recommend that you ask your primary care physician. Caloric intake differs from person to person, so no one meal plan will ever be 100% perfect for everyone. If you don’t want to stray too far from 1200 calories, my advice would be to just eat 1 or 2 less servings than this meal plan calls for. I know that each day of this plan has at least one doubled-serving, so you can eat one instead of two. Also, increasing physical activity would help to balance out caloric intake as well. Hope that helps! 🙂

      Reply
  5. Jenn Barrychuck  September 25, 2019

    This may be a silly question, but when should you be drinking the detox drink? Is this for morning or night or does it matter? TIA!

    Reply
    • Erin Milller  September 25, 2019

      Hi Jenn,

      Good question! It’s purely a matter of preference. Personally, I like to drink them before breakfast, but there’s no real added benefit to doing so. 🙂 Hope that helps!

      Reply

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