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Sick of the gimmicks? Sick of restrictive diets you can’t stick to? Sick of the lack of results?

It’s time for a realistic diet!

Eat 800 grams, by weight, of the fruits and vegetables of your choice per day.

Continue to eat whatever else you want. No restrictions, just additions.

Eight-hundred grams fits on a standard dinner plate and averages 400-500 calories.

The #800gChallenge® is about six cups, which is a great way to estimate your grams!

Sick of the gimmicks? Sick of restrictive diets you can't stick to? Sick of the lack of results?

You’re not alone. The $60 billion diet industry (United States) is flooded with fads and quick fixes that don’t work! You know this because you’ve tried too many.

It’s time for a realistic diet. A diet free of restrictive and overbearing rules. A diet that works with busy lives and can withstand hectic family schedules, holidays, and even travel (<gasp!>). A diet that finally gets you the weight, health, and fitness results you’ve been working so hard for.

You are in the right place (finally!). This will be your antidote to all the dieting nonsense that has gotten you nowhere.

Welcome to the #800gChallenge®.

Does It Count?

This is about eating fruits and vegetables - NOT products made with fruits and vegetables.

When in doubt, leave it out!

No, They Don't Count!

Yes, They Count!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Your fellow health seekers asked these questions.

It is recommended you do at home, but no need to bring a scale to a restaurant or when you are traveling. To estimate: a closed adult fist is about 1 cup. About 6 cups (6 fists) ends up being very close to 800 grams.

Except, leafy greens in salads don’t weigh much. They only weigh ~25g/cup – so think about it as 6 cups a day and as many leafy greens as you want when you are estimating. 

Yes, 800 grams is the baseline and larger or more active people can scale up. It only ends up being about 400-500 calories, which is 25% or less of on average of people’s caloric intake.

This volume of fruits and veggies was associated with a lower risk of cancer, stroke, heart disease, and death, and falls in line with USDA recommendations regarding fruit and vegetable consumption.

Plenty more frequently asked questions answered in the e-book!


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