A FREE five-day challenge to introduce key concepts involved in adopting an eco-friendly diet in a low-pressure, supportive environment.
- Care about the environment?
- Want to reduce your negative carbon impact on the environment?
- Currently eating meat with 80% of your lunches and dinners?
- Currently including beef or lamb in your meals 2+ times a week?
- Intimidated by the idea of being “vegetarian” or “vegan”?
If you answered yes to any of the questions above, this free challenge is for you!
Only takes a few seconds!
Reasons to Participate in this Eco-Friendly Diet Challenge
We did make some really positive changes though because of this challenge: less meat, fewer paper plates, fewer articles bottles, more vegetables and more locally grown food. Looking forward to continuing to make progress.
Will I have to follow a meal plan for the challenge?
This may surprise you about a challenge marketed as a way to adopt a more “eco-friendly diet,” but no, there is no set meal plan. There are suggestions for meal elements, but there is lots of flexibility so that you can choose the options that fit your diet or family needs.
What does it cost?
The challenge is completely free to you. While some people worry that eco-frien
dly food means that they must be more expensive, that doesn’t have to be the case. Pre-packaged versions of food may be more expensive, but there are lots of options that doesn’t have to be costly and still allow you to (1) engage with the challenge and (2) help you transition to a more eco-friendly lifestyle.
What is the time commitment for the challenge?
The time you spend actually engaging with the challenge in the FB challenge group is very limited– a post once each day unless you WISH to engage further. And if you miss your daily post… it happens. Try to catch up if/when you can.
The time spent on activities based on the challenge prompts? That may vary and involve a little bit of planning and/or meal prepping. But it is intended to be a part of your normal daily life of shopping, eating, cleaning in the kitchen. This isn’t about adding EXTRA elements to the day; it’s about making small changes to things you are already doing.
If you still have questions, please feel free to send them to Devon via email@example.com.