​Leafy Greens
Green Beans
Brussel Sprouts


​  Beets

   White Rice

   Brown Rice
   Sweet Potato

   White Potato
   Butternut Squash
   Acorn Squash
   All Fruits


​  Chicken Breast
   Chicken Thighs
   Center Cut Pork Loin
Beef/bison 90/10 
   Top Sirloin
   Top Round
   Tenderloin (beef/pork)
   3 Eggs* = 1 portion
   Ground Turkey Breast 


   Turkey Tenderloin
   Turkey Breast


# of Meals

3 (Full)



4 (Full)





Extra Large

​(Extremely Active?

Quality (14 days)

Most people are nutrient deficient in more ways than one. By choosing nutrient dense foods, we can help to eliminate those deficiencies and help bring our bodies back to homeostasis. On this plan, you will be choosing your foods off of a list. This will ensure we are eating the right types of foods for sustained health and longevity. You will notice the absence of things like bacon, sausage, and other high fat meats. Just like many of the processed carbohydrates we avoid, these foods are often void of nutrients, yet very dense in calories.





Extra Large

​(Extremely Active?

# of Meals

3 (Full)



5 (Full)


Grass Fed Butter
Olive Oil
Coconut Oil
Avocado oil
Macadamia oil
Homemade dressings

(2 tbsp**)
Raw Almonds
Raw Pecans
Raw Walnuts
Raw Macadamia Nuts
Raw Nut Butter **
(No other ingredients and must be made with one of the above nuts)

Quality & Quantity (28 days)

Keep it simple. The vegetables should fill the largest amount of space on your "plate." Think of compartments on a tray. The protein and carbohydrates will each fit into one of the "smaller compartments." We will be using a simple tablespoon from our home kitchen to round out the meal with a quality choice of fat from the list. Idea here is to be getting a starting point or a baseline on how much we are taking in without over-complicating it.

How many meals per day? Lets keep it simple and look at your t-shirt size! If you aren’t sure where you fall, you can double check with us and we will make sure we have you on the right plan.

Date: 1/28/19 – 3/10/19  |  Cost: $40 Full Challenge  



Like past challenges, this challenge is going to first and foremost be a “reset” to hopefully allow everyone to get back on track. Nutrition is a critical part of results–no matter how hard you try, you cannot out-train a bad diet. This is not simply a weight loss challenge. It is for anyone looking to see positive changes in their performance, energy levels, body fat percentage,  along with many other things. Below you will find the details.

This will be a six-week long, two part challenge. The first two weeks will focus on quality of food. Like CrossFit Founder & Coach Glassman’s first sentence of Fitness in 100 words, we will be eating meats and vegetables, nuts and seeds, some fruit, little starch, and no sugar. During the last four weeks, we will dial it in with the same quality food but with an added focus on quantity. 

We have created a closed Facebook Group for participating members feedback, help, Q&A.  What we really want you to do with that space is to ENCOURAGE EACH OTHER and HOLD EACH OTHER ACCOUNTABLE.  This will be great for everyone to to swap ideas, struggles, etc!  

Ask to join the group here --> CFSF REAL FOOD CHALLENGE FACEBOOK GROUP


This is not a weight loss challenge

It is a challenge to better our health and wellness, through eating only the best foods out there.

Will we see a loss of body fat during this challenge? Absolutely!  However that is simply a result of becoming healthier, by eating the way food was meant to be consumed… in it’s natural, unaltered state.

Real food grows in the wild – the way nature intended. “Food-stuffs” are man-made creations that may resemble food, but are truly not. We’re dropping that from our diets.  If you can’t hunt or gather it in the wild, it’s not something you should be eating. (You won’t find a box of Chex Mix growing from a tree)

Cost is $40

Scoring will be based off of the grading below.
Measurements for Bodyfat (done by Jason ONLY) are mandatory. It is such valuable information to track your progress. Measurements must be completed by the last class on January 28th, 2019.  Please make arrangements with Jason to get yours done.

Final measurements will be required by the last class on March 11th, 2019. 
To be eligible for prizes, we must get your measurements!

4 Points
Perfect day of eating. No cheats.

3 Points
One minor slip. Milk in the coffee, condiments (salad dressing, mayo, bbq sauce, ketchup, etc), a tortilla chip, a Cheerio.

2 Points
Significant slip, but not an entire meal:  One glass of wine or beer, finished your kid’s Mac ’N Cheese, piece of bread at dinner.

1 Points
Major slip. Pizza or pasta for dinner, 2 beers at a game, ice cream.

0 Points
More than one solid cheat throughout the day. 2+ meals lost.


There is a chance for up to (3) Bonus Points per Day

• 3 Meals a Day (Pre and Post-Workout Nutrition are exceptions)
• 50% of Each Meal is Vegetables. Fibrous Vegetables are the way to go!

This point system is based on the HONOR SYSTEM.  Can you cheat the system? Yes, but where is that getting you?  So you get a lot of points, and at the end we see you didn't get healthier....who looks like the jerk now?


Cash Prizes to the TOP MALE and FEMALE

​Frequently Asked Questions:

Should I supplement protein pre- or post workout?
This will be different based on your own personal goals. A protein shake is not required. However, it is important that you are getting adequate fuel throughout the day to speed recovery and restore your glycogen. As long as you are eating a meal within 1-2 hours pre and post workout, you don’t really need a protein shake. If weight loss is your goal, we recommend trying to stick to whole foods.

What about Kill Cliff?
Post workout only

Amino Acids/Electrolytes?
Pre/intra/Post Workout Only

Protein Shakes?
Post workout (within 45 min)

Balsamic vinegar (must be the only ingredient), red wine vinegar, apple cider vinegar, mustard, hot sauce (check label for additives/sugar), spices, and seasonings are okay (read the ingredients!), garlic cloves, herbs.

Only source of sweetener can come from whole foods. AKA Fruit. No honey, molasses, maple syrup, table sugar, coconut sugar, stevia, other artificial sweeteners.

What about eating out?
I understand that these cases do come up. For 42 days, we are asking you to prepare all of your meals at home. If you eat out, do your best to portion the meal out and eat within the guidelines. Unless you know exactly how that meal was prepared you cannot get full points for it.
This is called a challenge for a reason. While it is definitely not sustainable in the long term, we are looking for maximum results in this 6-week time span.

What if I’m still really hungry?
Communication is key, so please let one of us know how you are feeling along the way. Remember though, when we are eating at a calorie deficit to see weight/fat loss, it is normal to feel hungry. Make sure you are staying hydrated. You should never be “starving.”  Work on timing out meals strategically to help keep you from going too long without eating. You can also save some of your “meal” for a snack.

These are okay, but need to be unsweetened, and no milk. Almond milk is ok but only almond milk- no additives or sweeteners. Up to 1 cup a day maximum.


It's six weeks.  You should survive...if you can't, that's not good.