Kate's Clean Life

Fall Reset Challenge


Kate's 21-Day Fall Reset

Fall is the new January: it’s the perfect time to hit the reset button, reevaluate old habits, refocus, and recommit. Who’s ready for a reflective and energizing fall?

If you want to boost energy, purge toxins, lose weight, lower inflammation, refocus workout routines, and optimize health (right before cold and flu season strikes), this reset is for you.

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Who’s the 21-day fall reset for?

Anyone(!) who wants to…

  • Lose weight

  • Detox and improve liver function

  • Improve digestion

  • Boost energy

  • Lower inflammation

  • Boost immune system

  • Gain energy

  • Gain strength

  • Decrease stress

  • Improve sleep quality

  • Improve hormone balance

  • Learn exactly what it feels like to live a CLEAN, healthy and balanced life

The plan in a nutshell:

  • Week 1: Detox + purging toxins (Following Dr. Cabral’s 7 day detox protocol). Learn more here

  • Week 2: Whole food nutrition + lowering inflammation

  • Week 3: Whole food nutrition + optimal nourishment + forming lifestyle habits

  • 21 days of nutritional guidance

  • Whole food nutrition that improves detox, lowers inflammation, burns body fat, balances blood sugar, and boosts energy

  • Strength training routines (with modifications) designed to align, balance, tone and build functional strength

  • Access to Kate’s Clean Life App for strength training routines

  • Tips to lower stress and improve sleep

  • Instruction for improving detox pathways

  • Meditation + breath-work for improved sleep and sanity

  • Daily tips and tricks via Instagram and Facebook

  • Access to Kate for individual questions

When: Starting Monday, October 7 – Sunday, October 27 (2019)


Cost: $198.00


Dr. Cabral Detox Kit ($99)

Fall Reset Program ($99) - Regularly $199

100% money back guarantee if you’re not satisfied with results.

Disclaimer- The opinions expressed on this website should not be construed as medical advice. The material on this website is provided for informational purposes only. It is general information that may not apply to you as an individual and is not a substitute for your own doctor’s medical care or advice.

21 Days too much? try the 7-day detox to get started

Learn more here.


Q. If I don’t want to (or can’t) do the exercise portion of the 21-day reset, can I still do it?

A. Yes. The exercise portion is recommended, but it is not mandatory or necessary to get results. You can simply follow the nutrition guidelines and other healing modalities.

Q. If I cannot do the detox portion (pregnant, nursing, etc.) can I still do the 21-day reset?

A. Yes. There are 2 ways to approach this. One, you can join the rest of the group in week 2 or two, you can still start on week one and focus on the other healing modalities like whole food nutrition, sleep optimization, exercise, fasting, and breathing + meditation.

Q. What if I can’t start the 21-day reset on October 7? Can I still do it?

A. Yes! This reset is something you can do whenever you would like. You do not have to do it with the group.

Q. Can the exercise (strength training) portion of the 21-day reset be done at home?

A. Yes. Here’s what you’ll need: a resistance band and dumbbells (optional). More details will be provided following sign-up.

Q. Will the 21-day reset provide me with recipes?

A. No. The 21-day reset comes with nutrition guidance, recommendations, and recipe resources. It does not map out exactly what to eat at each meal. This program is designed to educate and encourage you to create “clean” meals on your own. This will empower you to make clean eating and whole food nutrition a lifestyle, not a quick fix.

Q. What if I have an injury or some type of physical limitation? Can the exercise portion be tailored to my individual needs?

A. Yes, I am happy to provide you with modifications to fit your unique needs.

Q. Can I do the 21-day reset if I have food sensitivities and/or food allergies?

A. Yes. During the 21-day reset we will be avoiding gluten, dairy and sugar as well as processed foods (foods that come in a bag, box, or can). The rest will be up to you.