I’ve been getting a lot of questions lately about the difference between my IF:45 masterclass and the Wholistic Blueprint program so I wanted to take a moment to talk about them. While both programs are designed to help you improve your health and wellness, they are intended to address different areas of concern and offer different types of support.
The IF:45 program is a 45-day online course that teaches you everything you need to know about intermittent fasting, a popular approach to weight loss and overall health. As a leading expert on intermittent fasting, I lead the program and provide a variety of teaching materials, live coaching calls, a workbook, an ebook, daily support and the opportunity to access our exclusive monthly community.The goal of the program is to help you adopt intermittent fasting as a permanent lifestyle change, and it is suitable for those who are looking to improve their energy levels, mood, and weight management.
With IF:45 you will learn how to customize sustainable strategies that fit your life:
On the other hand, the Wholistic Blueprint 2.0 program is an 8-week program that focuses on female hormonal health. Along with my colleague Tessa Guevara, who is also an advanced practice nurse, we lead the program and provide a range of support materials and resources, including eight teaching modules, four bonus modules, interpretation of various health tests like DUTCH and the GI MAP, 1:1 calls to discuss your test results and plan your lifestyle changes, group coaching calls, and access to additional support options. The program is designed to help you sleep better, identify and eliminate toxins, practice self-care, support your adrenals, thyroid health, and hormones in a comprehensive manner.
Here are the topics we cover inside Wholisitic Blueprint 2.0:
Macros & Meal Frequency
Perimenopause and Menopause
How it All Together
In summary, the IF:45 program is designed to help you support your transition into an intermittent fasting lifestyle, while the Wholistic Blueprint 2.0 program is more comprehensive in nature and focuses on a range of issues related to female hormonal health. Both programs are led by experienced professionals and offer a variety of support materials and resources, but the specific focus and duration of the programs is different.
I hope this helps to clarify the differences between the two programs, and I hope to see you in one of them soon!