Do You Really Need the 28 Day Reset for PIIT28?

Do You Really Need the 28 Day Reset for PIIT28? 6 min read

If you have heard of PIIT28, you probably heard about the 28 Day Reset, the nutrition plan that is often marketed alongside the workout regimen. With a workout plan that is 28 days long, why not have a meal plan that is 28 days as well? Seems like it makes sense to start programs that are the same length. Or is this a ploy to get you to purchase another product? This 28 Day Reset review will dive into the details.

How does the 28 Day Reset work?

According to the PIIT28 website, where you can purchase the 28 Day Reset, “the way you eat is responsible for 80% of the way you look and feel.” The 28 Day Reset is not a diet. It is a 28-day challenge that aims to introduce you to a healthy lifestyle of clean eating by omitting certain foods from your diet and eating regularly.

In this program, you will be omitting dairy, gluten, sugar, and processed grains for 28 days. After the 28 days is over, you should be able to determine whether or not you have an intolerance to the foods that were excluded from your diet while becoming more aware of your eating habits. To determine which foods you have an intolerance to, you will slowly reintroduce the foods to your diet and assess how you feel. There is also a vegan version of the plan available.

The Truth About Diets and Meal Plans

Here’s the thing to keep in mind: our bodies need a specific amount of calories just to function. No matter what you are or aren’t eating, your body is using energy to keep your organs and internal systems going. Additionally, your body uses energy for activities such as exercise, cleaning, working, and even resting.

As you would expect, your body gets the energy to do all that from the food you eat. In most cases, taking in less energy than you use means you will have a calorie deficit. In most cases, this means you lose weight.

Of course, not all calories are the same. 1000 calories from candy is going to be a lot different than 1000 calories from a plain salad as far as what is going on in your body when it’s being converted into energy.

This is why diets and meal plans can never be one size fits all. There is just so much to consider. You will need to take into account any dietary restrictions and preferences, what your workout schedule is like, and your budget, on top of what your goals are.

As far as the 28 Day Reset goes, I made a list of the pros and cons I found to make it easier for you to decide if the 28 Day Reset is for you.

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The Pros and Cons of the 28 Day Reset

The moment of truth. Do you really need the 28 Day Reset if you’re doing PIIT28? Again, keep in mind that this is more of a meal plan and not a diet.


  • The 28 Day Reset aims to introduce a healthier way of eating, which makes it perfect for someone who is trying to make lifestyle changes but has no clue where to start. The 28 Day Reset can open your eyes to how your eating habits before comparing to one way you could be eating.
  • This program was made in collaboration with a certified nutrition coach and a dietetic technician. While it’s not tailored to you and your specific needs, you can definitely trust that there was a lot of effort put into making sure this plan can work!
  • The Facebook group is amazing! There are tons of men and women who are willing to support you and answer questions. Cassey even answers a few questions herself!
  • The program is inclusive. There is a vegan version of the program for those who want it, so you won’t have to worry about modifying the plan yourself! There is also a substitution chart for further modifications if necessary.
  • The plan isn’t restricting. You will eventually reintroduce the food items that you have been cutting off.
  • There are over 150 (!) different recipes. The first part of the plan teaches you the basics of nutrition.
  • Each recipe includes information about the calories and macros for those who want to use it.
  • If you’re doing PIIT28, you start and stop both programs at the same time. This makes keeping track of days a lot easier if you decide to continue with PIIT28.
  • It’s really easy to follow. Everything is laid out for you, including grocery lists!


  • While the introduction covers the basics of nutrition, you don’t learn how to actually calculate your caloric needs based on your own needs. Someone who exercises 2-3 times a week will not need as many calories as someone who does intense exercises an hour a day, every day. This is extremely important! Eating too little can be just as harmful to your progress as eating too much! This means that following the 28 Day Reset might not give you enough energy you need if you are someone who is extremely active.
  • This plan probably won’t get any updates due to piracy concerns. Any updates will likely be in the PIIT Pocket app, which doesn’t have the basic info the book has. This is important because in the beginning of the book, there are a few tips on how to make smart food choices. One of those tips includes how to read a nutrition label and understand what it means. Since the 28 Day Reset, there has been an update on nutrition facts, including clearly displaying how much sugar is added sugar. For someone who barely looks at labels, this would be a good fact to know.
  • You don’t get a hard copy of the program. If you’re someone who enjoys having a book to look through, you will have to print it yourself.

The Bottom Line

Do you need to watch what you eat when you’re working out? Yes, absolutely! Eating right is just as important as actually doing the workouts if you want to see results. Does the program you use have to be The 28 Day Reset? Not necessarily. I would say the biggest flaw with the 28 Day Reset is that it does not give you the resources to determine if the meal plans meet your dietary needs.

If you do decide that The 28 Day Reset is for you, I strongly recommend that you work with a professional that can guide you. It also doesn’t hurt to learn the science behind healthy eating! I would start by looking into macros. If It Fits Your Macros is a good place to start. Other than that, this is a great program to ease you into healthy eating.

If you want to purchase The 28 Day Reset, click here. If you would like to purchase the Vegan program, click here. You can actually save $49 by purchasing the transformation pack which includes PIIT28 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, AND the 28 Day Reset! Click here for the regular Transformation Pack, or click here for the Vegan Transformation pack.


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Arianna Lynne
Arianna Lynne

Hey, it’s Arianna Lynne, the creator of Yoga With Mimosas. I am a certified POP Pilates and PIIT28 instructor with an obsession for learning kpop dances. I want to help others find balance between life and fitness. You can reach me at [email protected]

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