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How to Meal Prep for the 24 Day Challenge

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Advocare 24 Day Challenge Meal Plan Ideas

In order to have a successful AdvoCare 24 Day Challenge you need to prepare!  

Preparation is Key!  So this post will help walk you through how to meal prep for the 24 Day Challenge.

There is no right or wrong way I guess I’m just going to show you what I do and what works for me so improvise if you need to!

24 day challenge meal plan ideas

AdvoCare 24 Day Challenge Meal Prep

Step 1.  Decide what meal prep containers to use.  Don’t spend too much time on this.  I went ahead and purchased containers that had 3 sections to keep the food separate and for portion control.

I got them on Amazon:

If your doing the 24 Day Challenge this can be very helpful.

Step 2.  Decide on what foods your going to add to your meal prep containers.  My suggestion is a 3 part container so you can put your protein, complex carbs, and fruit in three separate sections but that’s up to you.

Step 3.  Shop for your healthy food items.  Here is a post on grocery ideas.

Step 4. Prepare your Containers for the week.  I like to do  3-4 days at a time to keep things fresh but you can also do a week.

Step 5. Prepare your snacks and make them easily accessible whether you work at home or in an office make sure and have them handy so when your hungry you have a healthy snack to grab.

advocare 24 day challenge meal prep

Make sure and follow the 24DayChallenge-Daily-Guide for a list of food ideas and what is suggested in terms of portion sizes.

A good rule of thumb is to use a fist size portion for your protein, veggies, and fruit.

AdvoCare 24 Day Challenge Meal Prep Ideas


eggs- either hard boiled or made in a cupcake tin pan with veggies and egg whites

Healthy Nut Butter- put on a piece of whole grain toast or fruit

Blueberry Parfait- lowfat Greek yogurt with berries and nuts and quinoa (I suggest no dairy during cleanse phase but fine for max phase)

Healthy Energy Bites- Mix healthy nut butter, protein powder, oats, coconut oil, small amount of honey, and ground flax seed.  Make into balls and refrigerate.  Great for a snack as well!

Chicken breast
Turkey breast
Lean ground turkey
Orange roughy
Top round steak
Top sirloin steak
Lean ground beef
Lean ham
Egg whites or substitutes
Low-fat cottage cheese
Wild-game meat
Turkey Bacon


Berries- fist size

Apple Slices


Make sure if your eating fruit to put some protein with it like nuts!

Complex Carbs: fist size

Brown Rice

Whole Wheat pasta

Sweet potato
Steamed wild rice
Whole-wheat pasta
Beans (black, kidney)
Whole grains


Green beans
Green peppers
Brussels sprouts

I hope this lists gives you some ideas of how to get started Meal Preppin for the Challenge!

To Order the 24 Day Challenge or get more information please click below!

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Joanna Bostwick


About the author: Mother and wife who loves blogging about health and wellness. Working hard to have life on my terms! Helping one person at a time take their health back. I believe everyone has a purpose and are valuable. Mantra- Life is short, don’t waste it!

15 comments… add one
  • Shannon

    Is the Greek yogurt parfait for after the cleanse is over .. I thought you couldn’t eat dairy ?

  • Susan

    I need something that will allow me to have all requirements for meals /snacks in one item. I often do not have time to eat every 2-3 hours but I can make it work if there was something I could do with one step. I don’t mind preparing ahead of time but I am needing some suggestions please.
    There are so many variations of the challenge i.e. When to drink the fiber drink, take omegaplex, when to eat fruit, etc. it becomes a bit confusing and discouraging to do the 24 day challenge. I have made this investment in the product and myself for my overall health and I WILL succeed, I just may have a few more grey hairs then when I started…

  • jen enk

    What about pork tenderloin or center cut pork chops?

  • Sandy

    What about popcorn?

    • @Sandy-It’s ok but not the best choice. It’s more helpful to have healthy protein added to your snacks!


  • Kim

    Love your page. Very helpful.

  • Roxanne Hesson

    Love clean healthy eating and good recipe.Liking what I see in your plan.

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