Try 28 Days of Healthy Meals with Your Flatmate

by iROOMit Team
15 March 2022
7 min read

Healthy eating program designed to cut out different food groups — as well as alcohol— that many folks could possibly be allergic to, like dairy and gluten. It helps you discover what works for your personal body and what doesn’t,” says Jane a 27-year-old digital director living in Toronto, who chose the program to help her detox and feel better.

“After putting on way too much weight from one too many nights out drinking and battling terrible stomach issues every single meal, I knew I had to make a change. I was really unhappy with how I looked, even though I exercised constantly. . It’s a lifestyle change that you make for 40 days and then shape it to work for the rest of your life. I eat everything now, with the exception of dairy, and have managed to lose 20 pounds in the past year!”

Jane and her eating with her flatmate tales:

“It would have been absolutely near impossible to do it without an accountability partner! We didn’t keep any unhealthy food in the house, so we were both able to avoid any temptation,” says Tigar.

“We also decided to do it in January because it’s cold and there’s nothing really going on. Everyone’s burnt out from the holidays and many people do ‘Dry January.’ Having my flatmate Christina by my side to split groceries with and vent to when I really, really (really!) wanted a glass of wine was a lifesaver.”

From The Bottom, Now They’re Here:

“Martha and I created a hidden Pinterest board where we pinned recipes. We’d email each week about dishes we wanted to try, and we would go grocery shopping together. I had a sinking feeling that dairy was giving me issues, so I cut out dairy right after Christmas, even though we didn’t technically start Whole30 until January.” Having a social life and going to restaurants tested me. It’s so hard to go out with your friends and not join them for drinks. Though it was hard, it was so helpful doing it with Christina — we were never the only ones sober!”


A Healthy Lifestyle With Your Flatmate Program

“A Healthy Lifestyle is kind of like a healthier version of paleo in the sense that it eliminates grains and focuses on fat consumption. There’s more to it than just the whole ‘hunter and gatherer’ thing,” says Wayne, a 25-year-old Blogger, and editor based in Ottawa Canada , who chose the program specifically to help her kick carbs.“It’s low-carb while focusing on giving your body and brain a lot of nutrient-rich fats. Basically, you teach your body to use fat instead of carbohydrates as your main source of energy. I’ve been low-carb since my teens because it’s easy to keep up long-term. But then my flatmates told me about the negative effects low-carb bread, pasta, and fake sugar can have on the body. It made me want to take it a step further and not only eat low-carb but also make sure the food I was eating was healthy and clean.”

Co-living Partner-in-lifestyle:

“My flatmate was doing a paleo diet but was having a tough time keeping up with it. I was doing low-carb but eating all of this fake sugar and bad stuff for my body. Then we found out about Bulletproof and decided to go for it together. Teamwork makes the dream work!”

Started From the Bottom, Now They’re Here:

“It was really easy because I was already on the low-carb regimen. It was just about being more conscious about the ingredients and quality of food I was putting in my body.“The diet isn’t hard! The only thing is you can’t have any pasteurized milk, so I’ve started drinking my coffee black. Also, you’re encouraged not to drink. Giving up alcohol was hard, but it was so worth it,” concludes Engle.


The 28 Day Habit Eating With Your Flatmate Program

 “The 28 Day habit fix provides 28 days of 30-minute exercises including upper and lower body, pilates, yoga, plyometrics, cardio, and core. During this time, you’re also following a nutritional guide that takes the guesswork out of counting calories and teaches you how to consume healthy portions to fuel your body. You’re given containers of various sizes that represent each food group: fruits, vegetables, carbs, healthy fats, proteins, and seeds/dressings. Based on your caloric intake and output, you’re designated a container bracket to fill up throughout the day,” says Lindsay , a 28-year-old health and fitness coach from Southern Ontario,

“I’ve always been super into health and fitness but was never able to stick with something that gave me continually desired results."

Co-living Partner-in-lifestyle:

“My flatmate’s extremely healthy, fit, and shares the same vegetarian diet I do. We’d meal prep together on Sundays to prepare for the busy week ahead. When you do a program like this with your flatmate or a family member, friend or partner, it’s more enjoyable because you have someone to share your journey with and you can hold one another accountable.”

From the Bottom, Now They’re Here:

“First, you get rid of all the junk food in your house to avoid temptation. Then, once you receive your The 28 Day habit package in the mail, you look at the food lists for each container and go grocery shopping to fill them up!”“My biggest challenge was when my flatmate wanted to go out to a party or dinner. It’s been hard to eat at restaurants and follow the 21 Day Fix plan—but not impossible. Ordering a salad and telling them to hold the dressing or mixed vegetables without salt or butter are good options.”

The Pre Game Fit Clean Eating With Your Flatmate Program

is the only workout and nutrition guide (that I’ve ever come across) that’s specifically designed with college students in mind. It isn’t intimidating or overwhelming — instead, it teaches you how to integrate healthy living into your life while still having a so-called “authentic” college experience,” vouches Marissa Rosati, a 20-year-old college student from Winthrop, MA, who picked the program because of its flexibility.“I was originally inspired to do PreGame Fit because I was looking for a way to fit healthy living and fitness into my hectic schedule. Between classes, work, and socializing, I was looking for a way to dedicate enough time to my health and wellness goals.”


Co-living Partner-in-Crime:

“I didn’t need a gym membership with PreGame Fit, meaning I could do strength workouts in my flat. It was so easy for my flatmate and me to do the exercises together. We held each other accountable and motivated each other to complete the workouts and follow the nutrition guide. And it was super fun to do the strength workouts while watching ‘Pretty Little Liars!’”

From the Bottom, Now They’re Here:

“That’s the best thing about this program — I didn’t have to prepare for it! While the workouts became progressively harder throughout the program, they were all were doable. I love how the program was able to accommodate all of my flatmates’ fitness levels because you can customize the strength workouts to fit your level of fitness.”

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