I don’t eat meat, do you have Vegetarian recipes?

We offer an Omnivore or Vegetarian Meal Plans on our 8-Week Program. The Omnivore Meal Plan includes a range of different types of red meat, poultry and seafood as well as a sprinkling of vegetarian meals, while the Vegetarian Meal Plan relies mostly on eggs, nuts, tempeh and legumes for protein sources. We also always offer a dairy-free and gluten-free option where necessary.

Do you have a pescetarian Meal Plan?

Not at this stage. If you follow a pescetarian diet, or just eat white meat and fish, we recommend choosing the Vegetarian Meal Plan and substituting in any meat you like, wherever you see fit. Alternatively, you can choose the Omnivore Meal Plan and substitute any meat you don't eat, with an alternative protein. The Meal Plans are flexible and we encourage you to make changes to suit your needs. 

You will have access to community Forums, the IQS Team and IQS Experts if you are unsure about what substitutions to make. Someone will always be available to help and offer their suggestions.

Is there enough protein?

On average, our meals are roughly 25% protein. If you want to include a few more sources of protein, please feel free to do so. Snacking on high protein foods may help – think about nuts, seeds, eggs, cheese, yoghurt, tempeh, lentils, peas, beans, etc.

If you are planning on swapping a meat for a vegetable, it is important to make sure you are replacing it with complete protein sources that meat naturally contains.

Here are some sources you could think about:

  • Lentils/ chickpeas/ beans with rice or other whole grains.
  • Quinoa
  • Buckwheat
  • Chia
  • Soy (we prefer to use fermented tempeh)
  • Nuts or seeds with whole grains 

Can I have access to both Meal Plans?

Unfortunately, you will have to purchase the omnivore and vegetarian options if you want access to both.

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