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I’m challenging you to eat one meal-sized salad every day for 5 days. Are you in for the 5 Day Salad Challenge?

In case you’re new around here, I’m Brittany, founder of Eating Bird Food and the #saladeveryday movement. One of my go-to tips for eating healthier and helping my body reset in a gentle way is to have at least one BIG salad per day.

5 Day Salad Challenge with Eating Bird Food

I don’t just have the hashtag for fun, I truly do eat one salad every day. I am getting in a variety of fruits and veggies, getting enough fiber, and maintaining a healthy weight. After seeing what an impact salads had on my life, I started encouraging others in my life to do the same! Enter: this 5 day salad challenge.

The goal of this challenge is simple: eat one meal-sized salad every day for 5 days. It can be for breakfast, lunch, or dinner and it doesn’t matter what type of salad it is, as long as it’s healthy! Sign up for this FREE challenge today and get:

  • 5-Day Clean Eating Meal Plan with a salad for each day (feel free to follow the meal plan or simply use it for inspiration)
  • Grocery Shopping List with everything you need for the 5-Day Meal Plan (besides snacks)
  • 10 Recipes (3 salads + 7 additional breakfast/dinner ideas)
  • How To Build a Meal-Sized Salad guide
  • Access to my exclusive Salad Everyday Facebook Group

I don’t want to this to feel overwhelming so there’s no obligation to make all the recipes I recommend or have a completely different salad each day. I want to give suggestions, but I know that some people will have dietary restrictions or simply won’t have time to make all the recipes. No worries! Make this challenge your own.

Here are the basic guidelines:

  • Have one meal-sized salad every day for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
  • Your salad must have tons of veggies, a good source of protein and a healthy fat. <–I share tips for making a meal-sized salad in the guidebook you get when you sign up!
  • Your salad doesn’t necessarily have to have a base of lettuce or greens, although it certainly can.
  • Share your salad creations via social media using the hashtags #saladeveryday and #eatingbirdfood. Don’t forget to tag me so that I see the post!
Pages from the Salad Challenge PDF grouped together.

Start your 5 Day Salad Challenge anytime you’d like! Just fill in your name and email address below to get your free guidebook and start the challenge:

Sign up here!

Are you in for the salad challenge? Let me know in the comment section! 

About Brittany

Hey there, I’m Brittany, the creator of Eating Bird Food, cookbook author, health coach and mama of two littles. Here you’ll find quick and easy recipes that make healthy fun and enjoyable for you and your family!

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  1. Yay!!! I’m in! Such a great way to get over a “I can’t see just salad anymore”-period!

  2. I am totally up for this challenge. I need to eat ore salads. My only thought is I’d like to replace the meats with beans and wonder if that would be fine?

    1. Hi Marry. Yes, please feel free to replace the seafood or meat with beans. That will work perfectly!

  3. I’m in! I’ve been in a salad rut – I usually eat a big one everyday for lunch anyways – so this seems like a good way to get some recipe inspiration and switch it up.

  4. I love this idea! I would have no problem eating a salad for a meal every day when they look as good as these do. The Kale and Cabbage Pad Thai Salad has my name written all over it!

  5. going to be travelling during this time but sounds like a good way to get back on track after the holiday!!

    1. You can totally still do it while traveling! Almost every restaurant has a salad option. 🙂

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  7. Great idea! I’m traveling for about half the challenge, but have access to some good salad bars. Keep eating clean!

  8. This is such a good idea! Especially over the summer when it’s (hopefully!) hot and all I want to do is eat salad anyway

    1. That’s exactly why I planned the challenge for this month! I hope you’ll join in on the fun. 🙂

  9. I’m in and got a kickstart by having a big arugula and quinoa salad last night!! Can’t wait!

  10. This is a great idea! Even if you can’t make each and every salad during the challenge you can still use this as a recipe reference! The Grilled Salmon and the Guacamole salad look mouthwatering!

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  11. My mom and I are going to do this the week of July 25th! I am so excited and can’t wait to recreate these salads!

    1. Ahhh!!! This is awesome. Can’t wait to hear what you and your mama think of the salads!! <3