Participants in remedy programs enjoy 21 days with access to fresh produce, prepared meals from local farmers markets, training on how to purchase and prepare meals, as well as ongoing support throughout their journey. At the onset of the program, every participant undergoes an initial medical evaluation from a licensed professional. Three meals a day are provided for all 21 days. A professional local chef coordinates the preparation of each meal and executes it based on the whole-food, plant-based diet.
Farmers markets are engaged in accessing fresh locally-grown fruits and vegetables. Staff and community partners help to facilitate the educational components of the program.
It is these 21-day remedy programs that provide the evidence that a WFPB diet can and will make a difference. Even after the program ends, graduates will have access to support and education and be more comfortable with obtaining fresh, healthy produce. Participants will be actively engaged in changing the course of their health by making better food choices for themselves and their families to reduce medical problems and related financial burdens.