Frequently Asked Questions
Eat Clean with April course
The Eat Clean with April nutrition course and challenge run every 3 months. The first course launches in October 2019 and the next will be January 2020.
Once you have paid the full fee, you will get to keep your Eat Clean with April course material and healthy meal plans for 6 months.
Unfortunately, no. The course is a one-off payment which should be made in full before you get started.
You don’t need to have a Facebook account, but it helps! Challengers on the course use the private Facebook page for accountability and motivation — it’s a great way to stay on track.
#LifestyleChangeWithApril fitness programs
Absolutely — we have members from over 25 countries on the program and we are making it work. All communications are virtual and we are readily available to respond to any question.
No, we will guide you on getting fit at home. No gym membership is required!
Our programs are first-come, first-served, so when all spots have been taken, you will need to wait until the next one! We give group coaching, so can only take a small number of clients each month.
If your goals are not achieved within your chosen program, existing members are able to renew for 12 weeks until their goals are reached. Otherwise, you can opt out at the end of your program and continue on your own.
You’ll receive a payment confirmation email, with a link to a lifestyle questionnaire. We’ll use your answers to find out more about your current lifestyle, eating patterns, body measurements, and nutritional history, so you get the best start possible.
Once we have your completed questionnaire, we’ll contact you with information on your start date. We will also create your healthy meal plan with recipes that are family friendly. You’ll receive your healthy meal plan via email, with a follow up from our support team to begin your fitness journey.
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If you become pregnant during the course of your health and fitness program, we advise that you stop and move to the nursing program after your delivery.