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Reverse Health Review: Another Menopause Diet

This review contains my professional opinion about Reverse Health 

Reverse Health Review: Another Menopause Diet

A ton of you have asked me to do a Reverse Health review, so I’ve finally done it.

Reverse Health Review: Another Menopause Diet

At first glance, Reverse Health seems very similar to other programs I’ve reviewed, namely Klinio and Beyond Body. I was surprised that this program wasn’t from the same company, Kilo Health. 

Reverse Health Review: Another Menopause Diet

Reverse Health is meant for menopausal women, the new target for the ever-predatory wellness and weight loss industries. I’m immediately suspicious about any weight loss program that’s specifically for menopausal women. Most of them entail unhealthy calorie restriction, ridiculous ‘rules,’ and are generally unsustainable.

Reverse Health Review: Another Menopause Diet

Reverse Health makes the following commonly made claims:

Reverse Health Review: Another Menopause Diet

Sounds good? We’ll see.

Reverse Health Review: Another Menopause Diet

How does Reverse Health work?

I actually signed up and paid for Reverse Health to see what it’s all about. It kills me to give these people money, but here we are.

Reverse Health Review: Another Menopause Diet

The program starts with a 20-question quiz that’s the same standard nutrition app quiz that I’ve seen so many times. It asks obvious questions like height, weight, and goal weight, whether you have any food allergies, and your physical activity level.

It also asks whether you have any existing health issues, but I noticed that it doesn’t include ‘eating disorders’ as a choice. And yes, I always look for that.

Two of the questions weren’t actually questions at all – they were slides promoting Reverse Health, lest you take the quiz and decide not to sign up for the program.

One showed before and after photos of a woman in a red bikini with the title “Typical body transformation our active members experience: on average our members have an extra 9kg to lose”. This is approximately 20 lbs.

The other slide read that the “program authors are certified dietitians, health coaches, physiotherapists with extensive experience in weight loss”. 

The co-founders of Reverse Health are Matt Jones and Monika (whose last name eludes me). 

Matt calls himself a ‘sports and exercise nutritionist.’  The term nutritionist is not protected…

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