John Colston

Reverse Dieting Review: Is It Legit?


Denver, CO -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/29/2014 -- People who are on this Reverse Dieting Review page, they may have heard until now the old advice "eat like a king at breakfast, a prince at lunch, and a pauper at dinner." Reverse Diet founder Tricia Cunningham is not a nutrition or fitness professional - she's just a gal who once weighed about 300 pounds and claims to have succeeded losing 172 pounds in nine months, by streamlining her diet to only healthy foods and - this is the hook - eating her meals in reverse.

Common sense dictates why people consuming their volume of calories in reverse order works - their body is most active and burning most of its calories during the day, so a big breakfast will give them a boost and a foundation for both physical and mental activity. A good lunch will keep them going. People don't need a big dinner in the evening to fuel them because at night - their body slows down and they sleep.

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Cunnigham and her co-author, nutritionist Heidi Skolnik, outline their diet as a three phase plan, each with its own food list. The recommended foods are what people had expect - lean proteins, fruits, vegetables, whole grains - and they are instructed to avoid processed and high sodium foods, refined sugars, alcohol and caffeine. Basically: cut out the junk. There is nothing at all new to this approach save the gimmicky spin the authors put on it - which is eating dinner for breakfast and eating breakfast for dinner. Seriously.

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The meal plans provided by Reverse Dieting eBook suggest menus like Herbed Chicken with a Baked Potato and Steamed Carrots for breakfast, and Tex-Mex Scrambled Eggs for dinner. If users mornings are hectic with prepping for work, school, etc. - they are advised to prepare the big meal the night before. The authors address important issues like improving body image, goals and how to handle weight management stresses like the holidays.

The Reverse Diet Solution is just hokey. It's a gimmicky spin on basic good nutrition and common sense calorie consumption. The Reverse Dieting eBook is available through major outlets and the authors' website, which also features a support group, more recipes and the ability to hire Cunningham as a life coach for an hourly fee.