EXPLAINED: Reverse Diets

May 04, 2022

I want to clarify something. A reverse diet is NOT a diet.

It’s a post-diet plan. 

The ONLY post-diet plan.

Anything else is…not going to work!

After being in a deficit and losing some weight, your assignment is to increase your daily food intake, over time, to raise your metabolism. This way, your body will adjust to its new composition AND you’ll be able to eat more food.

This means less restriction, more nutrition, and healthier, more sustainable results for the long haul.

Ultimately you want to reverse so you can get to maintenance and…

  • Increase metabolic rate
  • Avoid rapid weight gain
  • Maintain fat loss
  • Increase energy
  • Improve hunger cues
  • Promote gym gains
  • Improve cognitive function
  • Improve libido

All good stuff!

I’ll be honest with you. Dieting isn’t easy.

It’s irritating to say no to foods you love, it’s frustrating to have to log and measure, and it’s definitely disappointing when you have to choose this, not that.

But them’s the breaks, sis.

And that’s why most women can’t maintain their results. Because they feel like they must stay in the deficit forever to maintain their results, can’t actually do it, end up eating all the things, then gain it all back.


Vicious-ass cycle.


But, when you have a plan for after the diet, ie: a reverse plan, you learn how to begin incorporating more food and balancing out your lifestyle so you can maintain your results in the long term.


And that’s the only way it’s gonna work. 

  1. Diet
  2. Reverse
  3. Maintain and Build 


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