RevItUP! for Life is a program that approaches wellness by looking at metabolism first – HOW the body works-and WHY the traditional way of “doing diets” isn’t enough. Learn to take control of your health and wellness by changing the foundation from which you make health choices, using food, fluid and fitness challenges that build on each other each week. These four “F’s”, Foundation, Food, Fluid and Fitness, are the four principles upon which the RevItUP! for Life program builds. Begin trusting your body’s own fuel gauge, using a unique way of thinking about your health and fuel choices. Lose the food and fitness guilt, and gain self confidence in your ability to live well. Understand why your body works the way it does and how to help it work more effectively. Take ownership of your health choices and the changes your body, and mind, are capable of making. RevItUP! is the driver’s manual for your health, full of step-by-step guidelines, suggested tools, and encouraging reminders to keep your body well-tuned for life.

What RevItUP! Alumni are Saying...

  • “RevItUP! is a more realistic and natural approach to changing my eating habits instead of a ‘rigid denial’ or chemical driven method like so many others. I also like the concept of the challenges, allowing me to focus on one aspect of change at a time.”

    - Julie
  • “RevItUP! has taught me that there is a smart way to eat those foods I love and not feel guilty. It’s also taught me to exercise smarter, too!”

    - Mary
  • “With all the gimmick and fad diets out there, this is actually a wellness program that doesn’t make me feel deprived or that I’m on a diet.”

    - J.D.
  • “Because of what I learned from RevItUP!, I was able to apply the principles even while I was pregnant. I ate healthy (with the exception of just a few cravings!) and only gained 25 pounds during my entire pregnancy.”

    - Nikki

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