Beyond Diet Program Review

By on June 25, 2013

Beyond Diet Program-The Best For Your Needs?


Beyond Diet Program Review

Beyond Diet Creator, Isabel De Los Rios

If you’re looking for a new diet, the Beyond Diet Program isn’t for you. In fact, if you’re looking for a new diet plan, you need to stop

looking altogether and look in the mirror instead, asking yourself, “Why do I fail at every diet I try?”

The answer isn’t staring back at you—the answer isn’t you at all.

The truth? Diets don’t work.

More and more healthcare professionals are coming out to declare the simple fact that dieting isn’t an effective way to get healthy or lose weight.

Isabel De Los Rios, a certified nutritionist and exercise specialist with a passion for helping people instill holistic, healthy diet and exercise habits into their everyday lives, developed the Beyond Diet Program to help people like you—who are sick and tired of what De Los Rios calls the “forced starvation” of dieting-change their health for the better, and forever.

This Beyond Diet Program review isn’t going to convince you this is the only program that will work for you. It’s just going to present the facts… and the facts are that dieting doesn’t work, but for the right people, the Beyond Diet lifestyle can!

What Can The Beyond Diet Program Do For Me?

A “good” nutritional plan does a few basic things:

  • Outlines healthy staples to incorporate into your meals
  • Offers alternatives to guilty pleasures like sugar and “bad” fat
  • Identifies lesser-known “bad” foods
  • Helps you develop everyday habits to stay active and eat well
  • Shows ways to develop support systems to help you succeed

Yes, the Beyond Diet Program helps you plan meals. Yes, Beyond Diet tells you which foods to avoid like the plague; in fact, the program gives you insight into certain foods you should never, ever touch.

But it does a lot more than that, too.

Beyond Diet opens your world up to a community of excited, committed people on similar paths toward health. When it comes down to it, no matter how healthy the contents of your pantry might be, or how rigid your exercise routine is, if you’re without a support system in your endeavors to be healthy then you’re destined to fail.


Well, like any health and wellness program, the Beyond Diet Program has restrictions. We’ll go over exactly what those are in a minute but before we do, think about this: What happens when you fall of the health wagon?

One of two things: If you’re going it alone, you’re likely to get discouraged, feel disappointed in yourself, and give up. And once you give up on something—whether it’s losing weight, eating right or getting into the habit of exercising every day—it becomes twice as difficult to convince yourself to get back on the horse and try it again.

At least, that’s the case if you don’t have a support system.

But if you do have a support system like the one in the Beyond Diet Program, you’ll have many other hands extended to help you get back on your feet when you stumble off the healthy path.

Nothing in this life is achieved alone, and that’s what sets this program apart. Within the online community, you’ll be only a couple of clicks away from a slew of tasty, healthy recipes complete with real feedback on what people thought—even if they thought it was gross—and how people changed it up to fit their needs.  The community is there to help revamp the recipe, or boost the motivation of that downtrodden member.

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Not Just A Support System

You’ll also be connected to a wealth of information on why the program includes certain things while excluding others. Instead of a laundry list of what you can and can’t eat, the Beyond Diet site offers education about why things like grains, gluten, and dairy can be difficult for your body to digest, and what tasty alternatives you can try out in your kitchen.

To name a few…

  • Love coffee, but your stomach hates the dairy in creamer? Make your own with three tasty, stomach-friendly ingredients.
  • Spinach and feta turkey burgers? Yes please. Substitute spinach for kale, like one member did, or add a dash of onion powder, like another Beyond Diet member.
  • Try out no-bake, dairy free strawberry cheesecake that one member described as a, “definite keeper” in her recipe repertoire. All the yummy with none of the tummy!

In addition to the recipes and an entire online community, you are given instant access to easy step-by-step instructions and videos so you can get started today.


No Two (Healthy) People Are Alike!

Most importantly, the program acknowledges, through scientific research, that different people have different metabolism types—carb, protein, or a mix of the two—and that your metabolism type can help determine what eating habits will ensure the highest level of overall health. (SOURCE:

Think of it like this—while most health and wellness programs and designed like a glove, fitting some people very well, others only sort of, and everyone else not at all, the Beyond Diet Program is a scarf—wear it however it works for you, and adjust it as your life changes.

So, Is The Beyond Diet Program Right For Me?

The short answer is: Yes.

Are you struggling to lose weight in spite of already eating well? Or maybe you’re trying to improve health, but not worried about your weight. Perhaps you’re prepared to drastically change your lifestyle, or maybe you’d rather incorporate small changes each day to work slowly toward a wholly healthy lifestyle.

Wherever you fall within the spectrum of need, expectation, and commitment level, you can tailor this program for your individual body, and that’s what makes it truly functional.

That Said, Some May Not Find The Success They’re Seeking In The Program:

If you’re overweight to the degree that you’re unable to walk even a few feet, this program may not be soon enough to get yourself into the shape you want. Decide with your doctor if the Beyond Diet Program can be used to supplement other aggressive weight-loss strategies.

If you’re a heavy drinker, this—and most other—programs might pose a challenge as well. Alcohol is essentially empty calories, and a stressor on your physiology, so real weight loss can’t happen until you seriously cut back on your alcohol intake.

Finally, if you’re not willing to realistically make some changes on your life based on this new program, it may not be for you.  You could be a member for as long as you’d like, but if you don’t take advantage of all the great resources available, you won’t see results.

However, if you are ready to make some changes, Beyond Diet does provide a road map and lets you pace yourself along the way to better health.  Its flexibility makes it easy, exciting and effective to incorporate into most people’s lifestyle.

Beyond Diet Can’t Actually Be That Great, Can It?

Well, that depends; If you’re ready to make a big, permanent change to what you put in your body, then yes—it can!

People who stick with the program don’t just look better; they feel better. The community message boards on the Beyond Diet website are packed with posts boasting life-changing success. 

  • “The recipes and reading what people post have really helped me along… I have learned a lot of ways to eat healthier and eat things I still enjoy!!! Thank You so much Beyond Diet. I was 236 when I first changed how I eat I am now at 186!!!”
  • “This is amazing. I eat all day long and have been dropping weight like mad! Every day the scale goes down. This is so easy to do and feels so rewarding at the time you’re doing it!”
  • “Boy has life changed since stumbling upon this site in Feb 2012!! In a couple days I’m heading to London and Dublin with a friend & 50 lbs. lighter (so excited).”
  • “I am proud to say that since April 24th, 2013, to present I am 16 lbs. lighter. My energy is off the charts.”
  • “I am loving this new way of eating, thank you BD!!!! I have lost 11 lbs., I feel and look great!”

How Can I Try It?

Easy. And it’s risk-free, too. Enrolling in the program only takes a few moments and costs just $47—and that $47 is fully refundable within 60 days, no matter the reason. Not working for you? Found a program you like more? Just not feeling it? No problem—you can get a full refund, no questions asked.

To get yourself started on the Beyond Diet Program, follow three simple steps:

  1. Head to
  2. Click, “Get Started Now!” and listen to Isabel’s quick introduction to the Program.
  3. Proceed to the next page with the, “Start Losing Now!” button; pay on her secure site with your credit or debit card. You’re now a member, and you’re one step closer to being your best version you’ve ever been.

Overall Thoughts On Isabel De Los Rios’ Beyond Diet Program:

The research that backs this program is impeccable.  Furthermore, the online community, food guides, weight-tracking guides, supporting videos, and so many other features make it a tremendous interactive experience not found in other weight-loss programs.

If you’re looking for the complete package for your weight-loss goals, look no further than this program.

As this program continues to gain in popularity, it’s not possible to guarantee how long it will be at its current price.  Click here to order now.

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PS: Thinking you might like it, but want to know more? 

Leave your thoughts/questions in the comment section below.


About Michael Tremba

Dr. Michael Tremba, once severely overweight himself, has studied to distinguish the truth about weight loss, and the shocking mis-information that's taught to us by many "trusted" groups. Through the techniques that have helped him regain his health, he shares uncommon tools to help anyone else desiring to lose weight to live the life they're meant to. He enjoys reading, exercising, travelling, and spending time with his wife, Shari in Mobile, Alabama Find me on Twitter, Google+ and let's connect on LinkedIn.


  1. Brian

    December 27, 2013 at 11:50 am


    It seems to me this program really stresses whole organic foods. Can this program work for me if I live in a small town with little access to organic foods?

    • Tremba Michael

      December 27, 2013 at 1:31 pm

      Yes it can, Brian.

      Organic would still be the preferable choice, but eating non-organic foods discussed in the program can show a drastic improvement
      toward losing weight when compared to people eating the standard Western diet.

  2. Ann

    May 24, 2014 at 10:33 am

    I am very interested but wonder if there are “hard copies” of the program available. I understand this is virtual and all information can be accessed on line, but I would prefer to have a recipe book and other actual books in my possession. This is the only thing holding me back right now. Thanks

    • Michael Tremba

      May 25, 2014 at 8:00 am

      Thanks for your inquiry, Ann. I do understand your desire to have them on hard copy. At the moment, however, it is entirely a downloadable program without the hardcopy option. However, you’re always welcome to check back in the future to see if that’s changed :)

  3. Spring

    September 20, 2014 at 4:57 pm

    Are the foods on this plan exchangeable within their food groups? In other words, for a breakfast would I have a choice of proteins to chose from and or a choice of fruit? I have found so many meal plans always have food I plain do not like.. can’t afford or never have heard of ;)

    • Michael Tremba

      September 21, 2014 at 4:26 pm

      To answer your question, yes, there are many interchangeable foods to choose from within each of the groups (carbs, protiens, fats) for either breakfast, lunch, and dinner options (even dessert, too).
      For instance, Isabel’s breakfasts are a pretty wide variety between nuts, eggs, meats, fruits, healthy fats, and more.
      Finally, if you got into the program, and weren’t totally satisified with the options available, the money-back guarantee removes any risk to you.
      Hope this helps-all the best :)

  4. Lisa

    October 21, 2014 at 3:32 pm

    I am diabetic. Will this plan work for me so I don’t have the highs and lows
    Thank you

    • Michael Tremba

      October 21, 2014 at 6:17 pm

      Not knowing the specifics about your condition, I can’t give you medical advice, but on the other hand, many women who have had diabetes have reported a decrease in highs and lows, toward a much more stable blood sugar level.
      Best wishes to you, Lisa :)

  5. Leigh

    December 28, 2014 at 12:47 pm

    I am wondering if the Beyond Diet would be the type of diet that is being vaguely recommended to me to follow. Around thanksgiving I came down with severe pain around my liver and felt terrible. I have lupus and have been on steroids, methotrexate, and imuran,among other meds. They diagnosed me with Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and told me no Tylenol, no wine, no fatty foods, and that I could not come off any of my medications. I weigh around 185…have a huge sweet tooth..and live off of a disability income. Do you think it would help and be affordable?

    • Michael Tremba

      December 28, 2014 at 4:06 pm

      Very difficult question to answer, Leigh…especially with the strength of the drugs you’re on. If I were you, I’d get as much info as I could from, and discuss it specifically with your doctor.
      All the best.

  6. kay

    January 26, 2015 at 2:58 am

    I don’t cook and don’t plan to make much of the recipes. I’m very interested in the program but I’m just not sure it’ll work for me if I don’t use every aspect of it. Are the foods recommended easy to purchase without having to cook? I also read your responses to Spring and Brian (above), and that helped. However, I still feel like I may need a “food for dummies guide” lol

    • Michael Tremba

      January 26, 2015 at 2:27 pm

      Thanks for inquiring, Kay.
      Although the program has a degree of flexibility, and the meals are fairly easy to prepare, that aspect (food preparation) is something you would need to do if you wanted to see success in the program. She shares many creative ideas to help make meal prep easier, but again, I’d be less than truthful if I didn’t say they’d require some degree of work for you to prepare.
      Hope this helps.

  7. gloria

    August 1, 2016 at 8:55 pm

    I have severe, chronic Crohn’s Disease and I’ve had two bowel resectionings. Now also suffer from Short Bowel Syndrome and have many foods I am unable to digest. But still overweight (taking high doses of Prednisone) plus other medications. Could this work for me?

    • Michael Tremba

      August 13, 2016 at 4:11 pm

      Although I’d recommend you speak with your primary care provider first, I believe this could be one of your best chances of getting real, non-inflammatory, whole foods into your body in order to help you heal.
      Best wishes to you.

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