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Revival Health

The Revival program claims to drop pounds and revive beauty.

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The results won't come easy nor overnight, but they'll definitely be worth waiting for. The Revival Slim & Beautiful Diet, created by son-mother team Dr. Aaron Tabor and Suzanne Tabor, says most users see weight loss of nearly 30 pounds in 16 weeks. That's just four months to a slimmer, more beautiful body.

It's a comprehensive plan promising weight loss, newfound beauty through healthier looking skin, hair and nails, and restored energy, making it easier to deal with the affects of PMS and menopause.

The Revival Diet is soy-centered, based on Dr. Tabor's soy supplements like Revival Soy. Originally sold to women struggling to maintain hormone health, Revival Soy is now being promoted as a key weight loss solution. You will manage calories and use the supplement to help you achieve the weight and beauty goals you've set for yourself.

The Revival program does strike some correlations with the Perricone Prescription, except this will have you adhere to a diet rich in soy protein. Of course, you'll yield more successful results if you follow the Revival Diet closely. Most important is decreasing in-bound energy (calories) and increasing out-bound energy (exercise). By countering the amount of calories you're consuming with exercise, you'll burn off more weight.

Revival Diet followers usually see results well past the 16-week point, and they don't have the mid-way plateau of most diets.

The Revival Soy site and book offer a wealth of information, as well as an online market to purchase many of their soy foods - all backed with a "100% Great Taste Guarantee."

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The site is the only place to find these fine soy supplements for the Revival Diet:

Soy Bars - Offering low-glycemic index, 500mg of calcium, 5 grams of fiber, plus they're trans-fat free and Kosher. You'll find one to quench your craving with eight different flavors like Apple Cinnamon Celebration, Marshmallow Krunch and Chocolate Raspberry Zing.

Soy Shakes - Each offering 20 grams of soy protein, low-glycemic index and 600mg of calcium. The protein shakes are available in low-carb and nine tempting flavors like Strawberry Smile, Cappuccino Comfort and Just Peachy!

Soy Pasta - A heart-healthy choice with 25 percent less carbohydrates than regular pasta, but all the flavor, 8g of soy protein and four popular varieties like Angel Hair and Penne.

Soy Protein Chips - Don't give up flavor or crunch! These delicious baked chips offer 7g of Soy Protein, no trans-fats and 70 percent less fat than your typical store brands. Best of all, there are 11 craveable varieties to choose from, like Lightly Salted Sunshine, Salsa Sass, Rev-it-Up Ranch, and Sour Cream-N-Onion Dream.


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The Revival Diet is basically a calorie-controlled diet with supplemental soy-based foods. If you adhere to it closely simple math says you will lose weight. Just realize you won't be on Revival products all you life.

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Philip Johnston

I the soy in these bars and shakes fermented?

posted Apr 26th, 2017 4:46 pm


Great products that work

posted Jan 6th, 2017 4:48 pm

Sandra Davis


How much sodium is in the revival slim & beautiful diet? Any other nutritional info would be appreciated: cal How much sodium is in the shakes? I have congestive heart failure and have to watch my sodium intake very carefully. I am using "the Revival Slim & Beautiful diet".

posted Mar 28th, 2012 9:40 pm


Is so much soy good for you? Also, I have type 2 diabetes. Can I use this diet? Are there whey products instead of the soy in this program.

thanks, ejones

posted Aug 11th, 2011 9:28 am


I see there is a lot of sugar in the milk shakes and the bars. isn't that much sugar not healthy. Thank you

posted May 8th, 2011 7:24 pm


I have used Revival Soy products on and off now for about 3 yrs. When I originally started I weighted in at 220lbs and had tried everything. I started using the products because of the benefits of soy and quickly learned that it had weightloss benefits as well. Within 1 month I had already dropped close to 10lbs. Within 2 months (and averaging close to 1 pound per day) I was loosing weight faster than I could blink my eyes! I was astonished at the results and I never lifted a finger to excercise (Not recommended, see below). After close to 5 months I was squeezing it into a size 12 (from a size 20). Most of my neighbors thought I was sick because of the rapid lose but I felt great! I made it to 145lbs and decided to take a break because you can get to much of a good thing. I won't lie, of course I gained some weight back. But after 3 yrs I have only gained up to 160 (and I quit smoking). I still use the products on and off.

Side Note: Oviously because they are soy based products they have the "bean" effect. But a little beano before eating the bars/shakes helps with the bloating and gas. Also be sure to get your daily vitamins and FIBER or you will be MISERABLE! Oh, almost forgot, when I said I never exercised I'm not joking! Now that being said I wish I would have because when you drop weight that fast your skin tends to hang....SIT UPS and SQUATS are your friend when on this diet. Good luck and Best Wishes :)

posted May 11th, 2010 7:54 pm



The whey protein is fine, but too much processed soy is not good for you. It is in far too many products already. Soybeans have to go through a long chemical process just to make them edible. And please don't tell me about all the healthy Chinese. They don't eat processed soybeans, they eat fermented soy. There are far too many health risks for me to ever eat soy. Pregnant women should not eat anything with processed soy in it as it can cause some birth defects because soy mimics estrogen.

posted Mar 15th, 2010 1:30 pm



I like it ONLY because it's simple and the bars/shakes do taste good. However, I have not lost the amount of weight I'd like to lose and I've been on this diet for over 6 months now. I think many of the people who lost more weight did more exercise and since I work 2 jobs, I have found a regular exercise routine hard to do. I do walk when the weather is good. However, I like the diet because it helps with the hot flashes of menopause. But, for me, I have only lost about 8 pounds since starting it. So, I'm on the fence about recommending it to others.

posted Dec 15th, 2009 10:53 am

Doctor Miller


As a medical doctor, I find it refreshing to find a diet that is actually proven to work! Dr. Tabor's diet helped me tremendously.

posted Apr 5th, 2009 9:43 pm



My boyfriend and I have been following the Soy & Whey protein diet we read about in the First magazine for about nine months now. He's lost 70lbs and I have lost 35lbs! Yes it sounds great but for me it fluctuates constantly =( We are both at a plateau and have no idea what to do about it.....Should we continue or do something else? I can say I have felt better than I have in a long time my energy level is at its best, I have a "glow" to my skin that is a plus. This diet has been the most successful I've ever tried. My fear is that if I try something else or take a "break" from it will I start back at one....Wish me luck!

posted Oct 10th, 2008 11:21 pm


The above flavors mentioned in the article are from the original line of soy products. The diet line of products have names like choc little black dress (shake) or Choc Peanut Haute Couture (bar)...the vitamins you speak of are called the Gorgeous Roses Beauty Vitamins and when speaking with one of the sales reps she advised me that if you already take a good multi-vitamin you really dont need those (plus they are VERY expensive 90.00 if on auto-ship or 120.00 if your not on their autoship). Most of the diet line is set up on packages (guess the reps get some sort of kick-back)..The most expensive package consist of a 30-day supply of bars and/or shakes, Vitamins, copy of the diet book they sell and a 30-day supply of the nibbles...Cost 270.00 per month if your on the auto-ship or 370.00 if your not....the cheapest package is 90.00 (autoship) or 120.00 (not auto-ship). It only has a 15 day supply of bars and/or shakes and a copy of the book.

posted Mar 23rd, 2008 6:53 pm


I have tried the Revival Diet in the past couple of months. The whey protein bars are very chewy so people with expensive dental work should opt for the shakes (which consist of about 400 calories if mixed with skim milk). The soy protein bars just didn't taste good enough for me. The soy shakes are very gritty however I can deal with it. The whey protein shakes are pretty good. Choc Little Black Dress is my fav. (when they can keep it in stock) The down side...constipation, bloating (you are eating a bean product) and still a little hungry. You can have 2-100 cal snacks per day so I have the "nibbles" protein chips, pretty good but just not enough to really fill me up. Revival also has another line that consist of soy products only. They are less expensive and lower in calories. I have opted for the original soy line myself. I didnt loose any weight with the Revival Diet however have lost 25lbs in the past 2 months using the original line.

posted Mar 23rd, 2008 6:53 pm


Hey I read about this in a magazine and one lady had lost 421 lbs. She made her own shakes though with soy milk, whey protein powder, and she ate fruit as her 2 snacks then her one low fat meal. I started her diet 3 days ago and feel better already!

posted Mar 18th, 2008 9:01 am


I looked at the nutritional info on all the products & at sample meals in First magazine, & it seems just like the Zone diet. Every products is close to 30-40-30, like balance bars, etc. Only you have shakes & bars instead of Zone-d breakfasts & lunches. You take 9 vitamin pills per day. My Mom & I are gonna try it.


I'm not sure if this is the Revival Diet. None of the flavors sound like the ones I tryed.


Any other info?


Yeah, I'd need more info on revival before I could make a decision.


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