The 30-Day Nutrition Upgrade™ is a simple but highly effective way to reshape your eating habits and upgrade your nutrition, using the Nutrition GPA app.
Participants in the 30-Day Nutrition Upgrade report:
Instead of tracking every single thing you eat, you’ll log into my Nutrition GPA smartphone app once a day and answer 10 yes-or-no questions about what you ate.
The app will calculate your
grade for the day.
The Nutrition GPA can also be accessed from a computer or tablet.
You’ll also see the average of your scores over time–and be able to see clearly the tweaks you need to make to improve your Nutrition GPA.
Quick-start Video Orientation. I’ll introduce you to the science behind the Nutrition GPA and how to get the most out of your 30-Day Upgrade. (You'll get instant access as soon as you sign up.)
Your two-minute daily diet assessment using my Nutrition GPA app. You’ll answer 10 questions each day in the app (ranked one of the "Top 4 Food Tracking Apps" by The New York Times).
Daily encouragement. Each day throughout the 30 day challenge, you'll get emails from me with answers to frequently asked questions, strategies to help you succeed and easy recipe and meal-planning ideas.
Tons of extras to dive deeper. You’ll receive a library of resources that digs into the science behind your Nutrition GPA, plus practical tips and recipes to help you make changes to your diet.
Live ongoing support. Access to our private Facebook community for life! Ask me questions and get advice and support from current participants and alumni.
“The upgrade has changed my life! I feel more energy and less brain fog, I have lost 3 pounds, decreased my sugar intake (without feeling deprived). The program helps me to make better choices on a more consistent basis. This is amazing.”
“I’m loving the program! Feeling great and so psyched to be making sustainable changes rather than embarking on yet another intense, radical, short-term overhaul that ends up fizzling out.”
“This program helped me to remember that eating healthful food is not a punishment, and eating occasional "treats" is perfectly fine. And if I have days where I make poorer eating choices, it doesn't make me a bad person.”
“This program provided daily accountability and flexibility. It’s just what I needed to help me make better choices NOW instead of the elusive tomorrow. I’ve lost five pounds and I feel proud of my eating choices at the end of most days.”
A. There are no forbidden foods in this program and the goal is not to get a “perfect” score every day. The more healthy choices you make, the more room there is for a little indulgence. The goal is to find a healthy sustainable balance between the two.
A. Here’s what one of the participants from September’s group told me:
“I wasn’t sure that the program would be worth it to me because I eat pretty well already. But the program revealed a couple of “blind spots” that I had about my diet. I did end up improving my diet and it was a very enjoyable process.”
A. The challenge is based on ten aspects of your daily diet for which you earn/lose points. Vegetarians and vegans have a slight advantage in that they presumably will never lose points for eating cured or processed meats! But that still leaves 9 other aspects to work on. We have had vegetarians do the program in the past with great success (and I’m a about 90% vegetarian myself!)
A. The program is delivered entirely online. As soon as you register, I will send you an email with everything you need. You can watch the video orientation at your convenience on your computer, phone, or tablet. You'll also get instructions for accessing the Nutrition GPA as well as access to our private Facebook support group. Not a Facebook user? No problem. Each day throughout the 30 days, you'll also get emails from me with tips and suggestions for getting the most out of the program. Questions? You can post them in our private group or email me.
A. We have folks participating from UK, Europe, Middle East, and Australia! There are no specific products or brands involved. The challenge focuses on entire food groups. As long are there are vegetables, nuts, and so on where you live, you’ll have what you need! And although there’s not a lot of measuring involved, when I do offer guidance on portion sizes, I always provide metric equivalents.
Hi! I’m Monica Reinagel. I’m a licensed nutritionist with a Master’s of Science in Human Nutrition. I’m the host of the super-popular podcast The Nutrition Diva, where I help you sort food facts from fiction.
I’m a regular guest on shows like the TODAY show, Doctor Oz show, and NPR’s Morning Edition, and I’ve written a handful of books, including Nutrition Diva’s Secrets for a Healthy Diet.
Oh, and I’m a trained chef! My mission is to make eating healthy a little bit easier and a whole lot saner.
Enroll today and the program costs just $34! and a commitment to make small changes each day.
In return, you get a lifetime of better nutrition and healthier eating habits.