Independent review on Isagenix Shake Meal Replacement, IsaLean
Isagenix’s “meal replacement shake” basically claims you can have lean muscles, lose weight, and dieting has nothing to do with it. Isagenix International, makers of the shake product, also claims clinical studies to back their claims.
Isagenix International LLC is a multi-level marketing company that markets dietary supplements and personal care products. Based in Gilbert, Arizona, the company was founded in 2002 by John Anderson, Jim Coover, and Kathy Coover.
Product Claims & Description
Isagenix has several products, and this review will focus on its weight-loss shake, their most popular variant. The claim is that IsaLean Shake is a nutritious balanced meal replacement that’s clinically tested to promote effective and healthy weight loss.
Contents, Ingredients, and Usage
It has natural ingredients with no artificial flavors, colors, or sweeteners that provide amino acids, active enzymes, and trace minerals. It’s taken as a replacement meal, any time of the day.
|Years in the market||Isagenix supplements have been around for nearly two decades.|
|Selling & distribution||Isagenix is sold through MLM, direct selling, and by ordering the product online. It is not available in local stores.|
|Doctor recommendation||There have been a few medical experts who support their claim, but we find the endorsement negligible.|
|Awards or citation||Not available.|
|True to its claims||Based on several testimonies, yes, it may work.|
|Availability||Available in few countries only.|
|Users and demographics||Users are mostly women in the USA, Canada, Australia, and Singapore.|
|Pricing||For example, a nine-day cleansing program retails for $260, while a 30-day cleanse is $490.|
|Money back guarantee||30-Days|
Isagenix product review as of December 2020
Isagenix boasts of many testimonies of people who actually lost weight by taking their product. However, to ascertain if this was total because of the shake or diet combined cannot be determined.
|Trust Pilot||54 Reviews with 3.7 Stars|
|Better Business Bureau (BBB)||20 Complaints|
|Amazon Review||1,165 Rating with 4.5 Stars as of December 2020|
“What started with 1 marathon has, 4 years later, transitioned into 100lbs lost, with Isagenix products helping her achieve her goals.” (Read her full story in @MadameNoire )
HIGH 5.0 out of 5 stars: “I’ve used meal replacement shakes for years due to my busy schedule. Prior to trying Isagenix I exclusively used Shakeology. The newest price increase, outrageous shipping… caused me to hit the drawing board once again…” (Reviewed in the United States, January 13, 2019).
LOW 1.0 out of 5 stars: “I have to say I am extremely disappointed. It was not cheap… I followed the instructions, 2 scoops in 8 oz. Coldwater. It tasted so bland that I could barely take a full drink...” (Reviewed in the United States, January 24, 2019).
BOTTOMLINE: Does this product really work?
Losing weight is subjective. With a product hype, excitement to become fit through exercise, and by watching calories, surely one will lose weight.
Likewise, if you remove any processed food from your diet, you will have “nutritional cleansing” to rid the body of any potentially harmful impurities.
The truth is, you do not need any supplement to cleanse your body or undergo a detoxification ritual. Water, fasting, and not eating meat can do the job.
The point is, you can do this on your own without a subscription to meal replacement if you are a disciplined person.