Pros And Cons Of Isagenix (High Protein, Tastes Good, But…)

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Is all the talk about the benefits of Isagenix leading you to consider giving it a try? The reviews on Isagenix are mixed, leaving many of us wondering if it’s really as good (or as bad) as we hear.

The Isagenix line offers different products to be used as energy boosters, weight loss drinks, meal replacements and cleanses for flushing toxins from the body. They are made by Isagenix International, LLC, which has been in operation since 2002. Although their products were once distributed mostly through direct sales you can now purchase them from various retailers including Amazon.

I’ll help you sort through more Isagenix facts below, looking closely at the pros, cons and other information provided by actual Isagenix users. By the end of my review, you’ll be able to decide if Isagenix is right for you.

Criteria For A Great Weight Loss And Wellness System

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A healthy weight loss system needs to not only help she pounds, but do so while helping provide improved overall well being. We expect it to contribute to our physical and mental health by supplementing our daily vitamin and mineral intake and curbing our appetite. It should also provide a natural boost in energy that helps keep us at the top of our game throughout the day.

We all know any wellness system works best in conjunction with exercise. So, we are hoping the one we choose will add to gains we make from working out, such as fat reduction and increased muscle mass.

Other things on our checklist are

  • Price – Affordability to go with value is always a good selling point.
  • Convenience of using the product – Figuring out dosages and combinations should not be rocket science.
  • Any side effects – We want results but not if it means putting up with nasty side effects to get them.

So, how does the Isagenix line match up? Time for this Isagenix review to take a look at what the system offers.

Overview Of The Isagenix Wellness System

Isagenix is a suite of products packaged together as a wellness system, not a standalone product like Almased. It includes meal replacement shakes and bars along with herbal supplement capsules and powders. They are meant to promote weight loss, assist detoxification and support nutritional intake. Products may be used separately or in combination and you can select ones to use in the morning, at night or on the go.

The most popular product in the Isagenix line is perhaps the IsaLean Shake. According to the company, the shake serves as “a nutritious, balanced meal replacement with protein, energy-boosting carbohydrates and good fats that promote reduced cravings, healthy weight loss, and fat burning while building strong, lean muscle mass.”

That’s quite a claim! Does Isagenix have the qualities to back it up?

Pros

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The Isagenix products stand out against the competition in quite a few categories and these are most often mentioned in Isagenix reviews you come across. First up, is the high protein content. The IsaLean Shake, for example, gives you 24 grams of protein in each serving. That compares favorably with most other meal replacement shakes on the market. The protein used is said to come from “Cheerful Cows”, meaning they are not treated with hormones, or antibiotics and are grass-fed.

The products are all nutrient packed. The Isagenix Cleanse for Life Rich Berry Powder, for instance, boasts over 100 nutrients including antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. As another high point, Isagenix reviews tend to cite the meal replacement shakes and bars as effective at curbing hunger.

Cons

“Tastes good but loaded with sugar!” That’s according to one Isagenix review I read for the IsaLean Shake powder. A quick comparison showed that the shake has a good deal more sugar per serving than many similar meal replacements. For instance, one serving of Pure Protein Shake has just 1 gram of sugar while the IsaLean Shake comes in at a whopping 11 grams in one serving.

Another major concern is the price – it’s an issue even for  dedicated users. Isagenix 30-day Cleansing and Fat Burning System will set you back all of $390 and a jar with 14 servings of IsaLean Shake powder is $50 (about $100 per month if you intend to have it once a day). As far as the shake goes you could get similar quantities of CalNaturale Svelte Organic Protein Shakes for half that price.

Price, however, should always be considered relative to the benefits of the product. Many people would gladly pay a little extra if they’re getting the results they’re after.

Conclusion

There are some convincing arguments for going with Isagenix, but the relatively high price and mixed customer reviews make me think twice about recommending it as a top choice. While many folks swear by this system (and it just may work for you) it’s quite possible you can achieve the same results by using other products that won’t leave such a noticeable hole in your wallet.

Product images via their respective pages on Amazon.com

Angela Robbins
 

Angela is so happy to be fit and active. She enjoys several different types of exercise, trying new things, and sharing her adventures and opinions with her readers.

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