Isagenix?

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    Sep 24, 2011 7:43 PM GMT
    Has anybody used this system? Before you say anything, I know it's not a longterm solution, but it seems like a good jump-start into better eating habits, and seems pretty balanced. I'm interested if anyone has had success with the 30-day clensing.
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    Sep 25, 2011 5:03 PM GMT
    Hi,

    Isagenix is amazing. When people use it correctly it is actually a long term solution. It isn't meant to be a quick fix. Everyone needs to cleanse their system and so the maintenance makes it easy to keep the body clean. Fat loss is a side benefit. I have been working with the system for over 5 and a half years and have had many clients have success. The 30 day is a good one to start with for most people as it is not too intense. If you want I would be happy to do a free personal analysis with you to ensure that you are getting the right program. I also support my clients with free coaching so that they get the best results. I can get the products for you at wholesale pricing which saves you about $100 off the retail if you are not already working with someone. There are few things you can add also, depending on your lifestyle. So if you are always busy and might be skipping a shake, then you should get bars too. If you don't eat veggies or fruits, you should consider the Isafruits or the Isagreens. If you are not eating the required amounts of fiber then consider getting Fibersnacks. Lots of things to think about. In the end, whatever you do, make sure to have at least half your body weight in ounces of water daily and do not work out on your full cleanse day. You want your body to be resting and working on cleansing not on repairing muscle or anything else. Hope this is helpful. Have a great day! Cari-Lee
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    Sep 25, 2011 8:16 PM GMT
    I gotta say, I'm kinda freaked out by how culty everyone involved in Isagenix sounds. I especially hate that it's structured in a pyramid Amway scheme, makes the whole thing seem sketchy. It does look like a good product, but hard to get any objective opinions.
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    Sep 25, 2011 8:29 PM GMT
    Funny that you say that. I think it is because when you have a great experience with it you get really excited about it. The good thing is that the company stands behind their products so if you don't have a good experience after following how to use it then you get a full 30 day money back guarantee. No questions asked. As for the pyramid thing, I know what you mean. When I first tried it I said the same thing but then I thought who cares, I don't have to sell it, I just have to take it and if I like it great. The key is though you must make sure you get the right program for you and that you get support and coaching. If you don't then you may have good results but my experience has been that those who do not have this fail probably 90% of the time and then say that the product doesn't work.
  • nanidesukedo

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    Sep 25, 2011 8:35 PM GMT
    Really? I mean, really? This is just the amway scam all over again. Every few years, another Amway scam (either by them under a different name or a company that does the same thing) comes out. I don't understand things like this? Packaged dark chocolate with names like IsaDelight or whatever the hell they wanna call it, really? It's a friggin square of dark chocolate!?!? Protein bars, cleansing drinks...? NO. You are gonna spend a fortune buying this pre-packaged junk that breeds on cult-like tendencies (the fact that the website states: You are the one we've been waiting for...or something like that, come on...). These amway scam/pyramid programs are all the same. They drag you in, have all these special cultish tapes and training seminars that are just designed to get you to sell the crap and buy more of the crap yourself.

    You are far better off just starting a regular, healthful diet. If you aren't able to come up with one on your own with the help of the internet, consult a nutritionist for 1 hour for a few weeks (2 to 3 weeks) to learn how to do it. You're far better off being in control of your diet - not some cultish company. A healthful diet and exercise program are the only fix - not some prepackaged meal/cult kool-aid.
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    Nov 30, 2011 4:28 AM GMT
    its like herballife, or body by vi, they are not scams you basically go on a liquid diet with one solid meal a day and you will lose weight

    just don't get in on the mlm side and use the product
  • FRE0

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    Nov 30, 2011 6:04 AM GMT
    I cheated; I never had to lose weight since I never became overweight. I early drew the line at a certain weight and never exceeded it.