A Review of Isagenix and the Product Lineup

About Isagenix

Established in 2002, Isagenix provides systems for weight loss, energy, performance, healthy aging, and wealth
creation. With more than 550,000 customers worldwide and more than 100 life‐changing products, packs, and
systems globally, the company is committed to producing Solutions to Transform Lives™. In 2017, Isagenix
surpassed $5 billion in cumulative global sales through an independent network of associates in the U.S., Canada,
Puerto Rico, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, Taiwan, Mexico, Singapore, Malaysia, Colombia, Indonesia, the
United Kingdom, Ireland, and the Netherlands. Isagenix is a privately owned company with headquarters in
Gilbert, Arizona. Click to learn more:

source: https://newsroom.isagenix.com

 

How Does Isagenix Work?

Isagenix markets a cleansing and fat-burning system you can purchase in a nine- or 30-day supply. Check with your doctor before starting this system because it isn’t safe for everyone and hasn’t been proven effective.

The Basics

The Isagenix 30-day plan replaces two meals per day with shakes and has you eat a 400- to 600-calorie meal for your third meal. You also take their supplements, and two days per week in the first two weeks you drink their cleanse product instead of eating regular meals or drinking meal-replacement shakes. The ingredients of Isagenix include whey protein, fiber, enzymes and herbs, and the Natural Accelerator supplement also contains cayenne, green tea, cinnamon and ginseng, all of which the manufacturer claims assist fat burning. According to the manufacturer, these meal-replacement shakes and supplements improve energy, promote digestive regularity, increase endurance, encourage weight loss and help you maintain lean muscle mass. Click to learn more:

 

source: https://www.livestrong.com