Marketing, sales and promotions are hardly in my nature: I’m somewhat of an Academic/scholarly type. However, when friends of mine – career personal trainers and owners of their own fitness center – introduced me to Isagenix I really listened, mostly because I knew that they are so particular about anything they stand behind. I read about Isagenix, I took the {free} webinars, participated in the company calls, and tried the products for myself. I’ve been a non-committal user of protein powders for about ten years – some taste great and fit seamlessly into recipes I use with them – others ruined my day. I can make two definitive comments about Isagenix products: 1) they taste really good; and 2) because they are made from high quality ingredients, they work. The first two days I used the IsaLean protein powder in Greek yogurt, I dropped a few pounds – this was the only change I made, so I can fairly credit IsaLean with this weight loss. I also began to notice a decrease in cravings for other bad foods and I felt great….really! I have continued using Isagenix products and I’ve noticed that in addition to a more streamlined physique (without losing any more weight), my running has improved and I have more energy throughout the day.

I would urge anyone who uses formulated products to try Isagenix – even become an Associate! There are actually a few Shakeology converts out there: IsaLean vs. Shakeology. also there is a review posted here.

Isagenix Difference:


Some of my favorite recipes:

Blueberry “Muffin Mix” – Incorporate 1 scoop of Vanilla Isalean into 1 container of a blueberry flavored Greek Yogurt (fruit on the bottom variety). The taste and consistency are so reminiscent of the guilty pleasure of eating batter – this would apply to many other flavors, but the blueberry was immediately obvious.

IsaCoffee – 1 scoop Vanilla Isalean Powder mixed with some milk. Add to coffee for a morning treat

Yogurt Pudding: 1 container 2% Plain Greek Yogurt (Fage), 1 tbsp natural peanut butter, 1 scoop Isalean Creamy Dutch Chocolate.

Protein Power Breakfast: 1 tbsp natural peanut butter, 1 tbsp steel cut oats, 1 tbsp Isalean Creamy Dutch Chocolate.



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