Post # 1
Woot, first post – sort of nervous!
So a girlfriend of mine who is an RN just did the 30 day Isagenix cleanse after her friends raved about it. She didn’t think it would work and got really great results, she said the worst part was being disciplined. I’m trying to decide if the price tag is worth it, it ends up being $400 for a month – yikes – But it’s a meal replacement for the month so it’s instead of buying groceries? Have any of you bees tried this, and what kind of results did you get?
Post # 3
hmm, I’ve never heard of it (just briefly googled it) but I’m always leary of any type of “branded” cleanse. Most cleanses aren’t good for the body, they don’t provide the correct nutrients, rely on supplements, and make the person miserable for the time being. Plus, our bodies already cleanse themselves naturally if you just stop eating the processed junk.
In my opinion, it would be much easier, and cheaper!, to eat clean on your own for that month. What does that mean? Only eating fresh fruits and veggies, lean meats and dairy, no processed food. It is how the ideal diet should be anyway 🙂
Post # 4
@babyboo you make an extremely valid point! I’m also wary which is why I didn’t just jump on the bandwagon. I’m going to think about it for another month before I do anything anyway. Hopefully my exercise regime and self imposed healthy eating plan will give me the results I want so I don’t even have to worry about it!
Post # 5
You can cut out the dairy all together and get your calcium from veggie sources.
It has made a world of difference in feeling better, gas, and consuming less fats for us. But that is just us. We’ve also gotten to the vegetarian point about 4 nights out of the week.