Dr Oz: Isagenix Testimonials
After Dr Oz, along with Jenna Wolfe, took a closer look at Isagenix, one of the three most popular diets promoted on social media, Dr oz welcomed two women who tried the diet themselves. Both of the women were named Michelle, but the first Michelle shared that she first heard about Isagenix on Facebook and had a great experience with it. She lost 55 pounds ion four months and went from a size 18 to a size 6.
However, the second woman lost a total of 89 pounds and spent more than $2,000 on the program. But while using the products, which contain niacin, she woke up one morning covered in hives. She ended up seeing a doctor and learned that she developed a a thyroid problem. She has since gained all the weight back plus more and continues to gain five pounds a month. Dr Oz explained that he looked for research on the connection between niacin and thyroid problems and there’s one paper that’s not too strong, but respected that her doctor made that connection. The second Michelle wanted everyone to know that the diet was great for anyone who was willing to be on it for the rest of their lives.
Dr Oz: Is Isagenix A Healthy Way To Lose Weight?
Dr Oz welcomed nutritionist Maya Feller to help him break down the nutrition of the diets. Maya explained that Isagenix is a low-calorie diet with some very low-calorie components. That’s exactly why she would expect someone to lose weight on the diet, since they’re consuming so few calories. She pointed out that there’s very little food consumed on the diet. Most of the time, dieters are drinking the shakes and sometimes consuming the cleanse. The shakes are about 240 calories and contain protein, fiber, and minerals. You’re supposed to drink two of those a day.
Dr Oz: Does Isagenix Work For Weight Loss?
But Dr Oz was most interested in the Ionix Daily Supreme that’s supposed to help balance your body’s systems as well as the Natural Accelerator you take twice a day which is supposed to boost your metabolism and burn fat. Maya pointed out that the supplement list is extremely long and there are several things that a lot of people may not need. Dr Oz explained that he can understand why some of the supplements would make sense, he’s just unsure of why it would be better to take it through the Isagenix products as opposed to another, more simple way of using them.
He was also concerned about the danger of a low-calorie diet that can’t be maintained long-term. Overall, Dr Oz believes Isagenix could potentially work for someone who can afford it, someone who needs a quick diet jump start, and someone who regularly sees and talks to their doctor.
Dr Oz: 21 Day Fix Diet System Review
Next, Dr Oz looked atthe 21 Day Fix, which costs three monthly payments of $19.95 plus $12.95 shipping and handling. The diet claims “Simple fitness. Simple eating. Fast results.” Followers claim it “removes the guess work from healthy eating.”
Jenna Wolfe ordered the system and was first disappointed by the size of the containers, but noted that it’s much easier to follow than the Isagenix system. Additionally, you receive two workout DVD’s that you exercise with for 30 minutes each day. The average woman in America is 5’4″ and weighs 165 pounds. According to the 21 Day Fix program, she would eat three green vegetable containers, two purple fruit containers, four red protein containers, two yellow carb containers, one blue healthy fat container, one orange seasoned dressing container, and one orange oil or nut container.
According to Maya Feller, the good news is that the 21 Day Fix requires you to eat real food and you’re “eating the rainbow” which is what is recommended when eating healthy. Unfortunately, if you were to say yes to all of the “up sales” available for this program, it would cost you an extra $165, so you’ll want to be extra careful about that. Otherwise, Dr Oz believes it could work for those who aren’t worried about cost, need structure, and for those who need nutritional support.
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