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Yes, I love buying it at Costco! I jave done work outs in the pass. Shortly after my burnout, I went off the radar. Hi Tania, after doing some research on Optifast, I would strongly advise against drinking it. This article is a few years old now. Before starting the program, I never believed I could be consistent or stick with anything past a week! Here it is from the website.

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It all depends on my mood to be honest! I have tried coconut milk in my coffee, I still prefer the coconut oil, personally! But give it a shot! I tried this today for the first time and it was great I was a coffee mate splenda had to have my coffee blonde if that makes sense kinda person I however used a teaspoon of the coconut oil Is that ok or should I use less I didn't add any vanilla to the coffee.

That's SO exciting to hear! I too used to be a splenda girl So exciting you can get off that other stuff now!! I tried this and it just tasted like black coffee, must have done something wrong. Did you blend it? When I've not had it blended or "frothed" then I notice that it just tastes like black coffee. What I notice is that it really helps to take the bitterness away from the black coffee. It's creamier than just black, but it may take some getting used to too!

What's your prep suggestion for iced coffee? I can't do hot coffee, not a fan. Hi Jill, I would suggest brewing your coffee, chilling it and then making it the same way as listed above! I think it would still be frothy!! I've never done it this way but may give it a try! It wouldn't work unless you're making it like a Frappuccino.

You're putting coconut oil into cold coffee, it'll just start to solidify. If you do cooking picture putting melted butter in cold milk-that's what it'll do. Can you only use Extra Virgin Coconut Oil and not the organic type that comes in the jar? I think the stuff I use is organic. I get the big giant 2 pack from costco! So excited to try this tomorrow morning!!

My "coffee" more like half and half and sugar with a touch of coffee is my biggest weakness in my diet. Prior to this week, I put a couple teaspoons of sugar and 3 or 4 Tbsps of half and half. This week I completely cut out any sugar and just did a dash of half and half and its tasted so gross: It would be so much better for me! Jenna, I'll be honest, it will take time to adjust to this. When I switched to this coffee I had already weaned myself off of 3 splenda in my coffee and lots of cream!

I had been off that for about a year before I discovered this mixture. Durning that year I had been adding almond milk to my coffee instead and didn't really like that either. If you need it sweet, try liquid Stevia Honestly, I prefer with no sweetener now vs using Stevia. My hubby has switched to the Stevia though! Do you make a whole put of coffee and add the mixture or are you adding that amount per cup? You have definitely been the best source of knowledge and encouragement that I have found without a fee.

Thank you for facilitating these conversations that help us make smart choices about fitness and health. I am getting ready to order this now. I am wondering how to know which package is right for me. Do you suggest the Essential, Extreme, Ultimate, etc. Mary thank you for your kind words. Before you order let's connect. Will you send me a message and we can discuss your goals and needs. Without knowing that it's hard to recommend something to you!!

I am attempting this now. I must have disgusting coffee. Because there is nothing I can find to do with it except for creamers. What coffee do you recommend? Rachel, I like my coffee strong. I usually use Starbucks or Peet's Coffee. Maybe a Kirkland brand too! I don't like weak coffee that's for sure! If you're used to lots of sugar and cream in your coffee, then it WILL take some getting used to! If it's important enough for you to get off of creamers then you're taste buds will adjust! I was at that point where I realized that I was poisoning myself with tons of Splenda and needed to make a change!

To summarize in caveman language: Selling to public friends, family, etc. So with the FTC guidelines in place, I have to conclude that Beachbody is indeed an illegal pyramid scheme. While you may choose to conclude differently, I think your opinion would not be based on any evidence, so you might as well conclude the world is flat.

Coach 3 — Spreads the trifecta: The example of the FTC shutting down a company used Dish Network TV service, which is certainly a real product and consumed by viewers. The rest of the video is fluff unrelated to definition of pyramid schemes. Documents the money that Beachbody pays him, despite misleading people with these myths. Creates a whole chart of misinformation such as legal MLM is generated ONLY by product sales which ignores the key difference of selling to recruits vs.

Chart has a myth about the presence of a training program making a difference. The only thing really accurate about the chart is the overpriced product being a sign of a pyramid scheme. As covered earlier, this points to Beachbody being a pyramid scheme. Not one of the coaches addressed the point about making more sales to the public than through its downline of distributors. Some of them are making significant money. At a very minimum, Beachbody could put an official page on its site and tell distributors to not address the topic at all simply point to the website.

The rest comes from commissions from her downline. Here is what she says at the 17 minute market of the podcast:. The majority of your income, as you grow a team, is going come from your Coaches and the volume they sell. It paid for our groceries. It paid for gas. Kellie is essentially saying this is how it is designed. She even is negative on making sales to public. She may not even realize it, because of the myths of pyramid schemes that I presented above. She might be a fantastic person… certainly sounds like it on the podcast.

As a reminder Kellie is a Diamond level Coach in Beachbody. This is in the 0. If anyone in the organization should know the rules and is abiding by them, it should be diamond Coaches.

If someone buys a workout, the commission is earned one time and then maybe never again. However, Shakeology is different as a customer spends consistently on it month after month. It seemed like Nick cut her off before she could say it, but it certainly sounded like she was ready to say that the emphasis is on selling the shakes.

In fact, if you go back and listen to the podcast, at the Given what we saw with the Pen Pyramid Scheme analogy in the section about Shakeology, it fits the mold to be a pyramid scheme.

It might not be a smoking gun of a pyramid scheme, but it is another major piece of evidence against Beachbody. They could very easily offer an affiliate program that rewards Coaches for selling product without the pyramid of rewards for recruiting more Coaches. Such an affiliate program would quickly end any questions as to whether it is a pyramid scheme. This activity is rewarded through a binary compensation plan which pays bonuses at the Development and Leadership Ranks of Emerald Coach and above.

Many MLMers describe it like being a member of Costco. That is a hefty chunk on the monthly price of Shakeology. The final two sentences of that quote are confusing at best. It makes it sound like earning a bonus is a decision that someone makes such as ordering a cheeseburger at McDonalds. It then bonuses are earned by recruiting and enrolling other coaches as well as retailing Beachbody products to customers.

However, according to the first sentence retailing Beachbody products to friends and family are not running a business.

That leaves us with earning bonuses for recruiting and enrolling. As you can see, this is where the majority of money is earned. Debts mounted, marriages failed. Think about those recurring expenses in relation to the average income. Suddenly the Coaches fees and Club Membership fees make sense. Think about the high margins the company is earning on distributors buying Shakeology… even when distributors buy it wholesale Beachbody makes a substantial profit.

Beachbody Coaches may argue that in the end people are getting healthy, so who cares about all the scammy stuff that goes along with it. Form a buddy system and keep each other in check. There are countless other tools available. The free website SparkPeople is a health community. Additionally you could also use another site StickK.

StickK to Your Goals is a way to keep people motivated. I have no problem with Beachbody workouts, but there are numerous options available. Workout videos have been around for decades. Whether you found what you were looking for or not in the article above, I want to help you with your financial situation. For more visit my five minute financial fixes article. I appreciate you for just being here.

The person recruiting you has a financial incentive to present only one side of the story. Kudos to you for searching for more information to make an informed decision. Most companies are smart enough to realize that such lawsuits trigger a Streisand effect that makes them look much, much worse.

It invites media coverage. I maintain open communication channels via my contact form and this comments on this article, which is a far better way to resolve any differences in opinion your client may have.

Setting personal goals seems futile sometimes! It is hard to ignore the amazing results people are getting yet it comes at a cost. Almost all my close friends and family I told about bb coaching were like NOO!! Thank you for all your suggestions on how to make steps to improve my health and find like minded community support.

I am wondering how long this scheme will continue? I will say I do love shakeology it does help w a list of things n the workouts and eating plans do work. Like i said in previous replies I had friends who just bought the workouts and lost just as much weight if not more than ppl drinking shako. I would love to see this company investigated bc its a pyramid thru and thru.

Years ago I got a bag of shakeology that actually had a metal part in it. I took a picture and sent it to my coach; I requested an emergency phone call to discuss this. I lost all respect for her. I have been looking for a good substitute for shakeology for husband. He really likes shakeo and can tell a huge difference if he misses his daily shakeo but I hate giving money to scam artists.

Hope, here is the for coach relations. You do not need any of these gimmick shakes to get healthy. Just buy a juicer and start juicing fresh produce veggies and fruits It is pure nutrition and heals so many ailments. Weight loss is also a benefit too! There are many documentaries to guide you as well. Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead was the one that started me. I went from pre-diabetic, high BP and cholesterol to normal blood work in months. At least from mobile.

Thank you for this. I have been side-eying my acquaintances who are coaches because I suspected as much, but glad to be vindicated. I figured that out in 2 days. They know their strategic marketing and they sell it good!

If anyone has a lick of common sense and see the writing on the wall IT is! Clearly spells and looks pyramid. Now I did one challenge for yes I am a stay at home mom for the convince of the workouts at home.

I bought my first bag on eBay cheaper yes, you have to doctor it up. Like all other shakes too… but not all of them either! And I bought a water boost … still using my workouts from bb putting my theory to test.

Just workout without all the wasting of money!!! And I mean really documented by real doctors in a hospital setting and with publicly availiable documentation. Shakeology is not meant to be told for someone to drink this instead of food. We market it as a great way to add value into your day. Most people do eat 3 meals a day. And its my job as a coach to help people understand that 5 is better. I teach meal ideas snd snack meal ideas.

Getting them in the routine of eating meals correctly. And what they should consistent of. Some people over eat and snack too much, consuming way too many calories in a day. Having shakeology as part of your breakfast or a snack, or a post workout can benefit someone greatly. As a coach, we offer monthly accountability groups to teach and motivate into an overall healthier more fit lifestyle.

The conferences are not mandetory. Some ppl never go. The women in my challenge groups grow into such positive, healthier people. Nor do they have to have the club membership. Coaches do not have to have it either, but its one hell of an easy way to have access to a ton of full workout programs all from your phone of which you can choose to stream onto you tv. As a mother of a toddler, its been a blessing to work from home and help others with the nutritional knowledge ive gained and help to push them, all while furthering my own mental and physical strength and growth.

The workouts have gotten me in the best shape any gym could have done w me wandering around and eventually just hoppin on the treadmill. We need more than a treadmill. And we need support and learning and accountability; a coach and monthly group to participate in. As I mentioned, being a mother of a young child, it was the only way I could get any workouts in; at home.

Shake this shit up in a shaker cup and go. Ive never had a single complaint w consumers. Consumers love It so much that they want to become a coach and inspire others w their newly found healthy journey and help others become healthier as well. Its been a positive, uplifting community to surround myself in.

Nor have I ever been told to never take no as an answer. I help people with their struggles and weaknesses and light a fire under their asses in my groups. Most people do not know how to make a correct meal. Nor what a snack consists of. They have no idea that carbs arent The enemy and dont know what good or bad carbs even are. They have no idea how to go about clean foods and shopping and prepping. Thats what we offer. Where did you go to get your degree in order to practice nutrition? Surely you have one because you tell people when and how to consume their Shakeology?

Sounds like you are acting as a dietician. I am actually very knowledgeable with FOOD. Therefore im helping tons of people. I am training for a fitness competition, so dont tell me I dont know my shit. Maybe I could help you! Its because they know the science behind food and fitness.

Most of them know nothing at all about nutrition or fitness. Even worse are the people that fall for it. Of course it is marketed as a replacement for food. Par for the course for MLMs. You paid into a pyramid scheme that provided you with a paper-thin premise to pretend that you have a facsimile of a job. Thanks for sharing that Einstein. In other words, you work for free.

Simply parroting buzzwords from a brochure does not make it so. That shows your ignorance in a nutshell. You are not performing at a level remotely comparable to working out with a professional trainer in a gym.

It is delusional to think otherwise. How many top-performing athletes rely on a work-from-home video regimen? Shakeology is no greater than any other dietary supplement or meal replacement shake. Your shake is garbage. People cringe at the taste. Your community is a cult of mediocre greedy self-serving dolts with delusions of grandeur. If you cared about what people eat, rather than just selling them your moronic shakes, you would encourage them to shun processed shit-in-a-bag masquerading as food and encourage them to eat whole foods exclusively.

What you really do is try to coerce people into selling worthless pyramid scheme shakes, so that they in turn can coerce people into selling worthless pyramid scheme shakes. Nothing you bring to the table has any real value. Nor do you apparently. Where are you finding these people?

In a head trauma ward. You have no expertise whatsoever. Eating well is a good thing. Working out is a good thing. But you have no special or elusive knowledge; no formal training in fitness coaching or nutrition. What you do have is a simplistic overview of a few talking points gleaned from fitness magazines and Shakeology brochures. You present yourself as a guru when in fact the sum total of your knowledge could be learned in about 15 minutes of Googling.

You teach people how to open a shake canister. Hi, finishin my PhD in Nutritional Science. If people are inspired to drink a healthy drink, exercise, and feel better about themselves then more power to you and to them. You just need to be good at convincing people to listen to you. You and these other coaches sound slightly irresponsible giving this kind of guidance with no former training. I did it too. You can take any competition diet off of the internet, follow it, and drop weight.

You probably paid money to be in the competition, too. Sounds like you are a failed disgruntled BB coach. BB banned my account for questioning their pricing on Shakeology on forums. I then created another account and posted to the old thread questioning why they banned my account and challenged them to come out from hiding behind their delete key and defend their pricing and banning my account.

They banned that account and deleted that post in under 15 minutes and now the entire thread has been deleted! Why were they so afraid to reply? They were obviously reading these posts. Were they afraid of a possible ground swell of come backs?

Well that is life! Embrace the challenge as they like to state. What a cowardly act of hiding behind the scenes, secretly deleting posts that they are to afraid of, without so much a word? Did they offend other readers? After my first post I had 5 buddy invitations!

How about advising on the reason you banned my accounts and deleted my posts? What type of person or company does cowardly acts like that? You know by scamming other ppl to buy on auto ship. I filled out the online form was given, a confirmation code and I was charged for another month. Thank God I cancelled 3wks before the ship date bc my credit card reversed the charges. Some of them are still very nice but they have no desire in helping me on my health and fitness journey anymore.

I said its the same thing except u offer a product. Yeah, I think the time is coming to an end, soon. I like shakeo, it did help me lose the 2nd baby weight no small feat at There are quite a few coaches in town, and a friend recently started. I like the workouts.

I like the emphasis on health but…how many people, really, can you sell on shakeo and new programs? When BOD came out I saw the writing on the wall. Why would I need shakeo or to be a coach? As far as I can tell, the only people buying anything are coaches. They chose not to reply because they controlled the venue, so of course they took the easy route and simply quashed your posts and the thread. Had it been a venue beyond their control they would have dispatched the trolls to spread company propaganda and misinformation and drown out facts with noise.

Of course they are cowards. What did you expect from an industry predicated on swindling single mothers, little old ladies, and down-and-out desperados? These are the same companies that sell bottles of toxic third-rate fruit juice and tell people that it cures cancer.

Again, they banned your accounts and deleted your posts because they were able to and it was the easiest way to silence your criticism. These are dishonest and irredeemable sacks of dung. Vogel you hit the nail on the head! When I lost 20lbs and 37inches using the products and programs I was thrilled.

Then when I hit a plateau I continued to drink this so called miracle shake exercised daily and still ate the correct portion controls. When I started gaining weight for no reason I went to the drs and was informed I have thyroid issues and I told him about shakeology.

And to stop drinking it immediately. I am so sad to hear this although I suspected it. Vega makes me want to throw up and all my other shakes leave me hungry after awhile even though I add a lot of protein and other ingredients. I accidentally ordered a chocolate shakeo and it was so good with added spinach, banana and peanut butter. I do want to help myself and my friends and we absolutely love the Beachbody on Demand.

I also work for another MLM and while they have an awesome product and are legit I can hardly make money with them anymore either. I wish all MLMs would be banned. Should i order a new workout, THEN cancel my coach membership, or does it even matter?

Liz, do you need the DVDs, or are you fine with streaming workouts? If you have the setup at home or on your computer and fast internet , you can sign up for Beachbody on Demand.

Then, once you are set up, cancel your coach membership. Because then you have access to all of the workouts and all new ones that come out. If you want the DVDs, but want an older workout, you can probably get it used for way less.

And if those results are from other people who recruited others? Please take it up with them. All options involve profit — so give that to a friend or give it to a company. Who gets recruited to open up a rival car dealership? Always be as skeptical with an MLM opportunity as you are with other purchases. Make decisions on your own. I want to make it clear that no one offered to pay me money to write this article.

I researched and thousands of words and addressed hundreds of comments. You mistakenly state that car dealerships are a pyramid.

Who is acting lazy? Thanks for your support. If you are unable to draw any other conclusion from my car dealership remark than that they are pyramids — that is concerning.

The fact your comment indicates you are concerned with Facebook advertising for someone promoting their business is worrisome also. If you are unable to understand that MLM is about recruiting and car dealerships are not — that is concerning.

I have made a Google search for your knowledge as well as people who come to your site hoping for legit, unbiased information. You failed looking for unbiased information, because the bias of the author is clearly disclosed at the bottom of the article in his bio.

Your website confirms a great comment I heard years ago — that the internet is the bathroom wall of society. Which is unfortunate, for those of us come searching for balanced, intelligent information — not a one-sided chest beating exercise, grounded in unsubstantiated and very biased opinions. You seem to be the only one bringing biased information with that Entrepreneur article to the table.

Hope you at least found some intelligent information from the FTC. Based on the comments echoing your sentiments, you have certainly found an audience who drinks your brand of Kool-Aid anyways. That statement shows a profound lack of critical thinking. Dumb on its surface and painfully dishonest. Try staying on topic instead of admonishing people to go on wild goose chases. Your Googling skills are as a deficient as your critical thinking abilities.

Do you have a head injury? You are the one treating the internet like a toilet and thumping your chest like a deranged bonobo. Smarten the F up! Also note that this webpage is devoted to the subject of Beachbody — e. Your opinions on what a pyramid scheme are not relevant.

See the article I posted in the above comment and educate yourself on something other than one sided, biased websites that only confirm your misguided opinions. Thank you for speaking on behalf of the entire internet as well — believe me, there are people out there with critical thinking skills that will appreciate my comments. Not everybody is like you. Thank goodness for that! The people with critical thinking skills saw through your trick when you posted the Entrepreneur article.

And you have the gall to all this site misguided??? Man, you MLM apologists suck so hard; just the worst bottom-of-the-barrel dross imaginable. No one here cares for your petty sniping. Get on topic or piss off. You suck at trolling too — a mind-bogging example of an inept MLM apologist.

Dave, congratulations on being hypocrite of the year. This logic can only be described as, bizarre. Second of all, that article is an advertisement in disguise.

Why is it arrogant for someone to call you out in a public forum for your BS? If you choose to write in a public domain, then you sign an unwritten contract to be scrutinized. How are you going to be so offended after putting out an extremely vile posts against the author? This is obviously a lie, or you have a weird agenda to go to random blogs based on topics you know nothing about and attempt to defame an author.

Nobody would come here and write like you have without being some kind of corporate shill or an outraged distributor. Who should the people trust? Geoff who is a stranger from the internet, or Entrepreneur magazine? It is a dangerous concoction. Some of the choices they do have are as follows:. Geoff, a contributor who has consistently been posting well though-out, well-referenced, fact-based comments here for quite some time versus some anonymous troll crackpot MLM apologist who has yet to make a single incisive contribution or put a single fact on the table.

The wealth of additional information published by mainstream media sources, experts, and government agencies which have established conclusively that the MLM is industry is a shit-filled morass of crooks and liars versus propaganda published by PR people paid by the MLM industry.

Please top talking about Kool-Aid; you sound like an idiot. You came here to discount it. You are a blatant troll and are very, very bad at it. I have no financial bias and no attachment to this website. Your attempt to assassinate my character by doubling down on that article makes you look like a complete lunatic.

Your over-dramatized paragraph does not help to make you look more intelligent, but rather is distracting from the attempt to refute my points.

First of all, your use of the word hypocrisy is incorrect and misleading. The definition of hypocrisy is: My emotional fervor has nothing to do with this word, and your inability to use it correctly while continuing to go off the rails makes you look like an idiot. The way that you attempt to attack people, instead of points within the article is absurd, and nobody would have this kind of passion to write as you are writing…just because.

If you came to this site and actually looked for unbiased information, then you would not have written anything. Instead, you posted an extremely biased article, attacked 3 different people to date that have a difference of opinion, and have continued to spout off at the mouth. This actually made me chuckle. You have to be one of the worst internet trolls of all time to come up with a line like this.

You all seem to preach critical thinking — yet display none. Critical thinking involves evaluating information from various sources, not sources that simply align with your preconceived notions.

When people have come to support MLM, they present someone financially-biased such as what you did with the Entrepreneur article. Keep in mind that I objective reviewed that Vemma was a scam years before a court of law agreed with the FTC that it was. This guy even does a great job of describing websites like this. There are even some facts in here for Geoff and Vogel unfortunately, these facts oppose their preconceived notions, so they are unable to accept them. Pride is a dangerous thing.

Dave, this weird psychological projection technique you are trying to use is not going to work here. It would be wise of you to take your own advice and start considering relevant counter-points to your nonsensical platform. All of my positions have been developed from reading FTC guidelines, clinical studies, statistical studies, and investigative reporting.

You have done nothing except distract, defame, and misguide in your posts. You have maintained a ridiculous and unfounded position that has been crippled through sound logic. This website is designed to protect and inform consumers from people like you, and it continues to do great work! In fact, of all the MLM trolls I have encountered here, and there have been many, you are among the most inept. This is a website dedicated to helping consumers make better financial decisions.

You also seem to lack sufficient awareness to recognize the audience. If only you all had the ability to be as critical against the negative information and misinformation the website is spreading — you would be able to construct a balanced argument.

I came to this site for information — not negative propaganda. Any website or person who is unable to accept an opposing view, without getting all bent out of shape is what really concerns me.

As I explore the idea of starting a Network Marketing business — I will encourage those I speak with to review both the negative sites like this one, and the positive and allow them to make an informed decision that is right for them. How about Educating them, with both Pros and Cons of a decision? Empowering them to make a decision that is right for them? What if you had an opposing view that domestic violence is a great thing and improves of the victims?

If you actually tried to put a valid argument for MLM not to be confused with Network Marketing , we could have a discussion about it. Instead you simply attacked the well-cited and well-sourced view presented here and tried to claim bias, with no reason for doing so. You also presented your own clearly marked biased article and tried to the logical fallacy of Argument by Authority.

The general population is actually pretty smart. And yes, people are free to make the decision themselves. They are shown fast cars and vacations. One comment was made from a Beachbody Coach who has achieved great financial success — rather than encourage her entrepreneurial spirit or offer sound financial advice like the website claims to offer — it attempts to discredit the Doctors in her downline.

I guess being a website financial information site means it is well postured and more intelligent, and educated than Doctors?

Which comment was this? Did she give names of the doctors in her downline. Was she forthcoming with her identification or potentially someone just trying to validate a scam. Can we confirm that this person makes her financial success from directly selling product to consumers who are not in the organization, or did she build a big pyramid of a downline? So many questions need to be answered before we can evaluate her case. I have invested enough time talking with those who are incapable of seeing things in a different way.

I am going to turn off the comments now. I will use this website and this thread as a great example for those I talk to if I do decide to proceed with an MLM business. You guys all responded as expected and your close-mindedness and inability to share even 1 positive comment about an Industry growing exponentially is evidence of that. A few companies charity-wash by making small donation so some charities that might be profitable.

Look what happened when Vemma had to start playing by the rules. They are not just a protein powder, but also have antioxidants and probiobitcs. I think the price is pretty similar when comparing a protein powder plus antioxidant powder. This is such a helpful blog!! I was wondering if one serving of these alternative shakes would count as 1 red container for the 21 day fix program? Yes, I count them as one red. If you add anything else you would of course need to count that as well…but for just the shake, I count it as a red!

How do you like to drink the Orgain? Do you mix with almond milk, add banana, etc? My favorite way to drink it is like this: The cocoa powder is my secret ingredient. It makes it so rich and more chocolate-y! My cousin loves the Shakeology mix but the price is laughable in my opinion especially when comparing the ingredients. I agree, the price of Shakeology is just too much.

Carrie, thank you so much for this post! I love the taste of Shakeology, but the price is absolutely ridiculous IMO. That is a great deal and I love Costco. Thanks for the detailed comparison. My go-to recipe is similar to yours; I use the Califia Farms Almond and coconut milk and blend it with half a frozen banana, a heaped teaspoon of almond butter and a few ice cubes.

I use Orgain, 60 calorie almond milk, put in a tablespoon of cacao powder, some strawberries, sometimes coconut oil, sometime PB2. I really like it! Just wanted to let you know the Chocolate Shakeology has 6 grams of fiber not 3 , and only 6 grams of sugar not 9 if you had the Whey.

Vegan is 6 grams fiber and 7 grams sugar. Going to try to find Orgain to try. I like that it actually has no flavour, so you can add greens, veggies and a bit of fruit for your flavours. Thank you for your feedback! I believe the reason other shakes are not approved is because Beachbody sells Shakeology.

Autumn even says that. I like the flexibility of being able to have a shake, though, so these are two options that are low in sugar and made with organic ingredients that I have used and liked. I believe in the program and for many of us, we have to make adjustments here and there to make it work for us.

Needing to stop again, on my first week of core de force, and me being such a picky eater, 1. I wish they would do something to change that, no wonder its tough to coach, most people cannot afford it, and I got my bf on it for years and he loved it too, but sadly time to get off of it again: I love having a shake every day. Hi Carrie, New here.

I am familiar with BB programs and have a lot of success doing them. When I started my quest to betterment 4. Completely miserable, riddled with health problems, and living a VERY isolated life. I wanted to contribute to your shake alternatives. I have tried several different ones. I am a fan of whey isolate because of fewer calories, carbs, fat, etc.

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