Isagenix Product Reviews And Nutrition Theory
Why Isagenix Reviews?
Most Isagenix reviews come from one of two view points. Either they are a rep raving over the product with the intention of selling you the product or they are a rep from a competing company bent on tearing down Isagenix so they can sell you theirs. This product review will offer you a unique and honest perspective because I am not trying to sell it to you and I am not trying to sell you a competitors product.
Isagenix was created in 2002 by John Anderson. It is not a colon cleanse. It is a full body cleanse with over 200 nutrients and designed to to help your body deal with the stresses of every day life. It has the endorsement of Super Bowl Champion and Olypic Athlete Willie Gault and many, many others.
The goal of the product is to release all the toxins within our bodies. Most of us, even those who are health buffs, do not realize the toxins that go into our body. For instance, did you know that 80% of cosmetics contain parabens and pthalates, chemicals proven to increase the risk of cancer. And if you are not wearing cosmetics (I don’t) there are hundreds of chemicals that confront you every single day. Isagenix will point out the chemicals that you cook with, clean with,the pesticides and herbacides on your fruits and vegetables, and in your meats, in your drinks, on your furniture, in your air and even in your water.
Isagenix Reviews The Toxins In Your Body
And if you think you can get away from all of that, Isagenix points out that your skin covers your entire body and absorbs things into your body. Take the water that you shower in, it has an incredible number of chemicals in it that the body can absorb through the skin even if you drink only distilled water. I heard this and was not surprised. But it did motivate me to take a look at my cities water supply reports. I do live in an upscale area that is a suburb of a large city that I am sure you would recognize the name of if I were to mention. I have taken the liberty to list just some of the things I spray through my shower directly onto me everyday. Here you go:
- Haloacetic acid
and a host of other things listed at the city water supply. That is not including all of the chemicals that you inherent from your piping and plumbing, which the city lets you know up front that they cannot specifically monitor. Hmmm. Quite a list, and that only scratches the surface.
Isagenix talks about a recent CDC (center for disease control) study revealing 116 toxic chemicals in people of all ages. They also state that we are spending $75 billion a year on weight related diseases. Isagenix Reviews will lead us to the assumption that the body is storing fat and enveloping us in our fat to protect our bodies from all of this toxic waste that our bodies are absorbing and accumulating. This of course contributes to obesity.
The Isagenix solution? Nutritional cleansing. They compare nutritional cleansing to giving your car the necessary and frequent oil change. Unless you are living in a bubble or the mountain man in a pure environment then you have to do something. Their solution is that EVERYONE needs whole body cleansing.
The next step of course is to put good stuff back into your body. The right nutrients are needed for your body to be able to function properly and at it’s pique in order to eliminate the toxins. The end result is that many people are melting off the pounds. Some people are seeing losses of 100′s of pounds, increased energy, and many positive testimonies.
The theory seems to make sense and they seem to be getting the results. Testimony after testimony shows significant weight losses. Some of this can obviously be related to reduced calorie intake when following the program. Truthfully though, most of us could probably use a reduction in calories. I know I could.
Of course their will always be complaints on taste and effects on any product. That tends to be the biggest complaint I have read online in Isagenix Reviews. A few have claimed no results but then turn around and pitch a competing product. A few fitness buffs who have no weight problems have also knocked the product only to claim that the only true way to lose weight is workout and eat right, but they say nothing about eliminating toxins. A few others have claimed that they have seen no results. However, their claims seem pointless or unwarranted since Isagenix does offer a money back guarantee.