Today I’m talking about Isagenix. Is it good for you or bad for you? Should you be consuming the product? And, more importantly, should you be making money from this product by selling them to your friends and family.
I would question whether a food “product” made out of these ingredients is actually real food …
Protein blend [whey crisp (whey protein isolate, whey protein concentrate, tapioca starch, calcium carbonate, lecithin), calcium caseinate, whey protein isolate], brown rice syrup,yoghurt flavoured coating [maltitol, fractionated palm kernel oil, calcium caseinate, milk protein concentrate, nonfat milk, yoghurt powder (cultured whey protein concentrate and cultured nonfat milk), lecithin, natural flavour], maltitol syrup, polydextrose, raisins (7%), gluten-free rolled oats (7%), water, high oleic safflower oil, natural flavour, cinnamon, vitamin and mineral blend (magnesium oxide, ascorbic acid, alpha-tocopherol acetate, niacinamide, zinc oxide, copper gluconate, calcium pantothenate, ferric orthophosphate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, riboflavin, manganese sulfate, vitamin A acetate, thiamine mononitrate, folic acid, biotin, potassium iodide, sodium molybdate, vitamin D3, vitamin B12), maltodextrin.
Author: Ronsley Vaz
Ronsley is the founder & chief day dreamer at AMPLIFY. He is an author, speaker & serial entrepreneur.
He has a Masters’ degree in Software Engineering and an MBA in Psychology and Leadership. He is known as the creator of We Are Podcast – the first Podcasting Conference in the Southern Hemisphere, and the host of The Bond Appetit Podcast and Should I Start a Podcast. He has an audience of over 3 million in 133 countries.