I believe it's about the professional. I am an avid beachbody user, including shakes and workout programs. The whole thing had me lost. I am getting results that are far beyond my average peer in my age group.
MLM's espoused core business - personal retailing - is contrary to trends in communication technology, cost-effective distribution, and consumer buying preferences. I signed up as a Beachbody Coach to get the discount on the Shakeology and have not tried to sell it to anyone. I also have started getting hives…. But is it worth it to take good ingredients with bad ingredients? I use Naked Whey. I was sitting on the fence, but my intuition kept kicking in. I have been drinking shakeology for almost two years, but now in studying to be a dietitian which is not the same as a nutritionist look up difference I am not fond of taking it anymore.
Twice I called and questioned them and they assured me it was all organic! Oat, rice, quinoa, and amaranth are all loaded with lectins and phytic acid, gut irritants, and enzyme inhibitors.
And like every other shake and supplements you are gonna stick to what works for you. I mean, come on, facts are facts. No thanks! They help make the argument against the stuff with the nasty aftertaste from the sweeteners. A lot. I love shakeology. There is no secret to that. Kate 4 years ago.
Wow, What a mess of a post, Dani has said it best, just go organic people, and stop buying product with tons of ingredients, especially ingredients that you may not know what it is. One of their Diamond Beachbody Coaches approached me on Facebook with her pitch….
Pyramid schemes no one under them can make more money than the originator. Bovine consumption of corn and soy which are two of the highest genetically modified crops leads to infections in the cow. Please stop the Shake-o selfies!!! Anyhow, I grabbed an apple and headed out the door to take my daughter to her training. The FDA allows a certain number of insect carcasses and other horrible things in your food.