If you’re just learning about Isagenix you are probably wondering what is the meal plan.
I will give you some examples in this post and direct you to additional directions that will help you be successful using the Isagenix products.
Keep in mind that this is YOUR PLAN.
You do what is right for your body.
The idea is to create a healthy lifestyle so that you can keep the weight off forever and stay healthy.
You don’t have to spend hours in the kitchen to maintain your healthy body.
That’s what makes Isagenix so great.
Getting Started With The Isagenix 30 Day System
If you start the 30 Day System you will be drinking 2 shakes a day plus a healthy meal and snacks if needed.
Getting Started With The Forever Pack
If you get started with the Forever Pack you will drink one shake when you break your overnight fast and then have 2 healthy meals plus snacks if needed.
You Can Maintain Your Results
You do not have to stay on the Isagenix product forever in order to maintain your weight loss however most people do continue to use one or more of the products because they find they make their life easier.
For instance, I’ve been drinking at least 1 shake a day for over 5 years and daily take the Isagenisis, Isagenix greens, and Cleanse For Life.
Because it’s easy.
I hate meal planning and drinking an Isalean Shake when I break my fast each day ensures I get started with optimal nutrition and taking the other products helps me get the antioxidants and anti-aging nutrients this over 50 bod needs.
If you can continue to eat healthy on your own and you enjoy cooking then maybe you don’t need the shakes.
You may decide the Isagenisis vitamins and Ionix are all you need daily.
You decide what is best for you.
Isagenix Meal Plans
The Isagenix plan is not complicated.
Keeping your meals to about 400-600 calories is best until you discover your calorie needs.
If you work out a lot or have a strenuous job then you will need more calories.
If you sit at a desk all day then you won’t need as much food.
You probably eat more out of boredom or habit rather than really needing the calories.
If you are used to eating a lot of processed foods and lots of snacks all day long then you will need to give your body time to adjust.
After a few days, you should find you are craving less sugar and your body is adjusting.
Whatever you do. Don’t give up.
Your Healthy Meals
Ok, so the shakes are easy.
When do you eat your meal? It can be your lunch or your dinner.
You decide what works best for your life.
Your third meal on a shake day should be balanced, like an IsaLean Shake.
Ideally, it should contain 400-600 calories and should include protein, complex carbohydrates and a variety of vitamins and minerals.
Isagenix is not keto however, if your body does better on lower carbs then, by all means, eat less pasta, breads, and potatoes (you can’t go wrong with this).
How To Make A Balanced Isagenix Meal
Use this as a guide for making your meals to help you create healthy meals that will keep you full and nourish your body.
I’m a basic cook and don’t like to make a mess nor get fancy so I usually just make a good protein and eat a variety of veggies and fat.
If you need specific meal plan ideas check out some of these websites below.
Isagenix Meal Plan Board on Pinterest.
Isagenix Meal Ideas and 400-600 Calorie Recipes – PDF
This Gal Cooks – Dinner Recipes Under 600 Calories
Isagenix Isabody Meal Ideas Under 600 Calories
What About Snacks On Shake Days
These are some healthy snacks you can have on shake days.
Seriously, you can’t mess this up unless you select cookies, desserts, and pizza.
Be reasonable. Select something you enjoy and stay away from trigger foods.
(trigger foods = foods that will make you want more and cause you to binge)
Frequently Asked Questions About The Isagenix Programs
Q: Where can I get more in-depth instructions for the Shake Days and Cleanse Days?
A: Click below to my other posts with directions.
30 Day Directions
Shake Day Directions
Cleanse Day Directions and Snack Ideas
Q: Why should I cleanse?
A: Cleanse Days can help kick-start your body’s own detoxification systems. Isagenix Cleanse for Life® Is specifically formulated to provide your body with extra support as it prepares for the benefits of intermittent fasting.
Q: Can I use IsaLean Shake Plant-Based with my current system?
A: Yes! You can easily swap IsaLean® Shakes for dairy-free IsaLean Shakes if you choose.
Q: How can I get creative with my IsaLean Shakes?
A: Easy! Try adding fresh fruit, spices like cinnamon, or Isagenix products like Isagenix Coffee, Isagenix Greens™, or Isagenix Fruits.
Just keep in mind that customizing your IsaLean Shake can increase its caloric
Go here for over 50 Shake Recipes to try
Q: If I feel tired or have a headache, should I stop using my system?
A: Have a small snack if you are experiencing these symptoms. If your symptoms are serious or persistent, seek medical attention.
Q: I just completed two Cleanse Days in a row and want to do more! Can I continue to complete Cleanse Days to maximize my success?
A: Kudos for crushing your Cleanse Days, but don’t overexert yourself. Remember, cleansing one day per week is recommended. You may choose to cleanse up to two consecutive days, but do not exceed more than that per week. We also recommend not exceeding four Cleanse Days a month.
Q: I’m a very active person, and I have been gradually increasing my workouts during my program. Should I eat more if I’m hungry?
A: We suggest swapping out one or both of your IsaLean Shakes for IsaLean PRO Shakes or simply adding a scoop of IsaPro® to 1½ scoops of IsaLean Shake to increase your protein intake. The extra protein will help fuel your body with the nutrients and calories it craves while you’re working out.
Q: Where can I get more Isagenix meal plan ideas?
A: Follow me on Pinterest where I keep meal plans (go here), schedules (go here), and protein shake recipes (go here)
Q: I still need to buy my Isagenix products. Where do I go?
A: Go here to place your order. If you have any problems or wish to order via phone call Stacy at 214-533-0328
Q: I have more questions. Who do I ask?
A: Contact Stacy at 214-533-0328 or firstname.lastname@example.org