I get asked a lot about the calories in the Isagenix shakes.
Sometimes people think there are too many calories in these shakes but considering they are full meal replacements the Isalean shakes have just the right combination of carbs, protein, fat, and calories to fuel and fill you up.
Watch this video to get a breakdown of the nutrition information and what is in the Isalean Shakes.
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Calories In The Isagenix Shakes
There are several different Isagenix shakes.
- Isalean Shake – meal replacement
- Whole Blend – meal replacement
- Isalean Pro Shake – meal replacement
- IsaPro – protein supplement
- Tri-Release – protein supplement
Below you can see the calorie count for each one.
240 calories: 6 grams of fat, 24 grams of carbohydrate, 24 grams of protein.
Isalean Whole Blend Shake
230 calories: 6 grams of fat, 22 grams of carbohydrate, 24 grams of protein
Isalean Pro Shake
280 calories: 6 grams of fat, 21 grams of carbohydrate, 36 grams of protein
How The Isagenix Shake Calories Compare To Each Other
Isagenix Isalean Shake Flavors
Isagenix has a variety of shake flavors to choose from.
Creamy French Vanilla Isalean Shake
Strawberry Cream Isalean Shake
Chocolate Mint Isalean Shake
Birthday Cake Isalean Shake
Strawberry Cream Isalean Pro
Natural Chocolate Isalean Pro
French Vanilla Isalean Pro
Natural Vanilla Isalean Pro
Whole Blend Isagenix Shakes
Ingredients In The Isagenix Isalean Shake
Here are the Isalean shake nutrition facts taken straight from the product label.
Creamy Dutch Chocolate
Exclusive Myo-IsaLean Complex™ [whey protein concentrate (undenatured), milk protein concentrate (undenatured), low-heat nonfat dry milk], fructose, natural Dutch cocoa powder, isomaltooligosaccharide powder, sunflower (Helianthus annuus) oil powder, natural flavors, olive (Olea europaea) oil powder, xanthan gum, flax (Linum usitatissimum) seed powder, medium chain triglyceride oil powder, Ionic Alfalfa™ (Medicago sativa) leaf extract, potassium citrate, magnesium oxide, tricalcium phosphate, sea salt, enzyme blend [lactase (from Aspergillus oryzae), lipase (from Rhizopus oryzae), cellulase (from Trichoderma longibrachiatum), invertase (from Saccharomyces cerevisiae), protease (from Aspergillus oryzae), amylase (from Bacillus subtilis), bromelain (from Ananas comosus), papain (from Carica papaya), acid stable protease (from Aspergillus niger)], magnesium citrate, silicon dioxide, yucca (Yucca schidigera) root powder, vitamin C (ascorbic acid), magnesium stearate, psyllium (Plantago ovata) seed powder, biotin, selenium amino acid chelate, cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum) bark powder, stevia (Stevia rebaudiana) leaf extract, vitamin E succinate, copper amino acid chelate, vitamin A (beta carotene), zinc oxide, manganese amino acid chelate, iodine amino acid chelate, niacinamide, vitamin B5 (d-calcium pantothenate), vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol), chromium amino acid chelate, niacin, molybdenum amino acid chelate, vitamin B6 (pyridoxine HCI), vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin), vitamin B2 (riboflavin), Lactobacillus acidophilus, vitamin B1 (thiamin HCI), folic acid
Contains milk ingredients.
Isagenix Whole Blend Dairy Free Shakes
The plant based shakes are a nice alternative if you have trouble with whey or if you prefer a dairy free shake.
Vanilla Chai Dairy Free
Phyto-IsaLean™ Complex (fava bean protein isolate, mung bean protein concentrate, pea protein concentrate), soluble vegetable fiber, natural flavors, sunflower oil powder, medium-chain triglyceride oil powder, molasses powder, cellulose, xanthan gum, chia seed powder, Ionic Alfalfa™ (Medicago sativa) stem and leaf extract, vegetable and fruit extract blend (broccoli, spinach, kale, pumpkin, sweet potato, sunflower seed, cranberry, chlorella, maitake mushroom, shiitake mushroom), sea salt, cinnamon, stevia (Stevia rebaudiana) leaf extract, Lactobacillus acidophilus.
Chocolate Dairy Free
Phyto-IsaLean® Complex (fava bean protein isolate, mung bean protein concentrate, pea protein concentrate), soluble vegetable fiber, cocoa powder, sunflower oil powder, medium-chain triglyceride oil powder, molasses powder, natural flavors, cellulose, chia seed powder, xanthan gum, Ionic Alfalfa™ (Medicago sativa) stem and leaf extract, vegetable and fruit extract blend (broccoli, spinach, kale, pumpkin, sweet potato, sunflower seed, cranberry, chlorella, maitake mushroom, shiitake mushroom), sea salt, stevia (Stevia rebaudiana) leaf extract, Lactobacillus acidophilus.
Why Buy The Isagenix Shakes?
IsaLean Shake is a nutritious, balanced meal replacement clinically tested to promote effective, healthy weight loss and lean muscle building.
It’s a low-glycemic shake with energy-fueling carbohydrates, good fats, vitamins and minerals, and 24 grams of high-quality protein.
- Superior branched-chain amino acid profile
- Active enzymes to help ease digestion
- Essential trace minerals
- Natural ingredients with no artificial flavors, colors, or sweeteners
- No trans fat
Check out this video to learn the top 10 reasons people are obsessed with these shakes.
Seasonal Isagenix Shake Flavors To Watch For
Pumpkin Spice Isalean Shake (learn more)
Pina Colada Isalean Shake (learn more)
Mocha Isalean Shake
Orange Isalean Shake
Raspberry Cheesecake Isalean Shake (learn more)
Salted Caramel Isalean Shake (learn more)
Cookies and Cream Isalean Shake (learn more)
Caramel Latte IsaLean Pro Shake (learn more)
8 Reasons to Start Your Day With a Protein-Dense Shake
Your mom always told you that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Of course, mom’s always right. But does the science back her recommendation up?
From an array of studies, scientists have demonstrated the efficacy of breakfast for a variety of health benefits. The number of these benefits also increases if that early morning meal is higher in protein, particularly in the form of a protein-dense shake.
Here is a running list that should give you more reasons to start every day with a nutritious, high-protein meal. Or, better yet, a protein-dense meal-replacement shake:
1. Improved Concentration and Memory
From large observational trials, mainly targeted toward children, breakfast is shown to be strongly associated with improved concentration and memory (1) Scientists suggest that this is due to breakfast’s immediate impact on blood sugar to fuel young brains (2,3).
In one of the largest systematic reviews that included more than 40 studies, eating breakfast compared to skipping breakfast was strongly associated with enhanced cognitive function, learning, and memory in adolescents and children (3). In addition, breakfast was linked to improved mood, reduced feelings of tiredness, and enhanced academic performance (3).
2. Improved Nutritional Status
Eating breakfast daily is consistently associated with having an improved nutritional status. The likely reason is because the morning meal compared to other meals generally consists of foods that are higher in protein, fiber, and vitamin and mineral content (4). These include whole-grain cereals, fruits and berries, and dairy products like milk or yogurt.
From another systematic review of more than 47 observational studies in children and adolescents, consistent breakfast eaters are associated with an improved overall nutritional status compared to their breakfast-skipping peers (4). Interestingly, the kids who ate breakfast consumed more calories daily compared to breakfast skippers, and yet were less likely to be overweight.
3. Improved Energy Expenditure
Here’s at least one explanation for why breakfast might have a positive impact on weight management – increased energy expenditure from physical activity. In a randomized controlled trial, scientists showed that eating breakfast led healthy adults to be more physically active and increased the likelihood that they would exercise during the day (5,6). That increased energy expenditure from physical activity may represent a notable burn of additional calories supporting weight management, although the researchers didn’t note an impact from breakfast on overall metabolism.
4. Improved Metabolism (with more protein)
More protein at breakfast could be the key to improving metabolism. In a long-term study on participants attempting to lose weight, a diet higher in protein (1.5 g/kg/d) versus a diet normal in protein (0.8g/kg/d) increased thermogenesis and energy expenditure after meals (7). In a short-term section of the same study, the scientists also evaluated the effects of a breakfast meal consisting of 30 percent protein on metabolism (7). They found that the high-protein breakfast led to improved metabolism, higher fat oxidation (fat burning), and lower perceived hunger throughout the day.
5. Improved Control of Hunger
A high-protein breakfast’s ability to satisfy hunger can have direct impacts on weight management. One randomized crossover trial compared eating a high-protein breakfast (35 g protein) with a normal-protein breakfast of equal calories (350 Kcal) and breakfast skipping in overweight late-adolescent girls. After 12 weeks, the study found that the girls who ate a higher-protein breakfast led to improved satiety and a reduction in reward-driven eating (8). Notably, the girls who ate breakfast higher in protein consumed fewer high-fat evening snacks and didn’t see any weight gain during the trial compared to the girls who skipped breakfast or ate a normal-protein breakfast (8).
6. Normal Blood Sugar Balance
In another randomized controlled trial, scientists compared the impacts of three equal-calorie breakfasts – high-protein, high-fat, and high-carb – on the blood sugar of 20 healthy adults (9). After breakfast, the subjects followed up by eating a 50g piece of white bread or a glucose drink of equal calories. The researchers reported that only those who had consumed a high-protein breakfast had an attenuated postprandial rise in glycemic response (9).
7. Improved Muscle Maintenance
A daily high-protein breakfast also helps adults with maintaining more muscle as they get older. Because of a blunted anabolic response that comes with age, scientists suggest that older adults should consume meals containing 30 to 40 grams of protein three times a day to maximally stimulate muscle synthesis (10). Breakfast represents an important target for intervention for older adults because lunch and dinner are typically when adults consume most of their daily protein.
8. Improve Sleep During Weight Loss
Finally, a higher protein intake supplemented with a protein-dense shake in the morning can help protect against the sleeplessness caused during a weight loss regimen, according to the findings of two recent randomized controlled trials. The first trial found that overweight adults who get more protein earlier in the day got to sleep earlier and had fewer waking episodes during the night (11). A follow-up pilot trial also demonstrated that a whey-based shake consumed at breakfast led to better satiety and sleep efficiency, which is a combination of falling asleep earlier, total sleep time, and perceived sleep quality (12).
Rest easy! As it turns out, science suggests breakfast is still the most important meal of the day. But for best results, make it a portion-controlled meal higher in protein. This is most conveniently achieved with a protein-packed shake.
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