Isagenix IsaLean Weight Loss and Cleansing Shakes

The IsaLean Shake is the primary product offering from Isagenix, and is quickly gaining popularity within the industry. Overall, it’s a fairly higher priced product, but is packed with great vitamins and minerals, and well balanced in macro nutrients (protein, carbs, fiber, etc.).

If you are looking into purchasing some of these shakes, take the time and go through some of the reviews and comparisons that we’ve put together as a reference. We’ve stacked together all of the best shakes in one place for you to put side-by-side and figure out which one is best for you.

IsaLean vs IsaLean Pro Shakes

Another one of the more popular products from Isagenix is their IsaLean Pro Shakes, which are packed with 36g of protein (compared to the normal shake’s 24g of protein). These are great options for people trying to put on more muscle, such as body builders, men, fitness competitors, etc.

How Much Does the IsaLean Shake Cost?

The cost of this cleanse at retail is right around $51.95 if you buy it in the larger canister. There are also smaller packets available for on-the-go.

At 14 servings per canister, that makes it come out right at $3.71 per shake / serving, which is on the higher end of weight loss cleanses in general, but still less than normal meals. Isagenix estimates that if you were to use their 30 day cleanse system for a full 30 days, your food cost  would be right around $350 per month, which is on average lower than most people’s costs.

Where Can I Buy It?

There are basically 2 main places that you can buy these shakes: through independent associates or through online sales channels.

1) Independent Associates

Traditionally, these shakes were sold exclusively through their independent distributors (called associates). Because Isagenix is a network marketing company, these independent associates make a commission of whatever products they sell, and also try to sign people up under them to also sell the Isagenix product line. If you do signup, there is usually a discount on your products as well.

So if you are looking to buy some IsaLean shakes, a good place to get them is through any of the associates that you know.

2) Online Ordering and Amazon

Another place that most people don’t think of when trying to buy the shakes is online channels such as Amazon, eBay and other marketplace retailers. Many associates have extra inventory, so like to sell portions of it off at discounted prices. Even the Isagenix corporation sells their products via these sales channels as well.

So if you don’t know any associates, or just want a hassle-free ordering process, I would definitely check out ordering through Amazon. Their sales process is very familiar to most people, quick and painless. No upsells or trying to get you to start selling the stuff yourself.

Comparisons vs Other Cleanses

IsaLean Shake User Reviews

Overall rating: 5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews

Excellent Shakes! I Prefer the IsaLean Pro

★★★★★ (5 out of 5)
Love these shakes overall! For a 'weight loss shake' they actually don't taste too bad, and are really packed with great nutrition. For some reason, even when I just have a part of one of these, I feel very full for a long time, which is awesome when trying to avoid snacking. They are a bit more expensive than other options, but overall, they are a great meal replacement.”


★★★★★ (5 out of 5)
OMG I Love these shakes! Definitely caught the IsaBug and can't live without them now!! LoVe to have these things with me all the time, whenever I get hungry. Life. Saver!”

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Nutritional Information

1) General Info

Company Isagenix
Product Video
Flavors Available Creamy French Vanilla, Creamy Dutch Chocolate, Black Sesame, Kosher Natural Creamy Vanilla

2) Servings and Price

Servings 14
Price 51.95
Price / Serving $3.71

3) Allergens

Gluten Free? Yes
Dairy Free? No (But Available)
Soy Free? Yes

4) Macro Nutrition

Calories 240
Fat 5
Saturated Fat 2
Source of Fat Olive oil, sunflower seed oil, flax seed oil, coconut oil
Carbohydrates 24
Sugar 11
Source of Sugar Fructose
Fiber 8
Protein 24
Source of Protein Whey Protein, milk protein
Sugar 11
Artificial Sweetneners? No
Artificial Flavors? No

5) Vitamins & Minerals

Percentage of Daily Value based on a 2,000 Calorie diet

Vitamin A 50%
Vitamin C 40%
Calcium 32%
Iron 2%
Vitamin D 80%
Vitamin E 35%
Thiamin 60%
Riboflavin 70%
Niacin 45%
Vitamin B6 60%
Vitamin B12 200%
Biotin 45%
Pantothenic Acid 40%
Phosphorus 24%
Iodine 40%
Magnesium 40%
Zinc 45%
Selenium 40%
Copper 50%
Manganese 60%
Chromium 80%
Molybdenum 60%