All Day Energy Greens was founded in 2008 by The Institue Of Vibrant Living, and they are located in Camp Verde, Arizona. The company that produces All Day Energy Greens is called the “Institute for Vibrant Living” and they provide an entire line of products ranging from men’s health to weight loss. I am reviewing the energy greens supplement that comes in a powder form. The supplement has natural plant and vegetable extracts such as:
Ginger root, Green tea, Milk thistle, Organic beet root, Aloe Vera, and Organic barley grass powder.
A major downfall is that while their title promotes energy, there have been more negative reviews noticing no increase in energy while taking this supplement.
Regarding their support line, it was easy to get ahold of them. Their money back guarantee was lifetime, even if the product had been opened. This was nice to know that the customer could take a risk, and purchase the product with no obligations. The product itself is rather expensive, which is why they have their lifetime guarantee. For a one-month supply of the All Day Energy Greens it costs $40.00 per canister.* They are a Better Business Bureau accredited company, see it here. Most if not all of their complaints came from the products and service of the actual supplement they were buying which is not a good thing when you are looking into purchasing it yourself.
Do Dieters Lose Weight On All Day Energy Greens?
While there have been mixed reviews about this product actually doing its job, it seems like another gimmick product in a market full of items exactly like this. Some people have seen success while others have not, but many times people are just complaining about the overall effectiveness of the product and what the company claimed it would actually do versus what it really does. The taste was reported to be bitter, and the lack of energy it gave to people was a point of concern as well.* A few reviews from outside web sources:
GG* said, “The taste was almost intolerable, however, I drank it. After three days, I was nauseated, vomiting and very constipated. I stopped taking it and my symptoms subsided. Tried it again because I really wanted it to work. Same issues. Tried to obtain an RMA to get the promised refund. No help there. Customer Service number did not accept calls at any time from 8am to midnight as their hours state. Plan to keep trying to reach Customer Service.”
Joyce* said, “All Day Energy Greens made a “lot” of promises. I used it for almost a month and it did absolutely nothing for me. I certainly had no more energy, nor did I feel better in any way whatsoever. In fact it gave me diarrhea. It did not taste good and often did not all dissolve in the juice I mixed it in.” She went onto say that she couldn’t finish it and will consider it all a waste of money. Even though there is a money back guarantee if you purchase on Amazon, you can’t return after 30-days.
Karen Mikkelsen* said, “This product did not perform as expected or as the product claimed. After using it for almost a month, I did not have any of the effects claimed in advertisement. It also tastes and smells like old dirty tennis shoes but not as bad when mixed in with a smoothie. I will not be purchasing anymore of this product.”
When taking a deep look into their website, there were no clinical studies done on why the All Day Energy Greens was formulated. Nor is there any evidence that the formula was scientifically thought out, as not a single sentence of information is given to readers.*
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Is All Day Energy Greens Easy To Follow?
Because All Day Energy Greens is not a diet, but rather a supplement it is easy to take. To use “All Day Energy Greens” you mix one scoop a day with a smoothie, or drink of choice. For one canister it is going to cost you $40.00. It is said that each scoop is meant to be equivalent to five servings of fruits and vegetables. The main objective of this product is supposed to give you renewed energy, not to help you lose unwanted weight. This is a hefty price tag for a one-month supply of a product that is not even proven to help you gain more energy.
Everyone’s bodies react differently to supplementation, so because All Day Energy Greens has all natural ingredients, there have been no negative side effects reported. The only minor side effect was a bad aftertaste that the supplement left, as well as the product not giving them more energy. There were other reports of digestive problems after taking the product, and minor allergies that came from ingredients in the supplement. It will vary from person to person.
All Day Energy Greens can be bought directly through their website, Amazon, and Vitamin Shoppe online. No matter where you buy the supplement, the money back guarantee is the same, which is relieving. They do not have any social media outlets, as they are mainly a supplement company who distributes to locations like Amazon and Vitamin Shoppe.*
When it is all said and done, All Day Energy Greens is made with good ingredients, but it has not been proven to help someone gain more energy and shed unwanted pounds as they do not provide any scientific evidence on the website about it. To top it all off, the taste has been under par, which has left a sour taste in the customer’s mouths. I would not personally buy this product, as it is very expensive for what you are getting, and it is unproven.
*Please keep in mind that with any diet or weight loss program, individual results will vary.
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