Amway Body Key Products are geared toward individuals who need to lose weight the convenient way. In this product line they carry products such as microwave popcorn, meal replacement shakes, chips, meal replacement bars, soup mix, and craving gummies. While these all sound good, the true question is will they do the job and help the customer lose weight and keep it off without having to repurchase the snacks from Amway? It is said that Amway products will not change the way your body processes fat, protein, and carbs as well as boost your metabolism.* I want to look deeper into the meal replacement shakes, as they pertain more to the actual weight loss side of things rather than popcorn and gummies.
According to the website, these shakes have just 140 calories, 15 grams of carbohydrates, and three grams of fat (zero grams of saturated fat). * Plus, they offer:
- 15 total grams of protein: 7 from soy and 8 from dairy
- 35% of the Daily Value of 24 vitamins and minerals
- 500 mg of plant sterols per shake
It is really not that impressive considering that there are so many companies nowadays with replacement shakes that offer less calories per serving with at least 20 grams of protein and are cheaper in price sometimes as much as 50% less.
Ingredients In The Body Key Ready To Drink Meal Replacement Shakes:
Soy Protein Isolate, Plant sterols, Erythritol, Partially hydrolyzed guar gum, Hops extract, Acacia extract, Lactospore probiotic, Vitamin A palmitate, Ascorbic acid, Cholecalciferol, D-alpha tocopheryl acetate, Thiamine hydrochloride, Riboflavin, Niacinamide, Pyridoxine hydrochloride, Cyanocobalamin, Biotin, Folic acid, d-calcium pantothenate, Tricalcium phosphate, Copper sulfate, Ferrous sulfate, Potassium iodide, Magnesium sulfate, Zinc sulfate, Chromium chloride, Monopotassium phosphate, Cocoa, Stevia, and Cellulose gum.
Do Dieters Lose Weight On Amway Body Key?
There has been a mixed bag of reviews saying people liked the product, and the calorie amount was sufficient for an actual meal replacement. Others stated they really did not like the taste, because the shakes were really gritty and hard to get down. This company is not very popular in the grand scheme of weight loss products, so it does not surprise me that not many people have heard of them before. However, the company has been around for quite some time, which is refreshing to see and helps when it comes to trust.
Is Amway Body Key Easy To Follow?
To take these shakes, it is somewhat easy to follow; as they are simple meal replacement shakes. You are required to take 2 shakes per day, and use them as complete meal replacement shakes. If you are able to sustain your cravings and feel okay on a simple shake for a good portion of the day you are going to be able to easily follow the guidelines for this shake.
This is most definitely not the worst company and product we have ever reviewed, but they definitely do not score high in popularity. The shakes have been said to taste okay, not great. The other products (not reviewed) have also said to do nothing for cravings (so why not just eat good popcorn versus the stuff they provide?). Dieting is all about finding the right program that works in correlation to your body type, and your goals as a dieter. Don’t over compromise for a product you do not love. Most companies should give you a solid money back guarantee, and if they do not be aware ahead of time.
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