The Ultimate Reset by Beachbody is a package of different supplements meant to help someone reset the health of their body. It is meant to restore, recover, and revitalize the way a person is feeling over the course of 21 days. This all sounds good, but what are the supplements? There is a total of 6 supplements: Detox, Power Greens, Soothe, Mineralize, Optimize, and Revitalize. They state along with the six supplements (that they do not go into detail on, which is odd) you will receive unlimited support (even though their customer service is slower than molasses).* You will also have access to their portal as well as a physical guide book that comes with the product. To put a cherry on top if you will, you also receive a “reset bracelet” to keep you accountable.
There Are Three Phases To The Program:
Phase 1: The Reclaim Phase
This is where the customer will reclaim their body by accessing the inner chemistry to prepare it for a change. The customer will need to take away red meat, and dairy from their diet.*
Phase 2: The Release Phase
During this middle phase the body is supposed to release unwanted compounds that have been stuck in the system “junk” as they put it. During this phase the customer will be focused on cleaning their colon out, and they will be on a completely vegan diet.*
Phase 3: The Restore Phase
The final phase is meant to restore the digestive system and replace lost enzymes and probiotics back into the body.*
Do Dieters Lose Weight On The Beachbody Ultimate Reset?
This program has seen success from customers who follow the program 100%. The supplements that are given as a part of the package have not been said to taste good (the green powder drinks, as well as the other supplemental powders). It is hard to tell if people love this diet, or hate it overall because of the lack of insight to its effectiveness.
Is The Beachbody Ultimate Reset Easy To Follow?
No, this program is going to be extremely difficult to follow for a number of reasons. When you are going through the detox phase you are going to feel many withdrawal symptoms. Once you get into phase two, your lifestyle and eating habits must switch over to a completely vegan diet. If anyone has tried to jump from a normal diet to a vegan diet they know the level of difficulty involved in this. All in all, this program is extremely hard to follow and it comes with a lot of different puzzle pieces regarding the supplements to take. If you have a hard time stomaching those down (which many have had this trouble) you will have a hard time completing this program.
This program is all around difficult for a variety of reasons. If you do not have to do this program, I would advise to just stay away completely. The cost for 21 days is going to be anywhere from $200.00 to $350.00 depending on the package you go with. This is so extremely expensive; I can’t even wrap my mind around it. Beware of Beachbody’s customer billing too, as it has been said to cause people a lot of grief.
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My name is Megan Smith, senior contributor at ConsumersCompare.org and several other reputable, health and nutrition publications. I have been in the health industry for over a decade and have gained a lot of information on health and physical conditioning as an athlete who competed at a professional level. In this review I’ve conducted thorough research to verify the validity of product claims, read all the feedback from trusted online sources. If contact information was provided, I called the company and asked important questions to help me write this review. I’m eager to hear your feedback about the this review, so please call 208-375-7482, email [email protected] or use this form to contact.
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