Weight Loss

Body By Vi Review

Ever since I got my gallbladder taken out a couple of years ago, food has not been my best friend. I tend to default to protein shakes and the like since they are easy to digest. I do have my favorites and I could consume the same thing 365 days in a row and be ok with it. I am pretty picky, so once I find something I like, I stay with it. However, if I don’t like it, forget it, I will never buy or touch the product again. So began my first feelings about the shake mix by Body by Vi (Visalus Sciences). I used the Nutritional Shake Mix in the Sweet Cream Flavor. I made it like I usually make my shakes; with almond milk, frozen strawberries and blueberries and flax and chia seeds. I just kept tasting something in the shake I was not accustomed to and did not like. Then I got a reminder email from the Visalus Science representative that reminded me she emailed recipes and to try the Butterfinger recipe. Well I did and what a difference. Now, picky, shake loving me, can honestly say, it was delicious! The phantom taste vanished and whatever it was, was now undetectable by me. I could drink this recipe of the Body By Vi shake 365 days a year! I promise you, it is that yummy!

The Body by Vi shake mix is only one component of a much larger regimen, but for this part of the program I give it a “thumbs up”! The shake mix is GMO free and contains no soy. I think soy is getting to be the new thing to stay away from, so at least you can know it is not in the Body By Vi shakes.

The websites I have visited are well put together and if you need to lose some weight, this could be what you are looking for as you will have support and incentives to help you along the way.

*I did not receive any financial compensation for this review, though I did review a sample of the product for evaluation purposes. This giveaway is not related to Facebook in any way. The opinions are based only on my experiences with the product.*

Jeannie

Jeannie currently lives in California with her family, and enjoys reading and playing with paper of all kinds. She is and active blogger and is involved with many communities and groups online, mostly due to her professional relationship with paper, glue and scissors.

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