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Isagenix Scam: The Only Scam is the Scammers

 

Isagenix Scam

Is Isagenix a Scam?

Did you know that almost 45oo people every month search Google for the keyword Isagenix scam?

Have you arrived at this webpage because you are one of them?

If so, I am glad that you have found your way here and I invite you to read some of the blog pages and posts.

I think you will find that Isagenix is anything but a scam.

Very simply stated, Isagenix is a company that produces health and wellness products and programs.

The flagship program is the 30-Day Fat-Burning and Nutritional Cleansing Program.

There is also a 9-Day version of this program.

 

If you would like to chat with me about how to purchase Isagenix products and/or how to make money as an Isagenix Associate, contact me anytime via email at astransman@rogers.com or by telephone at 416-519-4427.

 

Where Did the Idea Come from that Isagenix is a Scam?

This website is all about presenting the views of some of the most respected authorities in the world of nutrition regrarding Isagenix products and ingredients.

I never expect people to take my word for it as I am not a health care professional or nutritionist.

But Dr. Nancy Leslie is.

She is a Registered Nurse, a Naturopathic Doctor and a Ph.D. in Alternative Medicine.

Here is an excerpt from an interview which Dr. Leslie did earlier this year with Ron Reid, Host of the weekly Health, Wealth and Wellness teleconference series. In this particular excerpt, Ron asks Dr. Leslie to sum up her opinion of the Fat-Burning and Nutritional Cleansing programs from Isagenix, which have been the main subject of the interview:

Ron Reid: Dr. Leslie, once again, thank you so much for taking your valuable [time] to join with all of us and share your wisdom and your experience and your insights. We so appreciate it. I’d like to give you just an opportunity to say whatever you’d like to say in closing because we are just about at the end of our time.

Dr. Leslie: Well, I first want to just let you know how much I appreciate being asked to come on to your show. It’s really an honor. I’m just honored by the people that are listening. And I just want to, from the deepest part of my heart, tell you, from experience, from my knowledge, from my studies, from my research, that this is a top-of-the-line line product that’s a comprehensive nutritional and cleansing program for the body for life not just for 30 days. And it’s something that I will incorporate for the rest of my life because I want to live my life healthy until the day I die. I want to live long and I want to live [so that] my performance and I have the highest quality of life. This is what I’m going to use to accomplish that. It’s the best gift that I feel anybody can give to their friends and family. I’ll tell you what. My daughters and my son-in-laws and my grandchildren will not be without it.

 

If you would like to chat with me about how to purchase Isagenix products and/or how to make money as an Isagenix Associate, contact me anytime via email at astransman@rogers.com or by telephone at 416-519-4427.

 

Isagenix a Scam? Say Again?

Let’s review the main points that Dr. Leslie makes in the excerpt cited above:

  • Isagenix is a top-of-the-line product
  • Isagenix is a comprehensive nutritional and cleansing program for the body for life – not just for 30 days
  • Dr. Leslie not only recommends Isagenix products for her patients, she intends to use them for the rest of her life
  • Dr. Leslie believes that Isagenix is the best gift that anybody can give to their friends and family

 

If you would like to chat with me about how to purchase Isagenix products and/or how to make money as an Isagenix Associate, contact me anytime via email at astransman@rogers.com or by telephone at 416-519-4427.

 

Isagenix is Clearly NOT a Scam

I have been involved with Isagenix for over 6 years, and I am used to people questioning whether or not it is a scam.

I find this interesting because, in addition to the nutritional experts whose interviews appear in the Free PDF that is available in the top right hand corner of this screen, I have had a number of my own personal friends and colleagues from the Personal Trainer industry – guys like Sheldon Persaud and Steve Bentley – research every aspect of the Isagenix products and ingredients, and there is not a scintilla of evidence that Isagenix is anything but a super food.

And yet, there will always be doubters – not just about Isagenix but about everything.

Take a look at the video below:

 

If you would like to chat with me about how to purchase Isagenix products and/or how to make money as an Isagenix Associate, contact me anytime via email at astransman@rogers.com or by telephone at 416-519-4427.

 

 What I Wouldn’t Do For a Large Sock Filled With Manure For That Guy

If you are familiar with the Woody Allen movie, “Annie Hall” then you may recall the scene in which Woody’s character and Annie Hall are in line to see a movie and a self-appointed film critic starts giving his interpretation of Marshall McLuhan’s theories, prompting Woody to say, “What I wouldn’t do for a large sock filled with manure.

I feel the same way when people post a video entitled, “Isaegnix Scam” and then concede in the first 30 seconds that:

  • Isagenix is not a scam at all
  • Isagenix is a legitimate company
  • Isagenix has great products
  • Isagenix has great leadership

 

 

Not Only Is There No Isagenix Scam, There is a Great Business Opportunity

This website is intended for people who are passionate about optimal nutrition, and in  providing their body with the highest-quality nutrients available anywhere for optimal function.

Those are the kinds of people who I think can really make the most of the phenomenal Isagenix business opportunity.

I hope that you can clearly see from this post that Isagenix is anything but a scam

If you would like to find out more about the Isagenix products and programs, I invite you to contact me, Alan Stransman, via:

Email: astransman@rogers.com

or

Phone: 416-519-4427

or

Skype: AlanStransman

To Meet Alan Stransman, Click the Video Below:

 

 

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