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My 3 Day Shakeology Cleanse

I have been exercising, eating clean and have enjoyed seeing a steady weight loss. Then for some reason my weight started to hover for almost two weeks. It was becoming very frustrating.  I wanted to see my weight drop and it wasn’t moving.  I started to second guess my calorie intake and some of the things I was eating.  I heard people talk about the Shakeology cleanse and it sounded like something that might help me move past this plateau. The decision to give it a try came after Mark Briggs posted his video on Facebook reporting his results. Mark reported losing over 7 pounds using the Shakeology 3 day cleanse. He has a very low body fat percentage and if he got those results surely it would help me. I didn’t see the 7 pound loss that Mark got but I am extremely happy with the 5 pounds I did lose. Seeing the scale move 5 pounds over three days made my week. I found it pretty simple to follow and I am very happy with the results. I am once again excited to continue my efforts.

I have outlined the 3 day Shakeology cleanse in more detail on the Shakeology page of this website.

You can use the Shakeology 3 Day Cleanse to jump start a weight loss program, move past a plateau, reset your portions and cleanse your system.

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4 Comments

  1. Congrats on your success with the Shake Cleanse. Ive been considering trying it but I’m wondering if I should wait until I”m in between fitness programs. I’m finishing up ChaLEAN Extreme but am eager to get started on Asylum on Aug 1. Did you have to change your workout or do a less intensive workout while doing the cleanse?

  2. I was really happy with the 4 pounds I lost in four days (I lost another pound the day I went back to my regular diet). It was good for a recharge! I may try to do it between semesters, so once every four months or so.

  3. I still have not tried the 3 Day Cleanse. I really have got to give it a shot one of these days. Probably during the week. I bet it would be easier than on a weekend. Don’t you think?

    • I wouldn’t do it on days you workout hard. You will be taking in much lower calories than normal and could experience that during the workout. The weekends are usually tough because of all the activities and food options. I guess it just depends on how busy your weekends are.

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