Isagenix  is safe for pregnant woman and nursing moms, I should know  from personal experience as a consultant.  I am pregnant with my second baby and my obstetrician said I should be taking protein shakes to combat my dizziness and tiredness that I was fighting on a daily basis. The amazing results were noticeable within a few days of starting my shakes, now I’m 9 weeks away from delivering my second son and I have energy to spare.

A very good question for pregnant and nursing woman is what isagenix products can be used during pregnancy and while nursing, though all products in the Isagenix family are extremely healthy only a few can be used by pregnant and nursing moms.

The Products are as follows:

The Isalean Shake is the main Protein shake of the system and that is completely safe for pregnant and nursing moms.  They will give you the additional nutrients that your body will need during pregnancy and for when you breastfeed.

The Isagenix Snacks are safe as well.  They are made from the shakes but are in a compressed form.

Isadelight chocolates are a safe and delicious treat when you are having those cravings

Isalean bars are a delicious alternative to the shakes

Slimcakes are a oatmeal fruit cookie which are also great for those cravings we all get while pregnant  and a perfect snack while breastfeeding

 FiberSnacks! At only 150 calories, these healthy, gluten-free treats allow you to snack smart without skimping on taste. FiberSnacks contain high-quality whey and milk protein from sustainable New Zealand dairy farms where the cows are free-grazing and not treated with artificial hormones or antibiotics. Protein helps promote muscle growth and maintenance while also providing essential amino acids, which are the building blocks for the body’s cellular proteins and enzymes.

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*** Please note that you should consult with your doctor when you start any program.  Isagenix is a safe healthy program, but for some women they may need additional iron, have medical problems etc which should be discussed with your doctor or obstetrician.