Cool banner, huh. But is the product any good?
You could ask Mary Ann Kobes, who says that she drinks it every day. Being a winner in the Shakeology weekly contest (ends March 25, 2010) and winning $1,000.00 might make her more inclined to keep drinking it, though.
You could ask me. I am a runner who trains 7 days a week, as well as doing strength workouts to keep my upper body in shape. I drink Shakeology every single day and would not even think of missing a day because it keeps me going. I don’t just run, I also work a long day that includes having my 5 and 3 year olds with me all day (that in itself is a full time job in case you didn’t know).
Your third option would be to try it for yourself for 30 days and get a full refund if you don’t like it. That to me seems like the best way to find out what the big deal is about Shakeology. Maybe your body doesn’t need the 70 healthy ingredients. Maybe your taste buds would rather experience fast food and junk food (that, of course, would be a great reason to try Shakeology). Or maybe you think that it is too expensive. Who can put a price on good health, though, and you are, in fact, not creating a new expense but transferring your spending on unhealthy food to spending on healthy food that you need less of to satisfy your nutrient needs.