Foods to Enjoy & Avoid

What makes Isagenix so uniquely effective is how it’s NOT a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach and NOT a diet but a Lifestyle. This is the difference between living a lifestyle that is sustainable versus yo-yoing with a diet. Isagenix is a Healthy Balanced Lifestyle with “smarter choices” NOT a Restrictive Diet of “can’t ever have this and can’t ever have that”. Some foods make better choices than others depending upon various factors including personal goals and nutrient timing, especially when exercise is part of your overall plan. This section contains the Do’s and Don’t that we have found most effective. By most effective I mean what helps people:

a) stick to the program,
b) have a great experience, &
c) achieve their goals.

We approach it as being a “lifestyle” that can be maintained for the longer term. If the program becomes too restrictive then it’s no longer a lifestyle with choices but a diet that feels like a sentence. We always start our clients with following the program with minimal alteration to the basics as possible. But sometimes this does not work for everyone. I’d rather have someone be able to stick to their program with some modifications as needed versus giving up. This is why the coaching is so important.

Tips for Success:


30 Day Do’s and Don’ts

Foods to Enjoy;

Clean Eating
▪ Anything Isagenix
▪ Apples
▪ Asparagus
▪ Avocado
▪ Bananas (in moderation)
▪ Berries (blueberries, cranberries, strawberries, raspberries, blackberries)
▪ Broccoli
▪ Carrots
▪ Cauliflower
▪ Chicken- organic
▪ Citrus- lemon, lime, oranges in moderation
▪ Cooking oils (non-hydrogenated coconut, olive, sesame)
▪ Cucumbers
▪ Dark, leafy greens (spinach, chard, kale)
▪ Eggs (whites cooked and yokes runny)
▪ Extracts- for shake flavors- ALL natural and organic!
▪ Fish (various coldwater fish)
▪ Greek yogurt- organic plain
▪ Green beans
▪ Herbs- thyme, basil, oregano, sage, mint, etc
▪ Herbal teas
▪ Lentils/beans
▪ Lettuce (all varieties)
▪ Long grain brown rice
▪ Mushrooms
▪ Onions- leeks, green, sweet, yellow, etc
▪ Peas
▪ Peppers (green, red, yellow, orange)
▪ Potatoes (in moderation) red, white, sweet and yams
▪ Quinoa
▪ Radish
▪ Raw almonds, pecans, walnuts, cashews, pepitas, sunflower seeds- all raw
▪ Sea salt and pepper
▪ Sea vegetables (kelp, kombu, hijiki and nori)
▪ Sprouted breads or 100% whole- wheat bread
▪ Sprouts
▪ Squash
▪ Tomatoes
▪ Vinegar- apple cider, balsamic
▪ Zucchini

Foods to Avoid;

▪ Alcohol
▪ Artificial colorings
▪ Artificial flavorings
▪ Artificial sweeteners
▪ Black teas
▪ Bread
▪ Chips and crackers
▪ Cold cuts (nitrates)
▪ Coffee
▪ Cooking oils (safflower, sunflower, corn, canola, peanut)
▪ Deep-fried foods
▪ Enriched foods
▪ Enriched pasta
▪ Excessive Salt
▪ Fast food
▪ Fruit juice
▪ High-fat cheese
▪ Instant, packaged foods
▪ Margarine
▪ Pork products (including ham and bacon)
▪ Preservatives
▪ Processed food
▪ Refined carbohydrates
▪ Shortening
▪ Soda pop
▪ Soy proteins
▪ Sugar (including brown, powdered and confectioner’s)
▪ White flour and white riceInspiring