Protein shakes can help weight loss if you use them correctly but not everyone finds this method of weight loss easy. We take a look at Plexus 96 to find out more.
We are unimpressed with Plexus 96. It is extremely expensive and unless you use it as a regular part of your weight loss program, we cannot see it making much difference to your weight.
In addition, as with all Protein Shakes, there is something just extremely unhealthy with replacing a healthy meal with a chocolate drink. It does nothing to establish healthy eating habits.
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Side effects may include thirst, increased bowel movements, bloating, stomach cramps, fatigue and headaches.
It costs a whopping $32.95 for just 12 sachet servings.
As a Shake it is not too bad. It has a good vitamin and mineral profile but we can see nothing here to justify the high price. Therefore we do not recommend Plexus 96.
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Plexus 96 is a chocolate or vanilla flavour protein powder that you add to water (or milk) in order to make a satisfying drink you can use as a meal replacement when you are on the go.
It contains 15g of protein per serving plus a wide range of vitamins and minerals so should provide a nutritious meal replacement.
Plexus 96 contains 100 calories per serving, more if you add to milk, so if you are looking to lose weight it is important to use it to replace a meal, rather than drink in combination with a meal. Some people find they put on weight using protein shakes if they forget to do this.
Shake or blend 1 packet with 8 oz. of ice-cold water. Milk may be substituted for water, but will provide additional calories. Blend with 2 ice cubes for additional thickness.
Plexus 96 is a weight loss supplement from US network marketing (Multi Level Marketing) company Plexus Worldwide. You can sign up as an Ambassador and sell Plexus products yourself and benefit from a structured incentive scheme.
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There are eight key features to this supplement.
Although these all sound good, there is no real evidence that the supplement will work in the way as described.
It might work for you. If you use this supplement to replace a meal, you may lose weight if you do it often enough. After all, this supplement contains only 100 calories so as a replacement to a meal it is very low calorie alternative.
However, if you drink Plexus 96 and then eat as normal, you may even put weight on. After all not everyone considers a chocolate or vanilla drink as a real replacement to a regular meal.
Plexus 96 is a protein powder that you add to water or milk in order to make a meal replacement drink.
Each serving is equal to one sachet.
Other ingredients include:
Maltodextrin, Stevia, cocoa powder, flavourings Xanthan Gum, Glucomannan and l taurine. Ingredient quantities are not provided.
Plexus 96 also includes more than 20 vitamins and minerals. All these are in safe quantities and well within the recommended daily amount.
Whey protein can cause side effects in some people. These may include:
Not suitable for individuals under 18. Avoid if you are pregnant or breast feeding. Do not take if you are lactose intolerant or have any allergies to milk or dairy products. Consult with your doctor before you start using if you have an underlying medical condition or are taking prescription medication.
Plexus 96 does not appear to be one of Plexus more popular supplements and apart from the Plexus ambassadors who love all Plexus products, opinion seems to be lukewarm!
First up one Plexus Ambassador wrote,
I drink a Plexus 96 shake every afternoon and it gets me through the day without fatigue or brain fog or ever feeling hungry. In addition, it tastes great just mixed with a bottle of water. I’ve been doing this for six months and so far I’ve lost 34 pounds and feel better than I have in at least 10 years. I save over 40% by buying it wholesale online.
Many other Plexus Ambassadors say similar.
Real customers are not so easy to find. This lady wrote,
I tried the chocolate one first. I mixed it with milk instead of water, hoping for a richer, creamier shake. The first taste of this stuff was just awful but after that, it was okay. Don’t think I will be buying anymore of it.
Another customer was happy.
Perfect! Exactly what I ordered!
Buy via the Plexus website or from an Ambassador and you are covered by a 60-day money back guarantee.
You will need to contact Customer Care on 1-480-998-3490 within 60 days of purchase to obtain a Return Merchandise Authorization number (RMA).
If you buy via an Ambassador you should be covered by the terms but be aware that he or she will probably try to talk you into buying more products.
Plexus products are generally expensive and Plexus 96 follows this trend.
If you buy from the official Plexus website as a retail customer, it costs a whopping $32.95 for just 12 sachet servings in either vanilla or chocolate flavour.
Join as a preferred customer (auto ship) and take Monthly Evo Preferred Customer Package where you are sent fresh supplies each month you get a slight price reduction.
You can also buy Plexus 96 via Amazon USA.
One seller is selling 12 sachets of vanilla flavour and 12 sachets of chocolate flavour shake for $67.99.
You can also buy 12 sachets of Vanilla Plexus 96 for $37.95 so prices are more or less in line with the official website.
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