Support Your Health, Weight and Performance Goals with the Highest Quality Shakes

Feel vibrant and energised from the moment you wake until the day ends

We Help You Choose The Right Shake and The Right Protein Powder to Suit You

See the recommendations and comparisons below

The Benefits of the Right Shake


Quick, Easy and Time Efficient

Cost Effective

Fast Snack or Meal

Supports Protein and Nutritional Needs

Aids Muscle Growth

Boosts Fat Loss

Enhances Performance

Decreases Cortisol Production

Reduces Stress

Controls Blood Sugar

Assists Mental Stability

Strengthens Bones

Slows Ageing

Improves Healing 

Boosts Immunity and Disease Prevention

A Part of a Healthy Human Diet since the 1800's

Nutrient Dense, Satisfying, Filling and Enjoyable


But...NOT all Shakes are Created Equal

How To Compare?

Nutrition Deficiency Fact 

Many people including children do not have enough clean, lean, high-quality protein (see The Importance of Protein below) and food nutrients (vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, carbohydrates, essential fats, enzymes and fibre) at the right times throughout the day, particularly at breakfast (which is the meal that sets up your day) to maintain vital health and comfortable weight. Food quality and food preparation time are two main issues.


Tell Tale Signs of Protein and Nutrient Deficiency include cravings, stubborn fat and weight gain, unstable sugar levels, sleep issues, lack of muscle strength, tone and  weakness, low energy and performance, moodiness and mental instability, slow healing, weakened immunity, illness and disease.


Solution the Right Shake can help address these nutrition deficiencies by providing essential high quality nutrition everyday.


High Versus Low Quality

This information will help remove the confusion and misunderstanding around the quality, composition, and benefits of shakes, protein powders and whey. You will be able to identify high versus low quality and choose the right ones to include in your eating plan to help meet your protein and nutritional needs.

What I Use and Recommend

"I enjoy using the high-quality whole food Isagenix IsaLean whey and plant-based shakes every day to stabilize my daily protein and provide the high-quality nutrients that I need to balance my busy, active and sometimes demanding life".


IsaLean shakes are a nutritious, low-glycemic, meal replacement shake that delivers chemical free undenatured quality protein, energy-fueling carbohydrates, trace minerals, good fats, digestive enzymes, pre and probiotics, and filling fibre to maintain your good health.


Just add purified water and maybe a little ice and you have a protein-rich infusion that contains all the nutrients, minerals, complex amino acids and digestive support you need.


"These shakes have more nutrition than you could ever fit on a plate and they taste amazing".

I recommend you let us help you find The Right Shake for you. You will love the difference it will make to your mind and body every day.

What Makes Shakes Right?  

  • GRASS-fed New Zealand cows milk and highest quality whey protein

  • Cows not treated with hormones or antibiotics

  • Cows milked according to the season - i.e. they're not kept pregnant all year

  • No artificial ingredients

  • Undenatured (correctly processed) - Whey Concentrate

  • Cheerful certified cows

  • Natural undenatured plant based protein 

  • Exceeds the USDA organic standards

Isagenix Shakes 

What Makes Shakes Wrong?  

  • GRAIN-fed cows milk on GMO (genetically modified) corn and soy

  • Cows treated with hormones, steroids and antibiotics

  • Cows milked all year round

  • Contain artificial sweeteners and ingredients

  • Denatured (over processed) - Whey Isolate

  • From unhappy cows

  • Over processed GMO plant proteins

  • Not organic

Choose The Right IsaShake For You

Vanilla - Chocolate - Strawberry - Choc Mint - Dairy Free Choc and Chai

Undenatured - Chemical Free - Pure Protein + Whole Foods 

A complete, low-glycaemic, shake meal to help maintain weight and good health.

24g protein x 4 Flavours

Pure-Protein Boost

High-quality undenatured whey protein concentrate to add the protein you need everyday.

27g protein  x 1 Flavour

For Active Individuals

Complete meal replacement for maximum lean muscle building and boosting performance.

36g protein x 3 Flavours 

Plant-Based Protein

A nutritious shake to support lean muscle growth suitable for dairy sensitive and vegetarian diets.

24g protein  x 2 Flavours 

The Isa Shakes HELP You

  • Improve your protein levels and nutrient density 

  • Boost your energy and performance

  • Control your appetite and cravings

  • Boost your metabolism and burn fat faster

  • Stabilise your moods and improve mental well being

  • Sleep better and stress less

  • Exercise with more intensity

  • Build muscle and recover quicker

  • Improve your health and age more youthfully



  • Establish the correct protein level for your age, height, weight, health status, activity level and lifestyle needs

  • Establish the Right Isagenix Shake or Program to help you achieve your health, weight and performance goals

Learn about the Importance of PROTEIN

  • It's the second most plentiful substance in your body (after water) and makes up around 20% of your total weight.

  • Makes everything in and on your body i.e. skin, fingernails, hair, brain, internal organs, teeth, muscle, antibodies, hormones, enzymes, DNA, fat burning enzymes and vitamins etc.

  • Repairs and protects your DNA from damage.

  • Maintains the integrity and strength of your intestinal wall.

  • Keeps your immune system strong.

  • Assists in maintaining mental stability and reduces moods and cravings.    

  • Repairs every cell and tissue of your body and builds and repairs your lean muscle mass.

  • Important for weight loss because it is the building block for muscles. The more muscle you have the faster your metabolism i.e. the faster you burn through food and fat.

  • The way to gain more muscle is to do resistance training, eat enough protein throughout the day at each meal, and get enough rest.


Your daily protein requirement is based on your age, ideal lean weight and activity level. It increases as we age over 65, and in times of mental or physical stress, illness, injury, pregnancy and breastfeeding.

Please Note: too much protein at the wrong time of the day will turn to fat and create a high acid state.

Learn about PROTEIN Powders

There are 100's of different protein powders and shakes with all sorts of health claims 


The benefits to your health will depend on 3 things:

  • What food protein they are made from... Animal or Plant? 

  • How they are processed?

  • Whether they contain natural undenatured ingredients or over processed denatured and artificial ingredients?


Animal Protein: Milk-based protein powders are the most common types and are either a whole milk protein (skim or whole milk based) or a part of the milk protein.

Either  – Whey or Casien or a combination of both and they both act very differently in the body.     

Whey Protein 

When sourced from undenatured milk: 

  • Improves insulin sensitivity.  Since this is one of the causes of Type 2 Diabetes, people with insulin resistance and high blood sugars may find many benefits with whey protein

  • Protects the heart and circulation by lowering cholesterol and triglyceride levels, and lowering blood pressure

  • Lowers appetite - the brain has enough of the right amino acids so it is satisfied and signals the body that it is well fed

  • Helps the immune system work faster and better

  • Prevents breakdown of important body proteins

  • Improves fat loss (especially toxic fat)

  • Builds lean muscle mass

  • Protects the intestines and bowels

  • Especially high in the methionine and cysteine which are very important in metabolism and DNA protection , and the valine, leucine and isoleucine which help build muscle mass

  • Quickly and easily digested

  • Prevents breakdown of important body proteins

  • Improves fat loss (especially toxic fat)

  • Builds lean muscle mass

  • Protects the intestines and bowels

  • Especially high in the methionine and cysteine which are very important in metabolism and DNA protection , and the valine, leucine and isoleucine which help build muscle mass

  • Quickly and easily digested

Casein Protein

  • Slower to digest because it forms curds in the stomach acid

  • Doesn’t reduce hunger

  • Low in the sulphur amino acids – methionine, cysteine and glutamate

  • Doesn’t have the same protective effects as whey

  • Can create allergy symptoms

Plant Protein: Vegetable/plant-based protein powders can be excellent or they can lack essential amino acids (the building blocks of protein) depending on the number of plant sources used.

Check to see if the plant protein comes from a single vegetable protein source or multiple eg. rice, hemp, pea or soy. A multiple source powder will have a wider and more complete range of essential amino acids. 


Learn Why Isagenix Whey Protein is the Best? 

It's natural, pure, undenatured, and of the highest quality

Feel the difference by choosing the Right Shake for you

It's EASY to Choose The Right Shake and Protein Powder for You 

​References: Whey Protein

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Bowen, Jane, Manny Noakes and Peter Clifton. 2008. ‘Role of protein and carbohydrates sources on acute appetite responses in lean and overweight men’ in 65(suppl 3): S71-S78.

Beryl, Jane Taylor and Emmanuel J Favaloro. 2008. ‘Potential benefits of improved protein intake in older people’ in 65:151-156.

Salehi, Albert, Ulrika Gunnerud, Sarheed J Muhammed et al. 2012. ‘The insulinogenic effect of whey protein is partially mediated by a direct effect of amino acid and GIP on B-cells’ in and Metabolism 9(48):1-7.

Huang, Xu-Feng, Yingxu Liu, Gita L. Rahardjo et al. 2008. ‘Effects of diets high in whey, soy, red meat and milk protein on body weight maintenance in diet-induced obesity in mice’ in and Dietetics 65(suppl. 3): S53-S59.

Pal, Sebely, Vanessa Ellis and Satvinder Dhaliwal. 2010. ‘Effects of whey protein isolate on body composition, lipids, insulin and glucose in overweight and obese individuals’ in of Nutrition 104:716-723.

Pal, Sebely and Vanessa Ellis. 2010. The chronic effects of whey proteins on blood pressure, vascular function and inflammatory markers in overweight individuals’ in 18(7):1354-1359.