24 Day Challenge Review
What You Should Know
The 24 Day Challenge is a certain regimen to help people reach their weight loss goals in 24 days. It comes from the company, Avocare, who has been producing nutrition and health supplements for 17 years. Read this review to learn more about this program and its products to help you determine whether or not you want to use this to help you reach your weight loss goals.
List of Ingredients
The 24 Day Challenge begins with a cleanse/detox that lasts for the first 10 days of the program. The Max phase is the second phase of the program, and it lasts from days 11 to 24. The first phase is designed to detoxify the body to help increase absorbency, and a sugar free energy drink. Basically, this can help you get rid of cravings and increase energy levels to combat the fatigue associated with detoxification. The second phase is designed to help you start the momentum, so you can increase energy levels to affect calories out, while steering the appetite away from cravings for sweets, and high carbs, to affect calories in. You will get more of the energy drink, as well as a meal replacement shakes. If you get the “plus plan” there are additional products to help feed lean muscle so you don’t lose it wile you’re burning fat. There are forms and documents on the website that will help you, such as meal planning, etc. to help you stay accountable and support. There are several different pricing points, depending on how involved in selling the product to others you are—it is possible to sell enough to make enough income to cover the cost of your own supply.
- 24 Day Challenge helps to address burning calories while also taking in fewer overall.
- 24 Day Challenge seems to be focused on offering a MLM sales scheme as much as they are selling a product.
- We do not see the ingredient lists for any of these products.
- We do not know if there is a money back guarantee for these products.
- These products claim to be endorsed by celebrities, but we do not see any proof outside of the YouTube promo video.
- There are no free trials of this product.
The 24 Day Challenge seems solid, but many things people try to sell you do seem that way at first. Without taking a closer look at the products themselves to see how they work and what their ingredients are, we cannot really comment on how effective they would be. This combined with the fact that they are trying to get you to start selling the product is a bit of a turn off for some people.