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Almased Review - Does This Meal Replacement System Work? Are cost and taste deal breakers?

PUBLISHED: 12/31/2015 | BY: SUMMER BANKS, SENIOR REVIEWER
Editor's Review: 3.1 / 5.0
Almased Review

We’ve heard a lot of buzz about Almased meal-replacement shakes, so we did one of our in-depth reviews, examining the ingredients, side effects, clinical research and customer-service quality. Plus we read hundreds of user comments and reviews from around the web. We then summarized and condensed to give you the info you need.

EDITOR'S TIP: Combine Almased with a proven fat burner such as Leptigen for better results.

What You Need to Know

First off, Almased is a meal replacement containing a mixture of fermented soy, skim milk yogurt powder and honey enzymes. When mixed into a shake and taken twice a day, the product supposedly supports weight loss. One benefit is you can consume it anywhere and it’s easy to mix.

The product, which was introduced as a diet program in 1998, doesn’t use synthetic ingredients, which is a good sign. It’s available in health stores and on its official website. We do like Almased’s good BBB rating, longevity as a company and some positive comments about the product on forums and other websites.

Price – “Yee-Ouch”

The first concern we had with Almased is cost. “If you replaced all your meals with Almased shakes, you’d probably lose weight,” said our Research Editor. “But at $99.95 for 3 canisters, with no money-back guarantee, you’d also lose your bank account. It’s one of the most expensive diet programs we’ve seen- and with no guarantee.” If you took Almased twice a day, you’d spend a whopping $200/month.

“A tad expensive for me,” said one user.

“This stuff might work wonders, but who can afford it?,” said another.

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Taste – Another Concern

According to a good number of people we found on the web, Almased is not exactly delicious. In fact, many customers reported quickly getting tired of the flavor. “I started Almased today and am having a terrible time making this stuff taste good enough to keep down,” said one customer online.

“This stuff tastes horrible,” said another. In reading through forums, many customers agree. Some people mix the drink with unsweetened cocoa, Stevia, vanilla or cinnamon to improve the taste. “vanilla milk makes it tastier,” said one person.

Our research has shown if there is some particular part of a diet program that is especially troublesome (a painful/difficult exercise routine, pills that make you jittery, bad taste, etc.) that the likelihood of long-term success is slim. If Almased does in fact taste bad to a lot of people, this could be problematic.

Now, if you’re dead-set on trying these types of shakes, perhaps substitute just one meal a day, says Emma Sterling, a practicing dietician for over 17 years.

The Science

While the official Almased website claims the product is “scientifically proven,” we couldn’t find any published studies that speak directly to the weight-loss benefits of the ingredients in Almased’s formula. For us at DietSpotlight, being able to find published scientific research about a product’s ingredients supporting weight-loss claims is critical to us. If there’s no good science, we see big red flags.

The Bottom Line

We like Almased’s longevity as a product and some positive comments we saw about it online, but we have reservations because its weight-loss claims are not backed by published clinical studies. Plus we’re concerned about its high price and less-than-savory taste.

If you’d like to melt off more pounds, we suggest you go with a supplement that delivers both bang for your buck and a formula supported by published scientific research.

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Also, the makers of Leptigen are so confident in their product they’re offering a special trial offer, which is a good sign.

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What You Should Know

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Almased, otherwise known as The Almased Synergy Diet Program, is a diet program designed by Almased USA Inc. that relies on a specialized, all-natural drink as part of their diet program. Almased claims this program will help people lose up to 15 lbs. in 6 weeks by following their diet, which combines liquid fasting and nutritionally based meals. This seems to be a common theme among meal replacement programs like GNC Lean Shakes. The Almased drink, available for purchase from their official website, contains a mixture of fermented soy, skim milk yogurt powder, and honey enzymes, which they claim eliminate hunger and promote additional weight loss. Available through their website or in select health stores, you can purchase a kit for $99.95, which contains 3 canisters.  Almased is one of the most expensive diet programs available. It is also one of the few developed with all-natural ingredients, according to manufacturer claims. Almased first became available as a general health supplement in 1985, and was introduced as a diet program in 1998 just like Visalus. Almased's website is very thorough and backs up several claims with detailed studies.

Ingredients

Almased contains a mixture of soy protein, honey enzymes, skim milk yogurt powder, and several amino acids.

Product Features

Almased places heavy emphasis on its diet drink, which is consumed two times daily. The Alkaline Diet similarly requires unusual diet restrictions. It contains a "unique" blend of soy protein, skim milk yogurt powder, and honey enzymes, which the manufacturers claim promotes safe and effective weight loss. When beginning the program, Almased instructs users to begin a short three day liquid fast with this diet drink. The Afterward, users follow the specific diet plan provided, consuming the Almased drink two times daily. All Day Energy Greens would also have you drink it daily, with food though. Although they do not list how many grams of these ingredients they include, we have been informed that Almased contains 53% soy protein, 25% honey, 22% skim milk yogurt powder. The Almased program is available for $99.95, whereas one canister of the Almased drink costs a surprising $34.95. Although there are no other diet supplements containing Almased's specific brand, there are many diet supplements that use similar ingredients for roughly half the cost.

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Advantages

  • Almased's drink is created from all-natural ingredients, backed up by several scientific studies.
  • Almased's formulated drink is available to consume anywhere and easy to mix.
  • Almased is available in select health stores and through its official website.

Disadvantages

  • Almased is more expensive than other diet programs, priced at $99.95 per kit or $34.95 per canister.
  • This excludes dieters with soy allergies or lactose intolerance. (See Almased Side Effects.)
  • There are no money-back guarantees that we could find.
  • Some individuals may find product unappetizing. (See Almased Recipes.)

Conclusion

Although Almased claims it does not use any synthetic ingredients, which is encouraging, Almased also does not offer any substitutes for those with soy allergies or lactose intolerance. Just as Almased requires you drink it regularly, other similar drinks like Thermo Buubles require that as well. Almased's diet program would seem to be a suitable solution for those looking for a naturally based diet, but the price could be high for some.

Almased FAQ:

We boiled down hundreds of user comments about Almased into this helpful FAQ.

What are the side effects of Almased?

The side effects of Almased include constipation and headache. Some users reported difficulty with bowel movements after beginning the use of these meal replacement shakes. Others complained of headaches, which caused discomfort within days of starting the product.

What are the ingredients in Almased?

The ingredients in Almased are: fermented soy, skim milk and yogurt powder and honey enzymes.

Does Almased Work?

Some users have reported solid results with Almased, however, the official website for this product claims that it is scientifically proven. However, we were unable to find any published studies that show this product contains ingredients beneficial for weight loss. You may consider substituting Almased for a product that contains active ingredients backed published clinical reviews, such as Leptigen.

How much does Almased cost?

Almased costs $ 99.95 for three canisters, each of which contain 10 servings. As you are advised to replace two meals per day, it would cost approximately $200 a month to use this supplement.

How should I take Almased?

You are supposed to mix a serving of the powder into a glass of milk or water to create a shake. You should consume one to two shakes a day. Each container only has 10 servings, so it would last anywhere from 5 to 10 days depending on how many servings you use every day.

Can I take Almased if I have a health condition?

It is always a good idea to consult with a medical professional before taking any sort of weight loss supplement. This is especially true for women who are pregnant or nursing, or planning to become pregnant. If you are under the age of 18, using a weight loss supplement is not recommended without approval from a doctor. If you are taking any kind of prescription medication, check with your doctor to make sure it will not interact with the supplement ingredients.

What do users like about Almased?

From user reviews, we noticed some like how long the company has been in business, the company’s good BBB rating and the fact that it does not use synthetic ingredients.

What do users NOT like about Almased?

Many users complain about the high price, the not-so-great taste, and the constipation side effect. Some users report complete ineffectiveness.

Do I have to have a blender?

While having a blender will ensure the drink mixes well, it is also possible to mix the drink with a shaker cup.

Can I use Almased if I am lactose intolerant?

Because this product contains skim milk yogurt powder, it may cause issues for you if you are lactose intolerant. However, it is also possible to mix this drink with almond milk to avoid additional dairy.

How do I contact Almased’s customer service?

The manufacturers of Almased have several ways for consumers to contact them with questions. They are available by phone at 1-727-867-4444 or 1-877-256-2733. Consumers can also email questions directly to info@almased.com or fill out the contact form on their website. http://www.almased.com/contact.html

Do you know of any special deals or discounts on Almased?

Right now, we aren’t aware of any discounts or promotions on Almased. The last few months, many readers are taking advantage of Leptigen’s special trial offer, which is just the cost of shipping and handling. Click here to give it a shot.

616 User Reviews About Almased

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  • 1
    Laurie Sweet

    I tried your product, plus bought ingredients to make smoothies. After two days, I became sick, bloated, and felt like vomiting.
    I noticed that there is no statement on can which reads “do not use if!”. I also tried to go into your website….couldn’t do it….unsafe website….now you are closed on Saturdays. Awful taste….one in which u cannot get use to no matter what u add.
    Your product is overrated!! $32.09 with tax and it makes you sick? No thank you. I intend to speak to the manager at my local GNC store…. Horrible product. . put cautions on your label!!

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    wesa

    Does the product raises blood pressure

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    Stephen (Editor)

    Hi Wesa, we’ve not encountered dieters reporting an issue with blood pressure when using Almased. to be sure please ask your doctor if it is safe for you.

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    Your Namejean

    im getting ready to start almased tomorrow I take vitamins everyday should I continue to take them or stop please answer thank you

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    Christina (Editor)

    Hello. Since Almased is a meal replacement, most vitamins can still be taken. Make sure to consult with your physician first to make sure none of the vitamins you take could interact with Almased and give you side effects.

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  • 4
    Linda M

    i take synthroid and use it. I am just making sure that I take it an hour before my shake as synthroid states not to eat an hour after taking. I would ask you pharmist. Almased has no other drugs in it.

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  • 5
    Linda M

    I think the veggie broth is for detoxing, neutriants, and for me helped replace the bad habit of snacking on junk.

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  • 6
    Your Name

    Thank for such great review and testimony. I just start on Almesed today. Your review is very encouraging. The taste was fine because I seldom use sugar. I mixed it with Almond milk.

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    Your Name

    Amazon keep it, best price I’ve found.

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  • 8
    Laurie Sweet

    Absolutely! Could not handle it….felt awful. Not worth the price……I believe false advertisement

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  • 9
    Kathy

    I took almased for 2 months and I mixed it with banana, cocoa powder, vanilla almond milk and it taste great, when I went to the doctors for blood work my liver levels were off the chart now I going thru test to see if my liver has permanent damage. My levels were good 1 month before I started the almased

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  • 10
    Your Name

    Shouldn’t use soy if you had breast cancer it mimics estrogen in the body

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  • 11
    Your Name

    Hi you can purchase Almased online from Lucky Vitamin for $28 dollars with free shipping over $49

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  • 12
    noway

    THIS STUFF TASTES LIKE… CRAP.. DONT EVEN BOTHER BUYING IT.. YOU WONT LAST WITH THE LOUSY TASTE AFTER ONE DOSE… ITS AWFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Karen (Editor)

    Hi, If the taste is bothering you, you may want to consider Leptigen, a proven fat burner. Click here and give it a shot

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  • 13
    Your Name

    the weight gained is also not cheap – therefore the means to lose weight can’t be cheap either :)

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  • 14
    Your Name

    I just bought my first can today… will start my diet this Friday… looking for a jumpstart to weight loss :-)

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  • 15
    Your Name

    Can I still take my centrum vitamin with this ?

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    Christina (Editor)

    Hello. Please consult with your physician before taking Almased and make sure the vitamins you take wont interact with it.

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  • 16
    Lisa

    I want to try this but I do not have access to a blender at work. Can I mix it in the morning and bring it or freeze it and eat like ice cream? Any suggestions?

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    Christina (Editor)

    Hello Lisa. I would recommend making it in the morning fresh and taking it to work, rather than freezing it.

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    Freida

    I have used a shaker with the metal ball inside to mix my lunch servings. I think it should probably be mixed fresh.

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  • 17
    Jen

    I agree with the the negative on the price point. I am still not sold on the product but I do like it. I am not following the diet they have with the broth because I am a pretty active person with running, spinning and yoga so I need to have calories in my diet.
    Taste wise- the first shake I made I didn’t get it blended well enough. However, I am now in love with 8 tbsp of Almased, 1 tbsp of unsweetened cocoa podwer, flax seed, chia seed, unsweetened almond milk and frozen pitted dark cherries. I blend all the powdered stuff with the seed first with half of the almond milk. Then I add the frozen cherries and the rest of the milk. If it’s not cold enough (because I like it chilled) I throw in a few ice cubes.

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  • 18
    Kerri

    I’ve had my very first shake this morning and after reading all of the negative reviews about how bad it tasted, I was dreading it! I realise that the results may be a bit slower but I mixed my five tablespoons of Almased with 200ml of slightly sweetened soya milk and a teaspoon of rapeseed oil and it was actually very pleasant. I’m fairly certain I’ll be sick to death of it by day three but I’d thought I’d get a positive review out there to say that it tasted quite good. I’m a bit worried that 200ml won’t keep me full until lunch time but that’s another review for another day…

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    Jan

    Today I took my 2nd shake. Don’t understand all the fuss about the taste. I think it is good. It holds me 5 hours! That is awesome to me. I will be making the broth today. Anxious to start the 14 Day Diet> signed up at the gym and I’m motivated!!!

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  • 19
    Felice Carr

    I have used Almased as a breakfast supplement. I have not used it to lose weight but I want to try. I have over 50 pounds to lose! I am diabetic and have migraines if I use sugar substitutes. So, this product is safe for my sugar levels. I mix it with 0% plain yogurt and do 6 instead of 8 tbls. I also put in a tbl of chia and flax seeds. It fills me up till lunch. I would like to add a night time dose as I tend to overeat and graze from supper on…hopefully that will work to lose some weight. I’d like to try a cheaper alternative…so I’m still looking into leptigen….

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    Your Name

    go over it with your Dr

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  • 20
    ER

    Has anyone experienced constipation? My two week fast is about done and I haven’t lost as much as I thought I might (ten pounds) but I feel like my stomach is still kind of bloated. Anyone?

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    Christina (Editor)

    Hello. All users experience different results; bloating is sometimes a side effect of some meal replacements.

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    Your Name

    Definitely yes!! after two days, bloat and gas. I feel awful. going to try and get my money back!

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  • 21
    Your Name

    Can this be bought at walmart

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    Christina (Editor)

    Hello. For order inquires and locations, please refer to the Almased official website for more information.

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    Your Name

    Yes but you have to look for it your self when I asked no one knew what I was talking about

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  • 22
    Mari Swain

    Just started today. praying this works. I need something to work.

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  • 23
    Annie Davis

    I purchased a can of Almased bout three weeks ago from Walgreens and I lost 7lbs already and I wants to keep going. Would u please send me some recipes so I can follow as directed?

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    Christina (Editor)

    Hi Annie. For recipes please refer to the Almased official website.

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    Your Name

    Download the almased app onto your phone. It has lots of recipes.

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    Benita

    I’m pleased with the product. Taste doesn’t bother me, just the price. Bought my first can from GNC 40.00! My next two from Amazon, much cheaper. Lost 5 pounds first week!

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  • 24
    Sarah

    Every program I have signed up for free trial I have to give my credit card number. I think the reason behind this is a lot of people will forget they have to contact you to opt out. if you are late in opting out you are stuck having to pay for the product. Why not let people opt in after they have tried the product, that in my opinion would be fair.

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    Your Name

    I agree with you. If I cant sign up after a free trial, I don’t sign up at all. When you have to give your long card number, it is very difficult sometimes to cancel

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  • 25
    Regina

    This product sad you won’t be hungry but I still feel hungry and I follow directions can you explain that Thanks

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    Christina (Editor)

    Hi Regina. All dieters experience different results. Some users have a faster metabolism than others, which could cause you to become hungrier, faster.

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    Rich (Editor)

    Regina, that may be because your body is acclimating itself to this new diet, but several dieters claim the same.

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  • 26
    Gussie Jackson

    With an intolerance to milk are you saying a person should not use this product

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    Christina (Editor)

    Hello. It might be a little more difficult for you to make certain Almased recipes, because of the intolerance to milk.

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    Your Name

    I use it with Almond Milk or Coconut Milk. Add some cinnamon and a quick shot of vanilla, and a little Truvia and it really tasted delicious.

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    Your Name

    This is exactly what i have been doing and i have lost weight. I have been taking it twice a day for a few months..It is very expensive.

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    Your Name

    Awful! Delicious? You’ve got the be kidding…..

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    Linda M

    I too mix with almond or cashew milk , a few drops of stevia and a table spoon of pumpkin spice. I love it. Keeps me full. I take fiber pills to keep constipation away during fasting. I fasted for two weeks and now having two shakes a day. My favorite is a few frozen peaches tossed in with vanilla and stevia drops with cashew milk. I am down 19 lbs in 6 weeks. 20 more to go.

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  • 27
    Your Name

    I started this 3 days ago and have been very hungry. I can get through two shakes and need to eat a meal. I have lost 3 lbs though so I keep using it. I can do three shakes in a row but never same day. I end up eating a meal every two to three shakes. I drink a lot of water but have a hard time with the brooth.

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  • 28
    marjorie

    I take everyday is this harmful to it.

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    Christina (Editor)

    Hello Marjorie. Make sure to consult with your physician and make sure it is safe for everyday use.

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  • 29
    Your Name

    Most helpful comment I have read. Thanks

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  • 30
    Your Name

    Try Walgreen’s

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  • 31
    BObby

    I lost 31lbs in 5 weeks love it

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  • 32
    Your Name

    Yes, I do

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  • 33
    Your Name

    No

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  • 34
    Your Name

    I lost 45 lbs with Almased. I did the 2 week fasting and lost the first 12 lbs in the first 2 weeks. I have thyroid problems also and mixed mine with skim milk and a tablespoon of unsweetened CoCo.

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  • 35
    Your Name

    Because the whole purpose is to be liquid diet first.

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  • 36
    nanci

    IS ALMASD SAFE WITH WARFARIN.? Please reply thank you

    Is amazed safe with warfarin? Please reply. Thank you

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    Christina (Editor)

    Hi Nanci. Please consult with your physician to see if there would be any interaction with Almased and Warfarin.

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  • 37
    Alfredo Vessel

    Loving the Forum and Blogs!

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  • 38
    Your Name

    thats too much artificial sweetener.. it is not necessary to sweeten this.. too much chemical

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  • 39
    susie g. sims

    can almased be taken with vit i take a lot of vit. also with other diet pills?

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    Rich (Editor)

    Susie, before taking Vitamins let your doctor know; they will know how Almased will affect your body.

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  • 40
    JACQUELINE

    MY BLOOD PRESSURE WENT UP HAD TO GO TO THE ER.

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  • 41
    Mildred Bowman

    I just purchased the Almased powder . Does this powder interfere with prescription meds? I plan to start the drink this eveninbg as a meal substitute. Thank you for your prompt answer. I will eveluate the product soon.

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    Christina (Editor)

    Hello. Please consult with your physician before taking Almased and make sure the medications you take wont interact with it.

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    Your Name

    Definitely ask your Dr. especially if u are on meds!

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  • 42
    Pat McIlrath

    I’m not familiar withe the Almased diet at all so this may be a real basic question.
    I take several blood pressure medications and maybe if i could lose about 15-20 lbs i might be able to get off some of these meds.
    of course i would not change any meds until i see doctor which is in june and hope by then i might be able to lose a few lbs.
    what do you think?
    is it a safe diet for people on b?p meds?
    thank you
    Pat McIlrath

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    Christina (Editor)

    Hello Pat. Before taking this weight loss supplement, please consult with your physician to make sure it wouldn’t interact with your medication.

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  • 43
    remi balogun

    The product is expensive but you will have value for your money

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    Your Name

    can you use meta mucil mix with almassed

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    Rich (Editor)

    Before mixing products assess your needs and consult your doctor if such a combo will be good for you.

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    Linda M

    I think the actual almased plan mentions the use of psyllium fiber. You can check for sure by reviewing the plan.

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  • 45
    Your Name

    Order it from Walgreens.com
    27.99 can

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  • 46
    Marci Knowles

    I have just begun the first day of Almased. I did eat Greek Low fat 80 calorie with apples and strawberries. I did this before knowing I should only consume liquids. I mixed my Almased with GNCTotal Lean shake meals.. Is that going to decrease my chance of wt loss.

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    Christina (Editor)

    Hi Marci. You should try not to mix the two, side they might affect the weight loss.

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    lou

    Go buy the nutri,bullet it’s the best thing l ever did for myself.lost weight and keep it off,lm now 105 lbs n feel great!

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  • 47
    ann

    this will be day 3 for me however, I have only gotten in breakfast shake and lunch shake. I have a lot of water in between it fills me up so I keep forgetting about the third shake. is there a way to make it taste better during this beginning phase?

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    Christina (Editor)

    Hi Ann. For different types of Almased recipes and mixtures, please refer to the Almased official website for more information.

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    Your Name

    I use almond milk 1 T cocoa powder. 2T PB2 and a teaspoon of olive oil. Mix in blender with ice.

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    Linda M

    I use liquid stevia to sweeten it. Pumpkin spice, cashew milk, vanilla extract, cinnamon. I use the cocoa and pb2 also. I some times use instant coffee in it, but I always ad the stevia in.

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  • 48
    Norma

    I’m on day 2. I have a slight tolerance to lactose but Almased really upset my stomach. It doesn’t taste as bad as some powder diet drinks but it’s not that great either. Yes, it was expensive – $38. I don’t know if it’s worth the stomach discomfort to continue.

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    Your Name

    I thought it would taste better. When you add flax seeds, awful!!!! It also seems to have upset my stomach. I have IBS, so maybe this is not for me…… Develops a lot of gas.

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    Laurie Sweet

    If I have any digestive issues, do not take this product. IE: IBS indigestion, constipation, bloating, etc….. Cannot believe this stuff is on the market!!

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    Your Name

    How long did it take you to lose 50 pounds. That is my goal and ready to make the investment and commitment. I am starting with the 14 fast

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    Your Name

    I have been taking the alamase for 3 days now I dont eat breakfast or lunch i eat a small 80 calorie salad for dinner every night should this be ok or should I stick with the liquid diet? Please let me know.

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    Christina (Editor)

    Hi. For complete details and instructions on how to use Almased, please refer to the Almased official website.

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    Your Name

    Try adding some extracts. They suggest vanilla or almond or cocoa powder. I’ve been doing the vanilla extract with almond milk and some ice, and it’s not a bad flavor :-)

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    Your Name

    i mix with different flavored extract and ice, blend it and is like a smoothie. Day 8 and no complaints. I have lost 9 lbs

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    Linda M

    The almased diet plan states two shakes a day and one low carb meal of 500 calories. You can get the plan on the almased site.

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    amanda nunez

    Hey i am on the alamase i have been for 3 days now i dont eat for breakfast and lunch and i eat a small salad every night do u think that is ok or should i stick with the liquid diet? Please let me know. . Thank you

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    Your Name

    You have to completely fast first. That is drinking almased 3 times a day breakfast lunch dinner. If you feel hungry in between you have to do some kind of liquid such as broth

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  • 52
    Your Name

    comments don’t really give how much weight they have lost, only about taste and cost…

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  • 53
    Your Name

    yes, it is bright yellow

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  • 54
    Debbie

    Almased did not work at all for me I have thyroid disease that could be why really disappointed I was hoping for success I followed it exactly how it said and did lot Los an once

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    Tammy

    Debbie i am going to try this i was disgnosed with graves 20 years ago the scale just was up and down then it went up after 45 so i at 5’7 was up to 260 in 2013 was on synthroid .200 long story short found awsome encronologist he prescribed cytomel 20 years never heard of it . Finally thyroid is balanced as of nov 2014 feel awsome .its for t3 even my family doctor appologized because he never thought of it . It has saved me . Then maybe try almased . I also started belviq in july that has helped and no
    cravings at all. Now im going to add almased.

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    Shirley Throop

    Please tell me was it the Cytomel that balanced your thyroid and did it take 20 years?? and what is belviq?

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    Becky

    I have gone through graves disease, had radiation, on synthroid 125. Finally regulated but am having a hard time losing the 70 lbs it caused in weight gain. What exactly are you taking that is helping with weight lose?

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    Linda

    i have hypothyroidism am on 137mg of synthroid. I have lost 19 lbs in 6 was. I followed the almased plan from there site and it been great for me. Good luck. I know the thyroid issues are not fun.

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    Laurie L

    I found that Vitacost sells it the cheapest. It’s about $23 per canister. I would recommend
    that you try the Vitacost equivalent product called Enersed. As far as I can tell it has
    identical ingredients. The consistency is a little more powdery than the Almased. The cost
    is about the same, BUT you can get a buy one get one free deal. I have made the switch and
    am getting the same results.

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    Your Name

    Also use half amount it says to use.

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    Linda M

    laura I too have bought the enters end. I love the vita cost bogo sales. Makes it only 82 bucks for 6 canisters. Much more affordable!

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    Linda M

    I mean I too bought enersed. Sorry it changed my words.

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    Stacey H

    I just purchased 1 canister at The granary (a local health food stre) in Longview Texas today and their regular price is only $23.95.

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    Your Name

    I didnt look around i went to walgeeens in sacramento $29 but really wanted to try after reading. Just started today.

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    Your Name

    Yes Walgreen’s in Florida is 29.00… just started today.

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    Linda

    I purchased @ Walgreen in Minneapolis for 29.99.just started taking.

  • 57
    cathy

    hi miss B, I am 63 year old young lady hard to loose my weight im diabetic type 2 have to loose weight for my health don’t know how to afford this almased can I use less each time I use it. it costs $40.00 a can where I live in hbg, pa please reply back to me. help cathy

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    Your Name

    go on Amazon and buy 2 cans for about $50.00.

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    cathy

    hi, ive been wanting to try almased I read your letter on dietspotlight. Does it really help to loose weight. Just don’t know if I can afford it.unless I could use less at each meal when I mix it to stretch out the product reply please. cathy

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    laura potwora

    I wen to the health food store and priced your product. I felt an investment in your product was pricy. I am interested in trying some sort of diet plan but as everyone knows we are all lazy and if the product does not taste good you are doomed to fail. What I am looking for is a sample of your product to taste it and see if it would be good for me. If it tastes good and I could work with your supposed diet plan I would be inclined to purchase your product. Thank you.

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    Christina (Editor)

    Hi Laura. For order inquires please refer to the Almased official website for more information.

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    Your Name

    My dad has high blood pressure and takes prescription medicine with it and he seems to be just fine.

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    Bonnie

    I love Almased. I first bought it when I was sick with a sinus infection and didn’t want to eat a thing. All the vitamins and amino acids helped me kick my illness. Now I’m dieting before summer swim suit season

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