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Advocare 24 Day Challenge

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  • comes with chocolate flavor shake and MNS Max 3
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Each 24-Day Challenge includes: One box of Herbal Cleanse - Citrus One bottle of OmegaPlex® One box of AdvoCare Spark® - Mandarin Orange One box of AdvoCare Spark® - Fruit Punch Your choice of one box of Meal Replacement Shakes - Chocolate Mocha, Chocolate, Vanilla, Berry or Vegetarian Dark Chocolate Your choice of one box of MNS® Max 3, C, or E

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  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B007R6ZUFU
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (101 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #65,991 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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1,180 of 1,263 people found the following review helpful By A 206 in the 919 on July 31, 2013
What started out as a fairly effective cleanse ended in a severe physical reaction.

The initial 10-day herbal cleanse phase wasn't bad. As other reviewers have stated, you can replace the majority of the Advocare products in their cleanse plan with cheaper, more commonly-available alternatives. In my case, I had decent energy, felt like my body was back to dealing with waste effectively due to the fiber drink, and the Spark seemed like it was providing a reasonable replacement for my usual daily cup of joe. I was a little concerned when reading the Spark ingredients list and saw the significant amount of niacin (300% RDA), as the product is advertised as providing mental focus, clarity, and energy (a la those infernal niacin-packed 5 hour energy shots), but not having any frame of reference and no ill effects, I went on to phase 2 - the MNS phase. Total weight lost during the herbal cleanse phase was around 10-12lbs, predominantly water weight.

This is where the wheels came off. Within 48 hours of starting the MNS C phase (a series of pill supplements packed with yes, you guessed it, another 250% RDA of niacin), I started experiencing itching and irritation on my back, chest, and especially neck. The morning following the onset of these symptoms, my neck was swelling with retained water, and the itchy areas progressed into a hot, red rash. Standing in sunlight, it felt like the affected areas were severely sunburned. The rash proceeded to spread into my armpits, behind my ears, and up to the bottom of my chin. Pain level maybe a 5 or 6, discomfort level was a solid 9. Ibuprofen was largely ineffective in managing the discomfort.
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676 of 753 people found the following review helpful By Victoria P. on March 27, 2014
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I started the challenge and got to maybe day two before I started shaking uncontrollably from the amount of sucralose in the spark drink. I did some research and found that the spark drink had some nasty side effects so I ended the challenge immediately. The worst part is I can't return this stuff now.
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426 of 493 people found the following review helpful By Amy Feigley on May 19, 2014
I did the 10 day cleanse...what a waste of time and money. It made me so sick to my stomach. I maybe lost one inch and didn't drop any weight at all. I used to drink the Spark but after a week, would get these massive headahces. So I stopped drinking it altogether and haven't had a problem since then.
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687 of 857 people found the following review helpful By LMY on January 5, 2013
But first, be aware...Advocare's products contain 300% of the RDA Niacin-- that's toxic folks. If you start flushing and have rashes, your body is reacting to too much Niacin. Regular use of Advocare will product these common Niacin side effects which include...
Liver toxicity
Worsened glycemic control in diabetics
Aggravated ulcers
Irregular heart beat
Headaches
Increased risk of gout
Liver inflammation
Increased liver enzyme production

FYI - Here are the things about the 24 day challenge that may help you save money:

1. Herbal Cleanse. Amounts to a Metamucel equivalent. Save your money and buy your laxatives at Walmart.

2. Omega Plex. Again, save some money and buy fish oil.

3. Spark. Have 1 cup of coffee or a diet Dew.

4. Meal replacement shakes. Put a scoop of the $14 prtein along with a cup of skim milk and banana and blend. It tastes a lot better and has more protein.

5. MNS - instead, have a cup of greek yogurt and some almonds.

6. Probiotics...Have some more yogurt and dairy.

Summary; The reason people lose weight is because if you follow this plan, you can not have alcohol, you cut out all refined carbs and it recomends you workout 30 minutes 5 to 6 days a week which most people that start this challenge are not currently doing.

The directions state NO coffee so you have to purchase the Spark for your morning caffiene fix. Also NO dairy so you have to purchase ProBiotics. Also NO alcohol at least in the first 10 days. There are many people that drink every night and by cutting alcohol it saves 300-600 calories daily.

Finally, there is a reason why Advocare always recommends taking their products along with additional products: because one can't get the job done alone.
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348 of 441 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 27, 2014
I have just completed the 24-day challenge for the first and last time. I will not do it again because it was very expensive and I do not believe that all the supplements were nearly as effective as the diet changes and exercising. I changed my diet drastically for this program and worked out 7x/week for an hour each time. I lost about 15 pounds on the 24-day challenge.

The reason I am giving the product 4 stars, in spite of my doubts about the value of the supplements, is because it motivated me to change my habits. Even if it was just because I had paid for it and felt like I had to stick to it, so what? Some people can change their own habits; I couldn't. Having everything planned out for me and knowing that I was getting everything my body needed made it easier to deal with.

The first few days were hard, and then it started getting easier. My cravings for junk food vanished and fruit became incredibly delicious. I was not hungry, nor did I have headaches or any other unpleasant side effects. By the end of the program, I was used to eating clean and could not believe how much crap I ate before. Now healthy eating is second nature and junk food is rare. I feel great and look great. Like I said, even if I could have gotten the same results with diet and exercise alone, I couldn't do it for myself. This program was the springboard, so I'm glad I did it and I would recommend it to anyone who was finding it difficult to change their diet.
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