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Introduction

While weight loss pills and capsules make up the vast majority of weight management products, meal replacement shakes have become increasingly popular as more and more people are opting for a more natural and “less drastic” fat loss option.

In this Xyngular Lean review, we’re taking a look at what we believe this well-known diet shake is capable of delivering consumers.

Readers please note that statements on this page are fair comment based on observation. This content is produced on a matter of public interest. Statements on this page are our honest opinion.

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What Is Xyngular Lean?

Lean is a weight loss shake made by a US-based supplement distributor named Xyngular.

One pouch of the Lean shake costs $69.99, contains 30 servings and will last users between 10-30 days, depending on how many meals per day you decide to replace with a serving of the shake; it can be purchased from the Xyngular Lean official website, as well as Amazon.

Like many other products Xyngular makes, Lean is designed for those seeking assistance losing weight.

The product itself is a complex of Soy and Whey protein powders with added vitamins and minerals. Xyngular thmselves state Lean is a “premium protein shake with a full spectrum of essential amino acids, vitamins and minerals”.

Does Xyngular Lean Work?

After a little research into this product, we have concluded that, if used in the correct manner and context, Lean Shake could potentially help users lose weight.

Firstly, it’s important for us to stress that this isn’t some kind of “fat burning” weight loss shake – it’s essentially just a meal replacement shake; nothing more than a protein blend with some added vitamins.

It’s not the formula that makes Xyngular Lean useful for weight loss, it’s the context that they tell you to use it in.

By replacing 2-3 of your daily meals (and not snacking or overeating in-between these shakes), you will be significantly lowering your daily caloric intake to the point where losing weight will be unavoidable – this type of low calorie diet plan is commonly referred to as a VLCD.

Lean should really be viewed as something to aid you towards your weight loss goals, rather than some kind of miracle weight loss shake. This isn’t a product that can counteract a bad diet and inactive lifestyle.

The Pros & Cons Of Xyngular Lean

Below is our roundup of all the things we’d personally consider either a positive or negative:

The Pros

  • Very low in calories per serving (only 50).
  • Low in carbohydrates.
  • Useful as a meal replacement shake.
  • Contains lots of vitamins and minerals.

The Cons

  • Formula doesn’t contain any fat burning or appetite suppressing ingredients.
  • Low protein per serving (only 10g).
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What Are The Xyngular Lean Ingredients?

We have found the following supplement facts for this product:

One Scoop (16g) Contains: Calories 50, Fat 1g, Carbohydrates 2g, Protein 10g, Vitamin A 3000IU, Vitamin C 30mg, Vitamin D 270IU, Vitamin E 15IU, Vitamin K 50mcg, Thiamin 1mg, Riboflavin 1.1mg, Folate 400mcg, Vitamin B12 4mcg, Biotin 150mcg, Pantothenic Acid 3.3mg, Calcium 146mg, Iron 0.9mg, Phosphorus 67mg, Iodine 40mcg, Magnesium 108mg, Zinc 4.2mg, Selenium 40mcg, Manganese 1mg, Chromium 60mcg, Molybdenum 40mcg, Sodium 65mg, Potassium 80mg, Boron 100mcg, Bromelain 50mg, Papain 25mg, Taurine 25mg and Proprietary Blend 13g (Soy Protein Isolate, Whey Protein Concentrate, Soy Milk Powder, Whey Protein Isolate).

Is Xyngular Lean Suitable For Everyone?

This product is not suitable for vegans, or those with allergens to milk and/or soy.

Pregnant or breastfeeding women should consider seeking the guidance of a healthcare professional prior to using Xyngular Lean Shakes.

Is Xyngular Lean Safe?

Based on the ingredients used within this product, we believe that Xyngular Lean is completely safe. It does not contain and banned or dangerous ingredients that we can see.

What Are The Xyngular Lean Side Effects?

We’ve compiled the following potential side effects based on the ingredients inside this formula:

  • Increased bowel movements
  • Nausea
  • Thirst
  • Bloating
  • Cramps
  • Fatigue
  • Headache [1]

Note: these side effects are possible but may not be the typical user experience.

Are There Any Xyngular Lean Reviews From Customers?

We’ve found the following Xyngular Lean reviews from various sources online:

I find these very filling and have been using them as a healthy replacement for my lunch and breakfast. So far i’m down about 13 lbs in 5 weeks, which i’m very pleased with!

The shakes themselves taste okay, but I didn’t really lose as much as people told me i would (only around 5lbs total over a month).. I probably would not recommend them.

Note: we cannot guarantee the authenticity of these user testimonials.

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Our Final Verdict On Xyngular Lean

To conclude our Xyngular Lean review, it’s a bit of a mixed bag – there are things that we like about it and things that we aren’t too blown away by.

Starting with the positives, we like how this product can be used to put yourself on a “very low calorie diet”, the shake is a nutrient-dense meal replacement and will save you having to painstakingly plan out a meal plan full of low calorie foods. Furthermore, Xyngular’s Lean is unlikely to produce any negative side effects.

Obviously, there are some downsides to Lean too. The product isn’t really going to win any awards for innovation – Xyngular really are just selling you an expensive whey/soy protein blend with a bunch of added vitamins and minerals; you could probably make something similar with a standard protein shake and a multivitamin pill.

We believe this product is more of a convenience product, rather than a bonafide “weight loss shake”, in our opinion.

Marina Ma, MD
Marina Ma, MD
Staff Writer & Fact Checker at DietProbe
Marina has an MD from U-M and is a resident writer and fact checker at DietProbe.
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