Shaklee’s weight management system, Cinch, is growing in popularity in America and thought we’d take a look to see if vegans could participate in the program. To our pleasant surprise the answer is mostly ‘yes’.
Cinch is shrinking the waistlines of Americans promising to maintain muscle while dramatically reducing one’s overall body fat ratio in a healthy program. It also helps reduce cravings of hunger while on the plan.
Checking the labels of all the Cinch products found Shaklee is using non-GMO (genetically modified) soy as their primary protein source along with Leucine. The only products that may be challenging for vegans is the few chocolate flavored products as they contain semi-sweet chocolate chips. Some vegans are OK with that, others are not. You will need to be the judge. Beyond that one issue, the line seems to be completely vegan so vegans can participate in Shaklee’s Cinch weight management program. Most of the line is Kosher as well.
Vegans may also want to try Shaklee’s Energizing Soy Protein product which is a powder one can mix with water or Almond milk. It is low in fat, non-GMO (non-genetically modified organism) and biologically complete containing all nine essential amino acids. Giving you 14 grams of heart-healthy soy protein per serving it is more than a healthy snack alternative it is a high-quality, heart-healthy soy protein.