Shakeology is no different than any other processed food that gives people false hope. Most of these products are touted as a panacea but actually are over-priced alternatives to whole food.
Shakeology is delectable. The chocolate with peanut butter, strawberries, and milk (soy for me) tastes wonderful. The Greenberry is versatile usually doesn't require juice (if you're cutting calories).
It's expensive. About $129 per month which for many people is quite pricey. Could you use an extra $1,500 annually? It has whey in it so those that are vegan or lactose intolerant will have difficulty. The testimonials offered are circumstantial at best. Often people are working another program, such as P90X, and are adjusting their diets. In those instances it's difficult to give the credit for health gains to Shakeology. The name Greenberry is bad. Couldn't they come up with a better name than that?
A company that is attempting to "end obesity" shouldn't be pimping supplements. They should be advocating for fresh whole foods! At best their idea is disingenuous. It's a constant stream of cash that most obese people do not need.
But it does taste really good!