Editor’s Review: 76/100
RightSize Smoothies can be found at some local distributors, but are found easier online. You can order from their online store or a couple other online retailers.
Appetite Suppressants – 10
RightSize Smoothies removed their unique appetite blocking blend. The current formula contains only fiber and a small amount of soy protein to control hunger. We tried the shakes at the recommend one scoop but didn’t experience any appetite suppression. At two scoops we felt a little fuller.
Proven Results – 13
We searched their website and found a Clincial Trial of the product that claimed it helped the participants lose 15.2 pounds over 12-weeks. The results weren’t overly impressive but did show weight loss RightSize’s website does contain testimonials showing some of their success stories.
Nutrients – 16
Overall RightSize nutrition is average at best. It does give you a reasonable amount of vitamins and minerals. There are a bunch of other ingredients as well that we will discuss. Let’s break it down.
The Good (7)
– With about 30% of your RDI (Recommended Daily Intake) of vitamins and minerals per serving they contain very similar amounts as other shakes, but the 7 grams of soy protein puts it at the lower end of average.
The Bad (6)
– They keep the calories low at 100 per serving, but 15 grams of carbs and 6 grams of sugar…that’s a bit higher than we like.There is Green Tea Extract, Cinnamon Bark, and Ginger Root Extract which may provide some benefit to blood sugar and inflammation.
The Ugly (3)
– RightSize has quite a few fillers and they don’t keep them secret. The artificial flavors, corn syrup solids, and artificial sugars don’t add much to the potential success you might have with this shake.
Taste – 13
With three flavors, you should be able to find one you like. They do a good job at making a shake that doesn’t need additional ingredients to cover the flavor because of the amount of sugar in the shakes. We liked it and if taste is the most important factor for you, then Right Size is definitely an option.
Price Point – 20
They cost around $1.25-$1.50 per scoop which is just below our $1.50 requirement for max points. You can, in fact, hit under $1.20 if you’re willing to buy a 90-day supply. But that seems excessive to us.
Convenience – 4
RightSize comes in a small tub and can be found conveniently on-line. Their local distributors are fewer and harder to find. Not the best, but not the worst. At least Right Size isn’t an MLM.