Video: Isagenix Products & SystemsHow to Maintain after You’ve Lost the WeightNew Isagenix Research Partnership with Skidmore CollegeWeight Loss After 40Daily Supplements Raise Omega-3 Status More Than Eating Fish Twice a Week
Video: Isagenix Products & Systems
How to Maintain after You’ve Lost the Weight
New Isagenix Research Partnership with Skidmore College
Weight Loss After 40
Daily Supplements Raise Omega-3 Status More Than Eating Fish Twice a Week

Spring Newsletter: Go Strong, Not Skinny

In our latest newsletter you’ll find plenty of valuable information and visuals about why skinny doesn't equate to healthy. Here’s a sneak peek on what you can expect from Isagenix Chief Science Officer Suk Cho, Ph.D.: How you look on the outside might not reflect how you look on the inside. Everyone wants to be skinny, but in no way does “skinny” equate to healthy. You might ask yourself, “Are you skinny fat or a TOFI (thin outside, fat inside)?” If you think you might Continue reading →

Video: Isagenix Products & Systems

In this product education video, members of the Isagenix Research and Science team give an educational overview of the core products, explain how they work to contribute to overall health, and provide scientific evidence to support their efficacy and safety. For more training on Isagenix products, visit the training page on www.isagenixbusiness.com and click on "Isagenix Products and Systems." Continue reading →

Long-Distance Runners Need Whey Protein

Runners who think that extra whey protein is just for strength athletes and sprinters should think again. Whey is no longer just for building muscle and strength. The reasons? Research shows that whey protein helps improve stamina and race time, speeds recovery, and may even protect the body from succumbing to a run-down immune system. Long-distance runners can be known to avoid protein supplementation. Being able to powerfully explode from the blocks or bench pressing 200 pounds is not Continue reading →

How to Maintain after You’ve Lost the Weight

Most diets require you to hunker down for a certain period of time to lose weight and then leave you on your own to maintain the results. Unfortunately, this commonly ends in weight regain and may even set your back further than where you started. But science offers new insight on how to avoid putting those pounds back on. Research shows that one of the keys for long-term maintenance after weight loss is to consistently maintain a diet higher in protein. In a year-long study, researchers Continue reading →

Yes, Your Fat Is Toxic

By Michael Colgan, Ph.D. From the annual reports of the American Lung Association, the North American urban environment is now the most toxic it's been in history, puffing clouds of toxins more deadly than even during the Industrial Revolution (1). Most of the industrial chemicals and pesticides that have created this disaster are lipophilic, meaning they mix easily with fat—your fat (2). Worst are dioxins, furans, polychlorinated biphenyls, polybrominated biphenyls (PBDs) and organochlorine Continue reading →