Myth: Cleanse Days and Exercise Are a “No Go”Why a Little Sugar in Your Shake is OKMinute Myth Busting: Dietary Supplements Are UnregulatedThe Science Behind the Isagenix 30-Day SystemThe Science Behind Replenish
Myth: Cleanse Days and Exercise Are a “No Go”
Why a Little Sugar in Your Shake is OK
Minute Myth Busting: Dietary Supplements Are Unregulated
The Science Behind the Isagenix 30-Day System
The Science Behind Replenish

Myth: Cleanse Days and Exercise Are a “No Go”

False! Despite whether you’re incorporating Cleanse Days or not into your program, you can always benefit from exercise. While Cleanse Days add a powerful tool to the Isagenix system, exercise offers its own unique benefits that support healthy weight management. Cleanse Days with Isagenix offer a fasting period where minimal energy is consumed, so some would argue this might be detrimental to exercise and recovery. However, a recent study from researchers at University of Missouri investigating Continue reading →

Why Electrolytes Are So Important

When you sweat you lose more than just water, you lose vital electrolytes. Refueling and rehydrating after intense training is second nature for some athletes. However, not everyone realizes the importance of replenishing key electrolytes lost through perspiration, and that it can make or break performance. Electrolytes, such as sodium and potassium, are electrically charged minerals that travel through the blood and extracellular fluid. They regulate the body’s hydration, blood pH, blood Continue reading →

Why a Little Sugar in Your Shake is OK

Why does IsaLean Shake contain sugar? It’s one of the most common questions we receive at Isagenix as of late. The answer simply comes down to this: it wouldn’t be a complete meal replacement without it. The facts are that eating a moderate amount of sugar daily can be healthy. Sugar is found in most healthy meals. Most whole foods, including fruits and vegetables, dairy, and whole grains, contain an assortment of simple sugars and complex carbohydrates that surround their nutrients. It’s Continue reading →

The Reasons to Love Chocolate

It’s that time of year again! There’s no denying the love in the air and the massive amounts of chocolate about to be given. But instead of mindless noshing of chocolate bars and delectable goodies that come in heart-shaped boxes, let’s remember the real reason why chocolate is so good – it’s actually good for us! Chocolate is no stranger to science, and studies showing chocolate health benefits including both the heart and brain. This is partly due to the cocoa in chocolate, which Continue reading →

Reminder: Are You Getting the Right Type of Vitamin D?

If you haven’t heard, the health benefits of Vitamin D are HUGE! Vitamin D is important not only in bone metabolism and calcium homeostasis, but also now has shown to be supportive for cellular health, cardiovascular health, endothelial function, and blood sugar management (1). Vitamin D even functions as the control of up to 1000 genes involved in cellular growth, immune  function, and protein synthesis (2). While proper vitamin D intake is important for everyone, it may be even more Continue reading →