10 Mind-Blowing Reasons Not To Miss Isagenix Product VignettesFueling the Perfect RaceFour Tips to Beat Food TemptationsProcessed Food: What Makes Isagenix DifferentEat Like a Soccer Player to Boost Performance
10 Mind-Blowing Reasons Not To Miss Isagenix Product Vignettes
Fueling the Perfect Race
Four Tips to Beat Food Temptations
Processed Food: What Makes Isagenix Different
Eat Like a Soccer Player to Boost Performance

Podcast: Is Low-Fat Best? Do Fat Burners Work?

Healthy fats are vital for optimal nutrition, and you’ll learn why in this podcast by Isagenix Nutrition Communications Specialist Gillean Barkyoumb, MS, RD. She’ll share why “fat-free” is not always best and debunk fat myths, including whether or not fat burners and blockers really work. Learn what kinds of fat you should completely avoid, limit, or enjoy in moderation and the healthy fats you’ll find in Isagenix products.   Continue reading →

Podcast: Debunking Sugar Myths

Listen in as Research Nutritionist Katie Coles debunks sugar myths and shares the facts based on science and studies. She’ll touch on low-glycemic foods and what types of sugars Isagenix uses within meal replacements, snacks, and other products. After this you may look at sugar in a whole new light. Continue reading →

5 Ways to Deal with Constipation

Constipation isn’t a likely topic you’d  bring up when chatting with friends or coworkers, but odds are at least one person in the group has, is, or will experience symptoms at some point. As the most common digestive complaint, most everyone can say they’ve had a bout of being “backed up.” In fact, constipation affects an estimated 63 million people in North America each year (1). The good news is that it’s not a permanent predicament, and there are ways to deal with and get Continue reading →

How Endurance Athletes Can Minimize Muscle Loss

Many people who consider training for a triathlon, ironman, or other long distance event are hesitant to commit for fear of losing hard-earned muscle. If you are one of these people, fortunately there’s good news. Incorporating heavy lifting into an endurance training regimen along with a diet high in protein may help athletes reduce unwanted muscle loss (1). Why traditional endurance training can cause muscle loss The idea that endurance-style training will cause muscle wasting is not Continue reading →

3 Ways to Gain Healthy Weight

Gaining weight can be just as difficult as losing weight—and similar to weight loss, there’s a right way and a wrong way to go about it. While there’s more leeway in calorie intake with weight gain goals, good nutrition still rules. Whether trying to recover from weight loss due to health issues or lack of appetite, looking to improve body composition to fuel athletic performance, or simply battling “skinny” genes, the key is to focus on muscle gain rather than weight gain in general. Continue reading →