Hydration: How Much Water Do You Really Need?When Runners Struggle to Lose WeightSpring Newsletter: Stop the Spread of StressWhy Isagenix Works as Long as You Stay On The SystemMyth: Cleanse Days and Exercise Are a “No Go”
Hydration: How Much Water Do You Really Need?
When Runners Struggle to Lose Weight
Spring Newsletter: Stop the Spread of Stress
Why Isagenix Works as Long as You Stay On The System
Myth: Cleanse Days and Exercise Are a “No Go”

How to Maintain Your Weight-Loss Results

Trainer: Gillean Barkyoumb, MS, RD   Sometimes maintaining weight-loss results can be more difficult than the initial weight loss. That’s why Nutritionist Gillean Barkyoumb is on the show. She says, “Maintenance, like working toward losing the weight in the first place, is all about your mindset.” Listen to Gillean explain why an “all or nothing” attitude hurts maintenance of a healthy lifestyle, and how Isagenix systems can help keep you on the right path. She’ll break Continue reading →

Why Your Body Loves Undenatured Whey

It’s no secret that we at Isagenix pride ourselves in providing some of the highest-quality undenatured whey protein. With the release of our new Chocolate IsaPro, many wonder why the product is basically just whey protein and if it has a place in their plan. While many see IsaPro as a recovery tool from intense exercise, there is more than one reason to take it. The whey protein we use in our products has some benefits that go beyond muscle-tissue building and weight loss. Here we review Continue reading →

Does Eating Before Bed Hurt Weight Loss?

You may have been told by popular media or nutritional authorities to avoid eating before bed, because it can lead to body fat gain or negatively affect your health. However, recent research is showing that consuming proper nutrients before sleep may actually have some slimming effects. In fact, some research suggests protein before sleep may promote muscle building (1). More specifically, a small, nutrient dense, high-protein beverage before bed can aid in muscle protein synthesis and help Continue reading →

Coffee is All the Rage These Days

More than four of five American adults drink it, and everyone has a favorite brew, preparation method, and routine. Coffee has become a social beverage, status symbol, and energy-boosting elixir used to get our mornings started and to get us through those long work days (1-3). But as popular as coffee is, when it comes to its impact on health, some still view it as a controversial beverage. So is drinking coffee an unhealthy habit that should be banished, or has coffee gotten an unfair rap Continue reading →

Hydration: How Much Water Do You Really Need?

The question of how much water your body needs to stay hydrated can be a bit tricky. Is it eight glasses a day? Half your body weight in ounces? These are easy rules to follow when trying to stay hydrated. But is there really a definitive answer to how much water is needed on a daily basis? Because we all have very different hydration needs that vary depending on our health, activity level, diet, and climate, there is no specific “one size fits all” recommendation. However, one thing is Continue reading →