How 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 WeekThree Ways to Increase Metabolism
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
Three Ways to Increase Metabolism

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 →

Podcast: Telomere Science Explained

Trainer: Director of Science Communications David Despain M.Sc. What do shoelaces have to do with your chromosomes? The small plastic piece at the end of your shoelace eventually frays, falls off and weakens the whole thing. Imagine something similar happening to your chromosomes – when the ends weaken, so do your cells. Telomeres help prevent chromosomes from becoming frayed, fusing into rings, or binding with each other. They're also the key to keeping you looking and feeling great, and Continue reading →

New Isagenix Research Partnership with Skidmore College

Over the years, Isagenix has partnered with a number of universities, colleges, and organizations to conduct research. Among these are the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), Arizona State University, Brigham Young University, Kansas State University, the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre, and New York Chiropractic College. In 2012, as a recap, Isagenix reached a major milestone when a UIC-conducted clinical study comparing an Isagenix system to a top, physician-prescribed “heart Continue reading →

How to Not Stress Over Cortisol

Cortisol is the “stress hormone” with a bad rap. Most people think of it as the evil villain within the body. It’s associated with weight gain, less muscle, and a compromised immune system. But is there anything you can do about it? Digging in a little deeper, you’ll learn that, yes, you can. And—in recognition of April as National Stress Awareness Month—we’ll break down here what to do. To start with, it’s important to understand why the body makes cortisol in the first place. Continue reading →