New Study Finds Isagenix Products Combined With Exercise Training Improve Physical Performance

Isagenix, a leading global health and wellness company that is committed to continued investment in scientific research, is pleased to announce the publication of a new study that provides additional validation of its nutritional products for improving physical performance. Continue reading →

Winter Newsletter: Amplify Your Workout #AMPEDMode

The Winter Newsletter is all about the new Performance Line- AMPED. Find out everything you need to know about the science behind each product, and how best to use it to fit your sport or fitness regimen and take your performance to the next level. Continue reading →

Should You Take AMPED Power and e+ Shot Together?

Saying you’ll exercise more is easier said than done. Once you’ve managed to get to the gym, the next difficult step is making sure your workout is intense and long enough. To ensure you’re getting the most out of your workout, a pre-workout product with a powerful boost to get you to the gym and through a difficult workout is key. 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 →

Why Use Whey Protein to Break Your Cleanse Day

One of the principal findings of clinical studies around intermittent fasting with Isagenix-style Cleanse Days is that it can be an efficient method to accelerate fat loss and improve health markers (1-3). However, especially for the physically active on a weight-reduction program, a common concern is the decreased intake of calories that could lead to problems with maintaining or building muscle. Muscle is in a constant state of build up and break down in a process called protein turnover Continue reading →