For those wishing to maintain their youthful energy and vitality, IsaGenesis® represents a cocktail of selected botanicals and nutrients that reinforce the body’s own defenses against oxidative stress and underlying free radicals that can accelerate the process of aging.
Researchers have long agreed that most of us don’t get enough physical activity. But even exercising a few times per week may not be high enough to make an impact on telomeres as a biomarker of aging.
Product B® IsaGenesis® taken on a daily basis boosts the concentration of an enzyme that is regarded as a biomarker of healthy aging, according to a study conducted at Arizona State University (ASU).*
Telomeres are the protective nucleic acid and protein caps on the ends of chromosomes and are a key to healthy aging. Because telomeres help maintain stability of our DNA, they are critical in controlling cellular aging and death.
Stress—just reading the word can hit a nerve that gets your heart pumping. April is Stress Awareness Month and we’ve decided it’s time to place the spotlight on the unhealthy nature of stress when it’s [...]
Since their discovery more than 75 years ago by the Nobel Laureate geneticist Hermann Müller, telomeres have attracted worldwide attention among scientists investigating the aging process. Telomeres are the protective caps on the ends of [...]
Everybody ages. It’s inevitable and a fact of life. But aging doesn’t have to mean slowing down or settling for less-than-perfect health. It’s time to say goodbye to the ways people have aged in the [...]
Trainers: John Anderson, Isagenix Founder and Master Formulator, and Dr. Bill Andrews, Sierra Sciences Founder, President, and CEO Think of healthy aging in terms of keeping your shoelaces from unraveling. Just like [...]
The length of telomeres, or the caps on the ends of chromosomes that protect DNA in cells, is the key to healthy aging. In the simplest terms, “when telomeres get short, bad things happen.” To live [...]
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 [...]