A New Way to Age Well

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 past and introduce a new way to age. Embracing recent medical and nutritional research, scientists at Isagenix are seeking out ways to best keep the body in a youthful state. As with all aspects of health, no one product is the answer. Instead, Isagenix offers the Total Health and Longevity Continue reading →

Podcast: Introducing the New Product B IsaGenesis

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 those plastic pieces ensure laces stay intact, telomeres are the protective caps at the ends of cells’ chromosomes, which protect DNA from damage. For three years, Isagenix has provided users with telomere support in the form of Product B. We’re thrilled to announce Continue reading →

Isagenix Announces New Findings on Product B

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 a long and healthy life, scientists have offered guidelines for telomere health that include controlling stress, getting optimal nutrition, obtaining quality sleep, minimizing toxin exposure, and finally, bolstering antioxidant defenses against free radicals and reactive oxygen species. “As 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 →

Overweight Teens Who Eat Lots of Salty Foods Age Faster

When a slice of pizza or a burrito contains more than a day’s supply worth of sodium, it’s easy to see how growing teens can get too much. Their ravenous appetites often leave home freezers and pantries empty of these common packaged foods on a weekly basis. Now a new study is finding that, when paired with obesity, these salty food-eating teens might be speeding up the shortening of telomeres, which is a marker of cellular aging. The findings were presented as an abstract at the American Continue reading →