Podcast: Diets Fail. Isagenix Works. Here’s Why.

Trainer: David Despain, M.Sc., Director of Science Communications Millions of people each year make the same New Year’s resolution: get healthier through dieting. Sadly, diets fail, and so this resolution’s failure rate itself is incredibly high. Though a positive and valiant decision, it unfortunately leads to calorie restriction, slower metabolism, loss of muscle, and eventually stress and sorrow. Director of Science Communications for Isagenix, David Despain joins the show to explain that Continue reading →

Shake Off The Weight

Essential to successful weight loss and weight maintenance is the adoption of day-to-day dietary strategies that promote a long-term adherence to a healthy diet. This also happens to be where most people get it wrong. A strict diet plan may be easy enough to stick to for a week or two, and it will very likely produce results. But if long-term success is the goal then a dietary strategy that supports compliance, flexibility, and good nutrition is paramount. Because if a diet system can’t Continue reading →

Winter Newsletter: Why Diets Fail

Tired of losing weight just to gain it right back? Learn all about the science behind why diets fail and what makes the Isagenix 30-Day System different from all of the rest in the Winter 2015 Newsletter. Below is a short introduction provided by Isagenix Chief Science Officer Suk Cho, Ph.D., also found on Page 2 of the newsletter: Word from the Chief  Here’s a New Year’s resolution for you—ditch the fad dieting. More than 45 million will be starting a fad diet this year that will Continue reading →

Why Cleansing with Isagenix Works

Even with weight loss clinics readily available, calorie counts on menus, and public policy initiatives aimed at supporting a healthier population, people are struggling to lose weight and keep it off. Of the 45 million Americans dieting each year, 80 to 90 percent of them will regain all their weight (1). The repeated cycle of weight loss and regain shows that the simple remedy of eating healthier and exercising regularly isn’t working. A new solution is needed to help people achieve a Continue reading →

Isagenix – The Resolution That Lasts

If your vision board for 2015 includes pictures of kale, running shoes, and a three-digit number on a scale, you may be setting yourself up for failure. While about 45 percent of Americans make New Year’s resolutions—a majority of which are to lose weight and get fit—only about 8 percent succeed, according to a study published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology (1). Why do grand weight-loss resolutions end in failure? For one, resolutions are often unrealistic. Fad diets that Continue reading →