Belly Fat Even Worse Than Originally Thought

The type of belly fat that lies deep within the abdomen that surrounds internal organs, also known as visceral fat, is a known danger to health. Now a new study is showing it could be worse than previously thought because of its link to muscle and bone loss. This latest study on visceral fat, which was published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, is interesting because the findings directly oppose the well-accepted belief that obesity is actually a protective factor against accelerated Continue reading →

How to Avoid Naughty Snacking

If you’re like the average partygoer, self-control goes out the door when the holiday season comes around. Festive gatherings offer opportunities to indulge in sweet treats and enjoy traditional dishes, most of which are plentiful in calories, fat, and sugar. But who can blame you? It’s a special occasion, right? According to a new study in the journal Appetite, that’s what most people around the hors d’oeuvre table are thinking. Researchers found that enjoying a special occasion Continue reading →

Podcast: Shake Days 101

Trainer: Katie Coles, MS, RD, CPT, Research Nutritionist II Are you following the Shake Day Guidebook in your 30-Day System exactly as written? If so, you may not getting the most out of your Shake Days. Research Nutritionist Katie Coles joins the show and teaches you how to tailor your Shake Days and discusses how to customize your Shake Days to fit your unique lifestyle. Continue reading →

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 →

Isagenix Reaches Milestone with Long-Term Study (Flyer)

A word from Chief Science Officer Suk Cho, Ph.D. Dear Isagenix Associates, As you know, some exciting new scientific research was presented at our 2014 "Strength in Momentum" Celebration. After our remarkable results in a previous University of Illinois at Chicago study, Paul Arciero, Ph.D., of Skidmore College was interested in designing his own study, extending the subject group to include men. His 10-week study included 40 overweight and obese men and women who followed the Isagenix Continue reading →