WEIGHT a Minute! I Shouldn’t Stand on the Scale Every Day?

Nutrition Communication Specialist II Lindsay Gnant explains that the scale is only a measurement of your weight, not your overall body composition. “There is more to look at when it comes to measuring your results, because you could be carrying extra water weight, which many scales won’t be able to distinguish,” Lindsay says. Continue reading →

Isagenix Helps You Cut Sugar With These Five Swaps

In the U.S., the average person consumes more sugar than anywhere else in the world. According to market research firm Euromonitor, daily sugar intake is now up to 126 grams. That is almost 32 teaspoons of sugar or about 500 extra calories every day. Health experts agree that too much sugar is bad for our well-being. Scientific research points to potential links between too much sugar, especially in the form of sugary drinks, and problems like weight gain and the risk of developing heart disease (1-3). Continue reading →

Scale Won’t Budge? New Study Sheds Light on Why.

Have you or someone you know ever struggled to lose weight? You follow a system and all its instructions to a T, but the number on the scale is not to your liking. No doubt this is a frustrating occurrence and likely to get anyone down on their weight-loss efforts. A new study has shed some light on this conundrum, however, and it may simply be that different people respond differently to calorie restriction (1). That is, some will lose more quickly than others. For the study, scientists from Continue reading →