The chaos of the holidays and the changing seasons can take a toll on your immune system. Taking a few simple steps to prioritize your health and wellness can make the holidays much more enjoyable and help you stay healthy.
The holiday season is infamous for wreaking havoc on your health and waistline. Manager of Product Education Sara Richter is on the call to share her tips for staying on track through the new year.
The holiday season is upon us. There’s no denying that it can also be a time of overindulgence on favorite holiday foods. The good news is that Isagenix can help you find a way to stay on track while still enjoying yourself. Here are some nutritious swaps for your favorite holiday treats, so you can still be festive while managing your weight.
Although there are many ways to ensure better control, regular exercise is a proven strategy recommended to keep blood sugar levels in balance.
What if we could move beyond a “one-size-fits-all” way of losing weight? Scientists are finally accepting that intermittent fasting, as performed on Isagenix-style Cleanse Days, can be an effective dietary method for weight loss and weight management.
So, you’ve made the decision to adopt a healthy lifestyle, change your eating habits, and get moving. It may seem simple at first, but the reality is that lifestyle adjustments (although extremely important for your health long-term) can lead to unwanted “side effects” in the short term, if you’re not careful.
Maybe you already have a number in mind, but before you decide on a set weight-loss goal, be sure to take these questions into consideration.
The holiday season is a time of year for family and fun. Unfortunately, it’s also a time for overindulgences that can lead to weight gain. It’s often reported that people gain anywhere from five to 10 pounds during the holidays.
Keeping muscle during weight loss should be just as an important a goal as burning fat. However, people focusing on diet alone can lose anywhere from 20-30 percent of their weight loss from lean body mass, most of which is from muscle...
Instead of cutting out favorite foods entirely, including portion-controlled treats as part of a weight management plan can help satisfy cravings and support weight loss success. For most people, eliminating favorite foods is not a sustainable long-term approach.