How to Not Stress Over Cortisol

Cortisol is the “stress hormone” with a bad rap. Most people think of it as the evil villain within the body. It’s associated with weight gain, less muscle, and a compromised immune system. But is there anything you can do about it? Digging in a little deeper, you’ll learn that, yes, you can. And—in recognition of April as National Stress Awareness Month—we’ll break down here what to do. To start with, it’s important to understand why the body makes cortisol in the first place. Continue reading →

FAQ: Black Sesame IsaLean Shake and t+ Chai

Trainer: Director of Science Communications David Despain, M.Sc. Introducing two new Isagenix products: Black Sesame IsaLean Shake and t+ Chai! Both products can be enjoyed hot or cold and have unique health benefits. Listen in as David shares the features of two of the newest Isagenix products. TRT – 20:09 Continue reading →

Focus and Control in a Snap with t+ Chai

Second only to water, tea is the most commonly consumed beverage in the world. Time and again research also suggests many health benefits associated with tea consumption—including antioxidant protection, heart health, and cognitive support because of its high content of bioactive ingredients including polyphenols (1, 2). Knowing the benefits and popularity of tea, Isagenix has created t+ Chai—a delicious chai-flavored black tea concentrate that comes in a convenient Easy Snap pack. Complementing Continue reading →

What’s Inside e+

Whether you use it for a morning jolt, an afternoon pick-me-up, or an exercise elixir, Isagenix e+ Natural Energy Shot has become an essential tool for many to stay energized throughout the day. But do you really know what’s inside e+ and how it works to give you that healthy boost of energy? When you break the seal of the two-ounce bottle, the first thing you notice is the aroma of crisp apple and pomegranate. That's right—natural juices and no artificial flavors, sweeteners, or colors Continue reading →

Stress is Good Unless It’s Chronic

Your heart is pounding, your palms feel clammy, and your stomach is doing summersaults. There is an uncontrollable tap in your foot and every muscle in your body is tense. Whether you are stepping up to the podium to give a presentation, waiting for the big exam to be passed out, or sitting in the passenger seat next to your newly licensed teenager, stress manifests itself in physiological ways that prepare us for the worst. Stress is a benefit to us. It helps keep us alert we we can think to Continue reading →