Spring Newsletter: Go Strong, Not Skinny

In our latest newsletter you’ll find plenty of valuable information and visuals about why skinny doesn't equate to healthy. Here’s a sneak peek on what you can expect from Isagenix Chief Science Officer Suk Cho, Ph.D.: How you look on the outside might not reflect how you look on the inside. Everyone wants to be skinny, but in no way does “skinny” equate to healthy. You might ask yourself, “Are you skinny fat or a TOFI (thin outside, fat inside)?” If you think you might Continue reading →

Minute Myth Busting: Skinny Equals Healthy

Being skinny may seem like the picture of health. But does just being skinny really mean that a person is healthy? The answer is: No. In fact, some people who appear thin may still have a high body fat percentage. This is what we call being “skinny fat”. When a person is skinny fat, the greatest danger is visceral fat. Although everyone needs some fat to cushion internal organs and to provide a reservoir of stored energy, a sedentary lifestyle combined with overeating and the aging Continue reading →