Five Ways to Show Your Heart Some Love

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. But, the good news is that it’s also one of the most preventable health conditions. Many of the factors that have a strong influence on heart disease risk are related to your diet and lifestyle. This means that the choices you make to care for your heart will go a long way in reducing your risks, and keep your heart healthy for years to come. Continue reading →

The Science Behind CoQ10

Ever wonder how the food we eat is converted into energy? It’s thanks to a very important substance called coenzyme Q10, also known as coQ10, which is in charge of producing 95 percent of the body’s energy. As we age our body’s coQ10 production declines, making the need for supplementation very important. Learn what to look for in a coQ10 supplement and the science behind what makes the Isagenix Ageless Actives one of a kind. Our bodies make coQ10. But as we age, coQ10 production Continue reading →

Minute Myth Busting: All Antioxidants Are The Same

There’s a war going inside your body. It’s the war against oxidative stress. Free radicals are the enemies and antioxidants are the soldiers on the front line. They protect your body by neutralizing free radicals that attack from all fronts including internal and external sources such as visceral fat, poor diet, smoke, sun exposure, and pollution. Just as different soldiers have specialized skills in war (think pilots, medics, or tank drivers), antioxidants also have various roles in which Continue reading →

FAQ Call: What Should You Eat For Your Third Meal? And More…

Trainer: Nutrition Communication Specialist Gillean Barkyoumb, MS, RD The Isagenix system recommends a 400 to 600 calorie meal in addition to two IsaLean Shakes on Shake Days. Listen in as Gillean breaks down the components to a healthy third meal and gives advice on easy ways to manage portion control. Tips for preventing age-related weight gain and important advice for those taking cholesterol-lowering drugs are also tackled in this health professional call. Continue reading →