In a variety of sports, athletes often seek to lose weight while keeping muscle for a competitive advantage. For example, these can include athletes in any form of fitness competition, bodybuilding, or even combat sports [...]
Have you ever wondered what goes on inside your body during a Cleanse Day? Scientists refer to the basic concept behind Cleanse Days as intermittent fasting, and an increasing number of studies have highlighted its potential benefits for health and well-being.
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.
With new diet fads appearing every day, it’s easy for people to become confused about what works, what doesn’t, and what’s safe for losing weight. A new paper clears up the misconceptions.
Calorie restriction (CR) has attracted considerable attention from the press and the scientific community. Since the seminal rat studies of Dr. Clive McCay at Cornell University in the 1930s, the benefits of CR like longer lifespans have been demonstrated in laboratory animals while short-term human studies have documents weight loss and metabolic improvements.
For anyone new to an Isagenix Weight Loss System, it’s natural to wonder whether incorporating a regular Cleanse Day schedule into your program will work long term. After all, in the case with other dietary programs, most people regain their weight within a few months.
Scientists refer to the basic concept behind Cleanse Days as intermittent fasting, and an increasing number of studies have highlighted its benefits for supporting weight loss as well as benefits for cellular health and metabolism. But researchers have recently noticed an unexpected benefit of intermittent fasting for helping to manage appetite.
Isagenix-funded research has gained some traction on the web. Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite articles related to Isagenix products being used for performance and weight loss.
When Isagenix was first founded in 2002, the company identified the practice of intermittent fasting as a key method for achieving substantial health benefits. Isagenix developed its own version of intermittent fasting through “Cleanse Days,” featuring Cleanse For Life, an antioxidant and botanical-rich beverage developed to support the body’s own detoxification mechanisms. These Cleanse Days were also paired with quality, science-based nutrition and calorie restriction comprising “Shake Days.”
In addition to weight loss, intermittent fasting may also support brain health. While weight loss is an evidence-supported benefit of intermittent fasting, it’s not the only one. New research shows that regularly engaging [...]