The Science of Savory

For more about the features of IsaLean Soups, click play above or click here. Have you ever thought about why you prefer one kind of food more in comparison to another? Food and nutritional scientists who study eating behaviors and how they affect food intake have investigated this question. And what they've found is key for anyone looking to manage their weight. The trick is to be conscious of something called "sensory-specific satiety." It’s a phenomenon that has to do with how eating Continue reading →

Why Teen Girls Should Never Skip Breakfast

Ask nearly any parent of a teenage daughter and he or she will tell you: "It's hard to get her to eat breakfast." Why? There's always a reason. She slept in. She needed time to get ready for her day. She had to finish that homework. She was late and had to catch her ride to school. There’s no time. Skipping breakfast is a habit that is all too common among teenage girls (plus, teenage boys). But study after study continues to find it’s an unhealthy one, strongly tied to overeating later 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. Continue reading →

7 Ways New IsaLean Shakes Are More Nutritious Than Ever

It may sound cliché, but the best of the best just keeps getting better. And, it’s true for IsaLean Shakes with the introduction of Creamy French Vanilla and Creamy Dutch Chocolate flavors. Calorie for calorie, each serving of the new shake flavors unleashes a tidal wave of nutrients designed to flood the body’s cells with what they need to thrive, build quality tissues, strengthen muscles and bones, and battle oxidative stress. How is it possible? What's different? And, why are these Continue reading →