When your goal is to lose body fat, you’d expect to make changes to diet and exercise. But you might not think of factoring in sleep. It’s time to wake up – or rather, go [...]
Click the image above to go to the online e-book. If you’ve ever tried to lose weight, you know that restless nights can be quite normal. It’s not just those late-night cravings for [...]
Once you reach your weight loss goals, keep protein pacing part of your plan for long-term, sustainable weight maintenance. As a professor of health and exercise sciences and director of the Human Nutrition and Metabolism [...]
If your goal is muscle growth, it’s possible that you may need to add a second scoop of IsaPro® to your Bedtime Belly Buster.
The holiday season is infamous for wreaking havoc on your health and waistline. Manager of Product Education Sara Richter is on the call to share her tips for staying on track through the new year.
Adding Isagenix products to your nightly routine has become more popular than ever. With so many choices to consider, focusing on your goals can help you select the right mix of Isagenix products to add to your evening schedule.
For healthy and active individuals, adopting a diet high in protein can be key to achieving weight loss and athletic performance goals. Yet as the popularity for protein increases, people have raised questions about the overall safety of raised intakes over an extended period of time.
Whether you’re driven by performance or trying to lose weight, building lean muscle mass can be a challenge. Alex Mohr simplifies the science behind muscle growth and explains what the most effective strategies are to get results in the gym. He explains how body size and workout intensity play a huge role in how much protein you need and how readily it’s absorbed.
If you’re a runner, drinking a protein shake after an exhaustive workout can help protect your bones, reduce your risk of a stress fracture, and help you train multiple times a day. Long, grueling bouts of exercise can be pretty tough on your skeleton.
If skeletal muscle is the organ of movement, then muscle flexibility is its base for function. Without range of movement (as athletes know too well) strength and power amount to very little. Lack of flexibility also leads to muscle stiffness and soreness.