Cleansing Benefits Beyond Weight Loss

While weight loss is an evidence-supported benefit of intermittent fasting, it’s not the only one. New research shows that regularly engaging in intermittent fasting (or Cleanse Days) can significantly improve cognition and possibly support brain health as we age—all the more reason why Cleanse Days should be thought of as lifelong habits rather than used as a short-term solution. The recent study was conducted by researchers at Kaiser Permanente Colorado and reported at Obesity Week—a Continue reading →

Sharpen Up–Beat the Brain Drain

It’s 3 p.m. and you're in a very important meeting with very important people. They're talking to you but all you hear coming out of their mouths is gibberish. You know you should be actively participating in this conversation, but it is physically impossible at this point. You feel lethargic, drained—you've hit a wall. Or maybe you're sitting at your desk and its midday. Instead of being able to focus on what you're reading, you find yourself slipping away—into sleep.   If these scenarios Continue reading →

Superhero Nutrients for Your Aging Brain

Because of our aging population, research in brain health has been expansive, looking for powerhouse compounds that can put an end to cognitive decline. Isagenix Brain Boost & Renewal is on the forefront of science, providing nutrients that have been shown to support mental focus, concentration, decision making, and memory function by maintaining normal metabolic activity in the brain. This proprietary formula, created in collaboration with Michael Colgan, Ph.D., includes powerful ingredients Continue reading →

Benefits of Multivitamins – May Improve Short-Term Memory in Healthy Adults

The days of forgetting where you put your car keys could be gone with supplementation with a quality multivitamin like Isagenix Essentials for Men or Women, Australian researchers suggest. Taking a multivitamin may be more than a dietary insurance policy; it might improve short-term memory, according to the researchers’ meta-analysis published in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease. Researchers from Monash University in Australia pooled data from 10 randomized, placebo-controlled trials Continue reading →