Myth: Whey Protein is only for Bodybuilders and Athletes

  Bodybuilders and athletes prefer whey protein in Isagenix IsaPro over any other kind of protein for great reasons: Scientific studies show that taking whey protein after workouts can boost muscle growth more than other types of protein. That’s because whey is quickly digested and absorbed and has a superior amino acid profile rich in the branched-chain amino acids. But what about people who aren’t working out all the time in the gym? Well, studies also show extra whey protein Continue reading →

Belly Fat Harms Muscle At The Cellular Level

A study of human adipose (fat) cells has found more evidence that visceral body fat found deep in the midsection and around the organs is worse than subcutaneous body fat found just beneath the skin. By decreasing the expression of genes related to skeletal muscle contraction, the study found that visceral fat cells were more likely than subcutaneous fat cells to contribute to muscle wasting. Published in the prestigious journal Diabetes, French researchers demonstrated that cells from Continue reading →

Why Isagenix Works as Long as You Stay On The System

Most diets, at some point, stop working. For dieters, the result then is a perpetual state of “yo-yo” dieting with weight continually going down only to go back up again. But folks who are seeking a departure from this pattern can turn to Isagenix. In a nutshell, if you keep at it, Isagenix works. As demonstrated by a study at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York, subjects who lost significant weight after 11 weeks on Isagenix kept their weight off even after 12 months. In Continue reading →

Myth: Cleanse Days and Exercise Are a “No Go”

False! Despite whether you’re incorporating Cleanse Days or not into your program, you can always benefit from exercise. While Cleanse Days add a powerful tool to the Isagenix system, exercise offers its own unique benefits that support healthy weight management. Cleanse Days with Isagenix offer a fasting period where minimal energy is consumed, so some would argue this might be detrimental to exercise and recovery. However, a recent study from researchers at University of Missouri investigating Continue reading →