Study Confirms Superior Bioavailability of IsaGenesis Compared to Product B

Isagenix is upholding its commitment to advancing the science of cellular aging with the publication of a new study that confirms the superior bioavailability of IsaGenesis® for protecting telomeres when compared to Isagenix’s previous telomere support product, Product B™. Continue reading →

Aging Actively

To view "The Perks of Exercising Every Day of Your Life" graphic, click the image to the left (or here). Reaching retirement age should not mean retiring your running shoes, yet it happens all too often. The thought of exercising may sound like an uphill battle for many adults, but Isagenix products can help. Plus, it could mean the difference between succumbing to reduced mobility, reduced function, and chronic health problems, or reaching and enjoying a healthy old age. One in three Continue reading →

Isagenix Announces New Findings on Product B

The length of telomeres, or the caps on the ends of chromosomes that protect DNA in cells, is the key to healthy aging. In the simplest terms, “when telomeres get short, bad things happen.” To live a long and healthy life, scientists have offered guidelines for telomere health that include controlling stress, getting optimal nutrition, obtaining quality sleep, minimizing toxin exposure, and finally, bolstering antioxidant defenses against free radicals and reactive oxygen species. As Continue reading →

Podcast: Telomere Science Explained

Trainer: Director of Science Communications David Despain M.Sc. What do shoelaces have to do with your chromosomes? The small plastic piece at the end of your shoelace eventually frays, falls off and weakens the whole thing. Imagine something similar happening to your chromosomes – when the ends weaken, so do your cells. Telomeres help prevent chromosomes from becoming frayed, fusing into rings, or binding with each other. They're also the key to keeping you looking and feeling great, and Continue reading →

12 Reasons Why You Need Ageless Essentials with Product B

How many days per week do you eat five fruits and vegetables? Did you consume two servings of fish last week? What about getting the vitamin D your body needs? Sure you can get the right amounts of vitamins and minerals from food, but not only is it difficult to do—for example, it would take ten tablespoons of corn oil (1,200 calories and 136 grams of fat!) or five cups of boiled spinach to meet daily recommendations for vitamin E—it’s also inconvenient and requires strict adherence Continue reading →