Avoid Weight Regain With 5 Metabolism Boosters

After you lose weight, your metabolism slows down, making it easier to regain weight. Once you gain the weight back, the harder it is to lose again. Your experience with weight loss and weight maintenance doesn’t have to be this way. If you know how to employ a few nutritional and lifestyle strategies, you may be able to optimize your metabolism. Continue reading →

Stress and Adaptogens: A Historical Perspective

Scientists and health practitioners have long sought to better understand, manage, and prevent the damaging effects of stress on human health. Specifically, by targeting causes of stress whether they are personal, work, or financially related, all humans are subject to the psychological, mental, and physical effects of stress. Excessive or long-term stress can lead to physiological changes that are unhealthy. Continue reading →

How to Avoid Catching Contagious Stress

Don't Catch Stress! We’ve all heard that stress is both unhealthy and unavoidable. But did you know that it’s also contagious? New research from The Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences and the Clemens Kirschbaum Technical Center in Dresden, Germany has recently addressed the intriguing possibility that stress can spread like an infectious disease. These researchers conducted a large-scale study investigating stress moving from person to person through observation and Continue reading →

Spring Newsletter: Stop the Spread of Stress

Life's stress got you down? Learn all about the science behind Adaptogens and how they can help you stop the spread of stress. Below is a short introduction provided by Isagenix Chief Science Officer Suk Cho, Ph.D., also found on Page 2 of the newsletter (to view the PDF link, Adobe Acrobat Reader is required): Word from the Chief  Stress is the single greatest overlooked factor with an impact on health. Are you aware of the stress epidemic? More than a third of U.S. adults experience Continue reading →