Seven out of 10 adults say that their stress is enough to interfere with daily life, making stress relief an essential part of self-care. Frequent lifestyle stress can take a toll on both the mind [...]
The star ingredient in the newly released Immune Shake Booster is Wellmune®*. Wellmune is a 1,3/1,6 beta glucan from the walls of Saccharomyces cerevisiae, or baker’s yeast. With immunomodulating properties, it is backed by over a dozen scientific [...]
Eleuthero has been used in in China for more than 2,000 years and is used in traditional Chinese medicine for stress and to support physical endurance (1, 2). Modern use of the root was popularized after the former Soviet Union decided to include it in its space and sport programs (3, 4).
Ashwagandha, or winter cherry, is considered one of the most prized Ayurvedic herbs in India, similar to what ginseng is in China. The adaptogen has been used safely for more than 3,000 years in Ayurvedic medicine, a system originated in northern India more than 5,000 years ago.
Workout regimens come and go as fads, changing in popularity every year. The ancient practice of yoga, however, is just as popular now as it was years ago. The benefits of yoga reach far beyond improving flexibility and can significantly improve performance for the better.
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.
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.
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 [...]
During competition, a high jumper may harness adrenaline and nervous energy to increase focus, speed, and force during the jump. Here’s where stress is a good thing. But a little too much stress can cause [...]
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 [...]