Citrus Bioflavonoids: The Perfect Complement to C-Lyte

When it comes to antioxidant protection, variety is key. Vitamin C along with vitamins E and A are essential antioxidant vitamins, but there are also several other kinds of antioxidants such as flavonoids (or bioflavonoids) found in plants including from citrus sources. Citrus fruits are unique because of the variety of antioxidants they supply to combat the harmful effects of oxidative stress—which is why Isagenix C-Lyte® (currently only available as part of Ageless Essentials Daily Pack) now Continue reading →

How to Get Glowing Skin from Within

From expensive creams to painful procedures, many are willing to go to extremes to get youthful-looking skin. But what if the answer wasn't in a bottle or tube? When it comes to making skin glow, what you put in your body is just as important as what you put on it. As you might’ve guessed, a healthy, balanced diet is key for giving skin that healthy shine. There are also certain nutrients that stand out for optimum glowing effects: Beta-carotene: Beta-carotene is a colorful plant pigment Continue reading →

4 New Reasons Why Vitamin C is Important

When the cough, sniffles, and aches start, many people will load up on extra vitamin C. Helping boost the immune system is a familiar benefit of the vitamin. But do you know what else vitamin C is good for? Or how much vitamin C you need? Vitamin C, or ascorbic acid, is a water-soluble vitamin, meaning that it doesn't build up in body tissues for later use like fat-soluble vitamins (A, D, E, and K). Rather, the body uses vitamin C when it needs it and then flushes the rest out. The benefit Continue reading →

Vitamin C Benefits: Doubling Up Offers Better Health with Little Risk

How much vitamin C are you getting each day? A new article in Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition says that your intake should be double what is currently recommended. Scientists are speaking up about the suboptimal recommended daily allowance (RDA) of vitamin C, saying that it should be increased to 200 milligrams per day to ensure tissue and cell saturation and promote better overall long-term health. This is more than double the current recommendation of 75 milligrams per day Continue reading →