Our habits are made up of little things we do as part of our daily lives, often without noticing or thinking much about them. Increasingly, research shows that these daily habits can add up to [...]
Once you reach your weight loss goals, keep protein pacing part of your plan for long-term, sustainable weight maintenance. As a professor of health and exercise sciences and director of the Human Nutrition and Metabolism [...]
The holidays are a time for celebration, family, and fun. Unfortunately, it’s also a season of overindulgences that often lead to weight gain. A growing body of research suggests that setting a goal to maintain your weight could be key to a healthy holiday and a healthy start to the new year.
Maybe you already have a number in mind, but before you decide on a set weight-loss goal, be sure to take these questions into consideration.
Are your weight-loss expectations unrealistic? While setting challenging goals can be motivating, you might do better to focus on realistic and attainable results to avoid becoming discouraged.
Isagenix-funded research has gained some traction on the web. Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite articles related to Isagenix products being used for performance and weight loss.
There are a lot of diets — including some extreme fad diets — that promise to deliver weight loss, but there are a rare few with clinical evidence behind them showing they can help you to keep weight off in the long run.
Get to know Dr. Paul Arciero the scientist behind the most recent weight maintenance and performance studies conducted at Skidmore College, as well as a new addition to the Isagenix Scientific Advisory Board.
There are countless strategies people use to lose weight. Almost any of these approaches can work for a short time, but the most crucial part of weight loss is keeping it off. On average, one third of Americans attempt to lose weight each year.
For those with health and weight-loss goals, the scariest part of Halloween is the abundance of sugary treats everywhere you go. Resisting the urge to raid kids’ giant bags of Halloween candy is one thing, but the season also brings with it an endless amount of other food temptations that come in the form co-workers bringing cookies to the office, candy sales at the grocery store, and seasonal drinks and sweets.