The winter season can make getting to the gym and performing outdoor workouts a bit more difficult. It also doesn’t help that the chilly weather can increase your appetite for consuming calorie-dense foods.
Since the discovery of vitamin D receptors in skeletal muscle, scientists have sought to answer a fundamental question: In what ways does the sunshine vitamin affect athletic performance?
It’s that time of year again when temperatures have dropped to their lowest, and it is likely your vitamin D levels have, too. When the sun’s rays enter the Earth’s atmosphere at too much of an angle as happens during the winter season, UVB rays are blocked off, and your skin can’t produce vitamin D without them.
When it’s cold outside, it’s only natural to want to know if you can prepare IsaLean® Shakes warm or hot to stay on your Isagenix program. A warm IsaLean Shake is great as a creamy, hot alternative to sugar- or calorie-laden hot cocoa or coffee.