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Ever wonder how your friends breeze through Cleanse Days while you continue to struggle? Or maybe you’re preparing to complete your first Cleanse Day, but are feeling a bit intimidated. Even if Cleanse Days aren’t a problem for you, you may be wondering how you can better help others make the day a little easier.
The holiday season is infamous for wreaking havoc on your health and waistline. Manager of Product Education Sara Richter is on the call to share her tips for staying on track through the new year.
Have you ever wondered what goes on inside your body during a Cleanse Day? Scientists refer to the basic concept behind Cleanse Days as intermittent fasting, and an increasing number of studies have highlighted its potential benefits for health and well-being.
So, you’ve made the decision to adopt a healthy lifestyle, change your eating habits, and get moving. It may seem simple at first, but the reality is that lifestyle adjustments (although extremely important for your health long-term) can lead to unwanted “side effects” in the short term, if you’re not careful.
One of the most unique components of the scientifically validated Isagenix 30-Day System is nutritional cleansing, or what Isagenix Customers know as Cleanse Days. While experienced cleansers already know the benefits of completing regular Cleanse Days, it can often be a tough concept to explain to newcomers.
Calorie restriction (CR) has attracted considerable attention from the press and the scientific community. Since the seminal rat studies of Dr. Clive McCay at Cornell University in the 1930s, the benefits of CR like longer lifespans have been demonstrated in laboratory animals while short-term human studies have documents weight loss and metabolic improvements.
Cleanse Days are a powerful tool in helping you to reach or maintain a healthy weight. But the science behind Cleanse Days suggests there may be additional benefits for your health beyond a slimmer body.