Trainer: Paul Arciero, Ph.D., Scientific Advisory Board Member Whether your goal is to build muscle or decrease body fat, nutrient timing and macronutrient intake are crucial to achieving your goals. Scientific Advisory [...]
One of our best-loved products at Isagenix is our e+™ energy shots, packed full of plant-based caffeine from green tea and yerba mate. Caffeine is frequently used by elite athletes, and between 2004 and 2008 almost three [...]
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?
Isagenix recently announced that the AMPED™ line and other athlete-focused products are now Informed-Sport certified. Learn why competitive athletes who are subject to testing in their sport put their trust in the Informed-Sport logo.
In an earlier podcast, we discussed the AMPED™ products and their impact on female athletes. Now, Dr. Paul Biondich puts the focus on men’s performance and provides recommendations for using the line.
Adding Isagenix products to your nightly routine has become more popular than ever. With so many choices to consider, focusing on your goals can help you select the right mix of Isagenix products to add to your evening schedule.
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.
A new study has found that when physically fit men used Isagenix products to boost their protein intake and improve their nutrition when training, they significantly enhanced their muscular power, strength, aerobic performance, and flexibility.
Isagenix, a leading global health and wellness company that is committed to continued investment in scientific research, is pleased to announce the publication of a new study that provides additional validation of its nutritional products for improving physical performance.
There’s no question about it. Alcohol and athletics don’t mix, because it makes an impact on your recovery which is critical to reaching your optimal performance and fitness levels. Unfortunately, too many sports have created an entire culture based around drinking for fans and athletes alike. In fact, binge drinking is so prevalent in sports that studies suggest that athletes are more likely than the general population to drink in excess (1, 2).