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Why Parents Should Add Isagenix Products to Kids’ School Lunch

Any loving parent wants the best for their children, and for many that includes packing a lunch and snacks from home for school. But two new studies question if parents are packing the healthiest lunches and snacks possible, as studies suggest that in comparison, most school-made lunches and snacks are actually healthier.

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Controlling Blood Sugar to Age Gracefully

Almost half of all Americans have blood sugar concentrations that are considered too high, with those over 60 being especially at risk (1). Uncontrolled, it could mean a higher risk of metabolic syndrome and eventual chronic disease.

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Aging Actively

Reaching retirement age should not mean retiring your running shoes, yet it happens all too often. The thought of exercising may sound like an uphill battle for many adults, but Isagenix products can help.

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Posted by on in Athlete Nutrition
Build Stronger Muscles with Vitamin D

When planning a nutritional strategy for building muscle strength, power, and force, most athletes think of protein and carbohydrates – not vitamin D. But emerging science is beginning to show exactly how important vitamin D is for muscle function.

Tagged in: muscle vitamin d
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Meet the Adaptogens in Ionix Supreme

Stress affects us every day. Whether from work, finances, or relationships, stress can make us feel overworked and overloaded. But stress affects more than just our mental performance. It has real physical consequences, too, and can eventually lead to poor health and disease.

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Posted by on in Health Professional Calls

Trainer: Sara Richter, B.Sc., Nutrition Communications Specialist

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Save Your Telomeres

Since their discovery more than 75 years ago by the Nobel Laureate geneticist Hermann Müller, telomeres have attracted worldwide attention among scientists investigating the aging process.

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Posted by on in Healthy Aging
A New Way to Age Well

Everybody ages. It’s inevitable and a fact of life. But aging doesn’t have to mean slowing down or settling for less-than-perfect health. It’s time to say goodbye to the ways people have aged in the past and introduce a new way to age. Embracing recent medical and nutritional research, scientists at Isagenix are seeking out ways to best keep the body in a youthful state.

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Cleanse Your Way to Longevity

Nutritional cleansing has always been a unique part of Isagenix. Routine Cleanse Days are truly at the heart of some of the greatest health benefits attributed to weight loss with Isagenix.

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Fall Newsletter: The New Way to Age Well

Isagenix is redefining the way we age. Now you can learn all about it in our new Fall 2014 newsletter that features the science behind our Total Health and Longevity System with Product B IsaGenesis. Below is a short introduction provided by Isagenix Chief Science Officer Suk Cho, Ph.D., also found on Page 2 of the newsletter:

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How Athletes Can Build a Stronger Immune System

Whether training for a race or competitive sport, one of the worst challenges that athletes can face is sickness or injury. But athletes come with the added risk of a compromised immune system because of frequent and extreme trainings.

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Podcast: Do Your Joints Hurt? Don’t Put Up With It!

Trainer: Dr. Paul Anderson - If your joints hurt, you need to listen to this podcast.

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Beware Ingredient Scare Mongering

Sometimes companies resort to frightening people about other companies’ products just to sell their own.

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Posted by on in Personal Care
How to Avoid Dry, Aging Skin This Fall

When temperatures plummet so can the natural moisture in your skin. The result is dehydrated, itchy skin that’s more vulnerable to environmental stressors and at greater risk of cumulative damage.

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The Top Four “Ask A Nutritionist” Questions


    Katie Coles, MS, RD, CPT, Research Nutritionist II
    Gillean Barkyoumb, MS, RD, Nutrition Communications Specialist II

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Not All Processed Foods Are Alike

Avoid processed foods. It’s one of the most unchallenged dietary recommendations for anyone trying to lose weight or gain health.

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Posted by on in Bone Health
3 New Reasons Why You Need Vitamin D

Dark mornings and early sunsets aren’t just reminders that fall and winter are coming. They also mean it’s time to rebuild vitamin D levels. Because sun exposure is a critical part of getting enough vitamin D, it’s common for levels to drop during fall and winter months, leading to greater risk for health complications.

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Posted by on in Health Professional Calls
Podcast: Cleansing 101

Trainer: Gillean Barkyoumb, MS, RD, Nutrition Communications Specialist II

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Posted by on in Athlete Nutrition
Make Your Cleanse Day a “Shred Day”

It was once taken as fact by bodybuilders and fitness competitors that to keep metabolism high and stay anabolic, you had to eat every three to four hours. Any deviation from this eating schedule would put one at risk of losing hard-earned muscle—every bodybuilder’s nightmare. But with the rise of intermittent fasting, traditional dietary philosophies for building muscle and burning fat have been turned on their heads. Both the science and anecdotal reports are beginning to show that intermittent fasting can help bodybuilders get shredded.* 

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8 Questions You Were Too Afraid to Ask About Isagenix

Regardless of continuous reminders that there’s really no such thing as a silly question, we know that some of you have been holding back. How do we know? Because we hear about them—in whispers at our “Ask a Nutritionist” booth at Isagenix events, via Facebook messages, personal emails, and sometimes even hand-written notes given to our corporate staff. But now it’s time to share eight of the most common questions we receive and divulge answers once and for all.

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