The human body is capable of digesting large quantities of protein, but not all of it is used to synthesize muscle. Following a meal, protein digestion starts in the stomach by pepsin in the presence [...]
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 [...]
Wondering whether creatine is right for you? You might consider reviewing its ever-lengthening list of benefits. It’s not just for building muscle and strength anymore. Creatine first grew in popularity among power and strength athletes, and for good reason.
With the recent launch of AMPED™ Nitro, the most frequent questions are, 1) how it compares to AMPED Power and, 2) whether you should choose it over AMPED Power. As it turns out, the two preworkout products do have differences, and the right choice for you can depend on your needs.
Have you ever looked at the current recommendations for exercise and felt overwhelmed? One way to reach your fitness goals is by adopting Dr. Paul Arciero’s RISE Protocol.
One of the main active ingredients in the new Isagenix product, AMPED Nitro, is the potent, pump-building Nitrosigine®. AMPED Nitro provides 1500 mg of Nitrosigine per serving, an amount selected based on several recent scientific publications.
With research-backed ingredients, AMPED Nitro boosts energy, strength and focus for optimal training and performance. Listen in as Research Nutritionist Alex Mohr provides an overview of the science behind this new addition to the AMPED performance line.
AMPED™ Nitro is a multifunctional pre-workout supplement formulated to maximize focus, training adaptations, and recovery.† AMPED Nitro contains a combination of ingredients including creatine monohydrate, Nitrosigine®, beta-alanine, L-citrulline, betaine, taurine, and naturally occurring caffeine from tea leaves.
Recently, I came across this statistic: More than 60 percent of people in the United States (or, two out of three people) make New Year’s resolutions, mostly to get healthier (>85 percent), but only 8 percent are successful in achieving their resolutions!
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?