Athletes who are in the habit of swigging a shot of Isagenix e+ just before workouts or an Ionix Supreme afterward might find that these products are giving them a little extra boost to performance too.
For athletes on an Isagenix System, two IsaLean® or IsaLean PRO Shakes and the suggested third meal are sometimes not enough to improve performance. If you fall within this category, here are a few tips to keep in mind when making adjustments to your nutrition plan.
The short answer: Yes. Gaining muscle and losing fat can happen when your nutrition and exercise are aligned properly. However, most people go about it in the wrong way.
Researchers from the University of Southampton recently investigated bone development in growing children and found that greater muscle mass is linked to healthier bones, while fat mass is not. The scientists compared muscle mass and bone density data collected as a part of the Southampton Women's Survey in more than 200 children. Measures included total fat mass, lean mass, and bone density at birth and between six and seven years by dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DEXA), which is currently