Once you reach your weight loss goals, keep protein pacing part of your plan for long-term, sustainable weight maintenance. As a professor of health and exercise sciences and director of the Human Nutrition and Metabolism [...]
For healthy and active individuals, adopting a diet high in protein can be key to achieving weight loss and athletic performance goals. Yet as the popularity for protein increases, people have raised questions about the overall safety of raised intakes over an extended period of time.
Have you ever wondered about the best way to do a Shake Day? While there’s no single best way to do a Shake Day, you can customize your Shake Day to create a plan that’s best for you.
If you’re a runner, drinking a protein shake after an exhaustive workout can help protect your bones, reduce your risk of a stress fracture, and help you train multiple times a day. Long, grueling bouts of exercise can be pretty tough on your skeleton.
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.
The reality for the majority of athletes is that endurance and strength capacities decline with age. In general, you’re more likely to have decreased cardiac output, increased resting heart rate, and a diminished heart function.
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.
You’ve been making great headway toward your weight-loss goals. Everything is going smoothly until your progress unexpectedly slows down and then comes to a halt. As far as you can tell, you’re still doing everything right. You’re sticking to all the healthy lifestyle changes that helped you make it this far toward reaching your goals, but it feels like nothing is working anymore.
Athletes seeking to increase strength or muscle tone need to prime their bodies with cellular energy and increase nutrient delivery prior to training. They need to trigger muscle protein synthesis after training, and, an hour or two before training they should consume a moderate meal of carbohydrate, protein, and fat depending on digestion and comfort.
The right kind and right amount of protein after a workout supports maximal muscle synthesis. You’ve just finished pushing yourself beyond your limits at the gym. It’s that euphoric time when you celebrate [...]