Small changes in your daily routine can go a long way toward helping you maintain healthy cholesterol levels. These are three smart choices that are recommended by the American Heart Association, and other experts, to help manage cholesterol levels and protect your heart health.
The holiday season is upon us. There’s no denying that it can also be a time of overindulgence on favorite holiday foods. The good news is that Isagenix can help you find a way to stay on track while still enjoying yourself. Here are some nutritious swaps for your favorite holiday treats, so you can still be festive while managing your weight.
One of the challenges of people reaching their golden years is being able to meet their nutrition requirements, particularly as it comes to protein and vitamin D necessary for supporting muscle and bone health.
Have you ever wondered what it takes to create the natural strawberry, chocolate, vanilla, and cookies and cream flavors in IsaLean® Shake? The chemistry of these flavors is a complex, rewarding combination of taste and smell that’s also influenced by color and texture.
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.
IsaLean® Shakes are nutritious meal replacements on their own, but blending in some of your favorite foods can be a great way to add variety to your Shake Day. Shake add-ins can contribute to the nutritional profile of your IsaLean Shake and are an effective way to get additional nutrients you may need.
Getting the right amount of fiber is essential for supporting a healthy, balanced digestive system. Yet most people get far less than they need. IsaLean® Shake is already rich in fiber with eight grams per serving, but that doesn’t mean you can’t add a nutritious boost to your shake to help you meet your goals.
The length of an ingredient list is probably not the best measure of how a formulated food’s nutritional merit should be judged, but it’s easy to understand why it’s become commonplace.
The most oft-asked questions that nutrition researcher Paul Arciero, Ph.D., gets about eating for weight loss, better health, and athletic performance are usually about “what” and “when” to eat. His answer in every case? Try protein pacing.
Too often athletes go overboard when trying to eat healthfully. They may put themselves under strict calorie limits, cut out certain ingredients, or even avoid entire food groups in the hopes of reaching their performance goals.