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 [...]
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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!
The holiday season is infamous for wreaking havoc on your health and waistline. Manager of Product Education Sara Richter is on the call to share her tips for staying on track through the new year.
Determining when to eat is just as important as deciding what to eat for both weight loss and athletic performance, yet its importance is often overlooked.
Have questions about how to best use AMPED Protein Bars? Check out our latest video that introduces these bars and how to optimize results when using them as part of your exercise training protocol.
Different types of carbohydrates in foods can affect the body in different ways. Net carbs reflect the amount of carbohydrates in a food that are likely to have an impact on blood glucose levels and can be a useful tool for athletes or anyone with specific nutritional goals.
Adding Isagenix products to your nightly routine has become more popular than ever. With so many choices to consider, focusing on your goals can help you select the right mix of Isagenix products to add to your evening schedule.
If you’re finding it more difficult to maintain your figure as you get older, you’re not alone. Middle age brings many physical and physiological changes that can lead to weight gain and muscle loss, particularly for women.
Check and double check the labels on the back of products prior to consumption, log the total number of calories per meal or snack, and fit in a daily exercise routine to keep muscle intact. Sounds like the perfect plan for healthy aging, right?