Scientists and health practitioners have long sought to better understand, manage, and prevent the damaging effects of stress on human health. Specifically, by targeting causes of stress whether they are personal, work, or financially related, all humans are subject to the psychological, mental, and physical effects of stress. Excessive or long-term stress can lead to physiological changes that are unhealthy.
During competition, a high jumper may harness adrenaline and nervous energy to increase focus, speed, and force during the jump. Here’s where stress is a good thing. But a little too much stress can cause [...]
Life's stress got you down? Learn all about the science behind Adaptogens and how they can help you stop the spread of stress. Below is a short introduction provided by Isagenix Chief Science Officer Suk [...]
Trainer: Director of Science Communications David Despain, M.Sc. Introducing two new Isagenix products: Black Sesame IsaLean Shake and t+ Chai! Both products can be enjoyed hot or cold and have unique health [...]
New t+ Chai pairs black tea with stress-fighting adaptogens. Second only to water, tea is the most commonly consumed beverage in the world. Time and again research also suggests many health benefits associated [...]