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.
Those last few pounds clinging to your midsection often feel like the most difficult pounds to lose. Fortunately, there are science-backed strategies that can help you successfully get rid of belly fat.
Is your late-night dinner the reason you can’t lose weight? The notion that calories in equals calories out, regardless of what time of day you consume them, might actually be dated advice.
When it comes to toning up after weight loss, everyone has an opinion about what works best. There seems to be a new fitness trend just about every week that promises to be your perfect solution. But if you’re not a fitness expert, it can be tough to know what will truly help you achieve the results you want.
The way your muscles respond to exercise training can depend largely on the availability of amino acids from protein. This is why athletes are accustomed to guzzling down whey protein within the first couple of hours after their workouts to accelerate muscle gains and recovery.
Packed with 36 grams of quality protein, IsaLean® PRO Shake is unrivaled in quality and taste and is now available in new Strawberry Cream Flavor. Haven’t tried it yet? Here are five reasons we think it should be your go-to source for whey protein:
Is having a big appetite after the gym getting in the way of your weight loss? Drinking a whey protein-based shake immediately after working out could help prevent overeating after going to the gym, a small UK study reports.
Beginning around age 30, we begin to lose muscle and gain body fat every year. Specifically, age-related muscle loss occurs at an average rate of three to five percent per decade between the ages of 30 and 60 and accelerates significantly after age 60. This is a serious concern since abnormally low muscle mass, know as sarcopenia, is linked to loss of strength and mobility, culminating in unhealthy aging and frailty.
Eating more protein is linked to a smaller waist and better cholesterol levels, a new study finds. Researchers at the US Army Research institute of Environmental Medicine found an association between habitually consuming protein in [...]