We are coming up on the most wonderful — and stressful — time of year! Before the holiday season ramps up, now is the time to start implementing a plan to help you better manage stress this time of year. Nutrition Education Specialist Taylor Malham is on the call to discuss strategies to help you look and feel your best this holiday season and keep your stress levels under control.
Director of Scientific Affairs and Communications David Despain is on the call to discuss why comparing Isagenix products to typical processed foods is like comparing apples to oranges. David leans on his food science expertise to break down some of the nuances in food safety and processing as well as answer some of the most commonly asked ingredient questions.
Whether your goal is to build muscle or decrease body fat, nutrient timing and macronutrient intake are crucial to achieving your goals. Scientific Advisory Board member and one of the leading experts in nutrition and fitness Dr. Paul Arciero is on the call to explain how to achieve your ideal body composition through nutrition. From the AMPED™ line to the bedtime belly buster, Dr. Paul discusses how to time your nutrient intake surrounding your workouts for optimal success.
Nutrient timing is not just important for athletes! Scientific Advisory Board member Dr. Paul Arciero is on the call to break down how weight loss can be best achieved by structuring your mealtimes to support your goals. Find out why quality, quantity, and timing of your meals should be the focus for long-term success.
Gillean Barkyoumb, M.S., RDN, Product Education Manager
Not sure what to make for your third meal? Or are you looking to add some variety to your Shake Day? Listen in as Product Education Manager Gillean Barkyoumb shares her favorite recipes from the Isagenix recipe guide, “Simple Recipes, Your Best Results,” and how she lightens up her favorite meals. Gillean and Kjersti discuss their pantry staples that keep them on track and their go-to healthy meals their families love, too.
It is no secret that maintaining your ideal weight gets harder the older you get. Scientific Advisory Board Member, Dr. Nick Messina discusses the factors at play making it so difficult for adults over the age of 40 to keep off the extra weight. As well as his advice to help you stay fit and feel your best no matter how old you are.