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Can I Use Isagenix?

Many people wonder about using Isagenix products in regards to specific medical conditions or situation. While the following information cannot be a substitute for medical advice, it will provide helpful explanations to some of the most common questions and concerns regarding Isagenix use during certain times. As always, it is best to check with your doctor prior to beginning an Isagenix System, changing your diet, or modifying your lifestyle.

Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

Pregnant womanGood nutrition is essential throughout life, but especially if you are planning to get pregnant, already pregnant, or breastfeeding. None of these situations are a safe time to diet. Women require an additional 200 calories each day during the final trimester of pregnancy. Although it differs slightly between individuals, nursing mothers that exclusively breastfeed their baby for the first six months require 300 or more additional calories a day to sustain the higher energy requirements.

Putting a limit on your calorie intake may rob your body of all the nutrients needed by you and your baby. It is crucial for a woman to monitor and discuss her nutritional needs and weight with her doctor or midwife during all stages of her pregnancy. Restricting your calorie intake may mean you aren’t getting all the nutrients you and your baby need. Maintaining a balanced diet, a healthy level of exercise, and gained the recommended amount of weight can lead to a healthier pregnancy and postpartum experience.

Although many of the Isagenix products can provide convenient solutions for busy breastfeeding mums, it is not recommended to practice a reduced calorie diet while nursing. Since pregnant women typically need a higher intake of vitamins, minerals, nutrients, and calories, pairing nutritious IsaLean shakes or IsaLean Bars with a balanced meal can be a convenient way of supplying additional nutrients and calories for your developing baby and you. However, these products should never be used to replace a meal or achieve weight loss during pregnancy.

Pregnant and breastfeeding women are also advised against completing Cleanse Days. The following products are also to be avoided since they contain herbal ingredients that have not been tested for safety during pregnancy/breastfeeding:

  • Nourish for Life
  • Ionix Supreme
  • IsaDelight
  • Thermo GX
  • IsaMove
  • e-Shot

Diabetes

For diabetics, Isagenix products can sometimes be used as tools for supporting diet and lifestyle goals. Since diabetes is a complex condition with various causes, the condition affects individuals differently and treatment can vary from patient to patient.

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For the majority of people, beginning a 30-Day Isagenix Weight Loss System can be a significant change in their diet. For instance, IsaLean Shakes provide 240 calories of balanced nutrition, 8 grams of fiber, and 24 grams of high-quality protein to serve as a satisfying meal replacement. Compared to standard meals, Isagenix IsaLean Shakes have fewer calories and contain a more balanced ratio of nutrients.

Depending on how you choose to monitor and manage your blood glucose, deciding to start an Isagenix System may require certain adjustments as guided by a healthcare professional. For example, certain blood sugar medications are based on the number of carbohydrates you consume. It is important to discuss with your doctor how your diet and exercise habits may affect any medications you are taking.

Isagenix Cleanse Days, a type of nutritionally supported fast, consist of avoiding almost all food for one or two days per week, for a maximum of four days in each month. Research suggests that intermittent fasting is safe for the general population, but it is unclear if it is appropriate for diabetics. Check with your physician to see if Cleanse Days may be a safe and helpful option for managing your blood sugar levels on days you do not consume regular meals. For more information on Isagenix and diabetes see IsagenixHealth.net.

Lactose Intolerance

Lactose intolerance, a digestive condition characterised by a decreased ability to process lactose, a type of carbohydrate in milk. Usually, lactose intolerant individuals can consume tiny amounts of lactose without suffering any digestive discomfort but it varies based on the individual. For instance, some individuals with lactose intolerance may be able to enjoy a glass of milk without consequence, while others may experience negative side effects from a simple splash of milk in their coffee.

It is simple to determine which Isagenix products contain milk since it must be clearly identified on the label. Milk will usually be highlighted in bold on the ingredients list you find on the back of the pack.

Depending on how sensitive you are to lactose, you may find that you can still enjoy some of the Isagenix products that contain milk. Lactase, an enzyme that assists the body in processing milk, is found in IsaLean Shakes (although a small amount of lactose might still remain in the shake). If you are lactose intolerant but curious about an Isagenix product that contains milk, it is suggested to try a small amount at first and increase your intake gradually according to your comfort.

Whether you are hoping to reach a healthy weight, boost your health, or maintain your weight loss, Isagenix can be a helpful tool for reaching your goals. However, it is important to check with your doctor before making any significant changes to your lifestyle or diet or if you have any questions or concerns regarding a new program.