Sunday, October 17, 2010

Guest Post & Giveaway: Isagenix for a healthier new you! - CLOSED

Guest Post by Kate of Isagenix 
(I've not personally used Isagenix products)

More than ever our children are experiencing the consequences of unhealthy eating habits, lack of physical activity and the continual bombardment of dangerous toxins from our ever-changing environment. According to the USDA, poor nutrition (ie: eating too much fat, sugar & sodium, and not eating enough fruits & vegetables) affects student' performance in school by decreasing energy levels, ability to concentrate, and ability to learn, not to mention increased illness.

Our children's bodies are true miracles, but these little bodies cannot function optimally without proper fuel and when they're continually exposed to over-processed, chemically preserved, genetically altered and nutritionally bankrupt foods. At every stage of childhood development, our children are in desperate need of high-grade nutrients to fuel their growing bodies and brains. If we are what we eat, then our kids are headed for big trouble!

My personal interest in this area has increased substantially since having my son in 2001. My pregnancy was complicated with toxemia and my son was diagnosed on the Autism Spectrum at age 3. Just over a year ago I discovered a line of all natural food and nutritional supplements, sourced from all over the planet and developed by a top nutritionist. After personally trying the Isagenix products, I started sharing them with my family. My husband, who's very active (and cynical!), was impressed with the great taste and at how the high quality protein was improving his workouts. My son, who can be sensitive to tastes and textures, LOVED the nutritional bars, cookies, natural energy drink and kids' vitamins. And me? Well, I was losing extra weight (40 lbs so far), experiencing increased energy, and my blood levels became normal for the first time in years. But BEST OF ALL, I'm feeling great about taking care of my family with optimal nutrition.
For more information go to or email me at IsaKateD[at] It's your family and your health. Your choices make the difference.

Buy It!
You can purchase Isagenix products online at retail prices or contact Kate directly for wholesale prices and FREE personal health coaching: IsaKateD[at]

Win It - Giveaway Details!
One winner will receive a sampler gift pack of Isagenix foods, including one packet of vanilla IsaLean shake, one serving of Want More Energy electrolyte drink mix, one Slim Cake, one Peanut Crunch IsaLean Bar and one IsaDelite chocolate!  This giveaway will end on October 29th at 10:00PM Central.  I'll email the winner who will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen!  (US Only)

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shala_darkstone Wednesday, October 20, 2010 at 5:15:00 AM CDT  

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Louis H Monday, October 25, 2010 at 4:58:00 PM CDT  

I learned that 80% of cosmetics contain parabens what can lead to cancer

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