Isagenix has a great line up of products for a healthy lifestyle. There product line up includes:
- Healthy weight loss solutions
- Athletic performance enhancement nutrition
- Healthy aging nutrition
But, what many people forget is Isagenix has a host of other great products, for every day living at your best.
This includes – COFFEE!
For many of us, we don’t even want to think about starting our day without a fresh, cup of dark deliciousness! With Isagenix, you can make that cup of Joe, a healthy option, as well as a great morning pick-me-up.
And, now you enter to win, just by replying to our thread here —
What Makes Isagenix Coffee Different?
Isagenix coffee is a fair trade blend of 100 percent Arabica beans. Isagenix Coffee is slow-roasted, smooth-tasting ground coffee to help start your mornings right. What makes it different are:
- It contains green tea extract, trace minerals, and coconut oil
- The green tea complements the coffee’s natural antioxidant powers, while trace minerals offset acidity and the coconut oil adds a pleasant, buttery finish.
- This is a small batch, enhanced coffee, with hints of chocolate and citrus
- A state-of-the-art process ensures that every cup is pure, fresh and totally free of contaminants.
- The beans are picked at just the right time, resulting in a deep, bold and complex flavor.
- And, their coffee beans are never touched by human hands during the roasting process
Isagenix coffee is also completely toxin-free (it’s completely mycotoxin-free, unlike some organic coffee blends that contain this potentially harmful mold, and is rigorously tested for heavy metals and pesiticides) – supporting good health while maximizing energy levels at the same time.
Isagenix Coffee is a delicious and naturally caffeinated boost for the body and brain (1-3). Coffee is a known ergogenic aid, studied for its effects on exercise performance, and its effects on power and endurance (4-7). Coffee also supports endurance, keeping you going longer (8).
Most recently, the 2015 U.S. Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee evaluated the latest scientific literature surrounding the study of coffee and determined that moderate coffee consumption (three to five cups per day) can be easily incorporated into a healthy nutritional system (9).
Win a 12oz Package of Isagenix Coffee
Now you can win a package of this high-quality coffee. All you have to do is tell us how many cups of coffee you drink, on average a day. Post your answer here —
And, one lucky winner will be randomly chosen from all entries received. The lucky winner will be chosen on Valentine’s Day – February 14, 2018 – so hurry and enter now!
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- Bailey R, Arab L. Nutritional prevention of cognitive decline. Adv Nutr.(Bethesda, Md.). 2012; 3(5): 732-3. Greenberg JA, Boozer CN, Geliebter A. Coffee, diabetes, and weight control. Am Soc Clin Nutr. 2006 Oct; 84:682-693.
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- Spriet LL, Graham TE. ACSM Current Comment. American College of Sports Medicine. N.D. Accessed on 10 Aug 2015. Available at: http://www.acsm.org/docs/current-comments/caffeineandexercise.pdf
- Schubert MM, Hall S, Leveritt M, Grant G, Sabapathy S, Desbrow B. Caffeine consumption around an exercise bout: effects on energy expenditure, energy intake, and exercise enjoyment. J Appl Physiol (1985). 2014 Oct 1;117(7):745-54. doi: 10.1152/japplphysiol.00570.2014. Epub 2014 Aug 14.
- Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. Scientific Report of the 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee. Part A. Executive summary. Accessed on 10 Aug 2015. Available at: http://www.health.gov/dietaryguidelines/2015-scientific-report/02-executive-summary.asp