Medical doctors were questioning their patients when they came for check ups and saw how much weight they had lost and their test results were changing as well. One doctor stood in front of a huge audience and shared his story. Skeptical is putting it mildly. He had to investigate it himself. Please watch the last video. Isagenix investigation by doctors.
Want to hear from a panel of experts including Doctors? You will see Health experts speak out about a peer-reviewed clinical study performed at University of Illinois at Chicago on Isagenix products. Do you know what visceral fat is? You will after watching this video
I never doubted Isagenix products but you will see a lot of people calling Isagenix a scam, not because they used the products, but they like to do reviews based on ignorance.
Medical Doctors like Dr. Messina investigated Isagenix and this is the video that he talks about his skepticism
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Dr. Messina became a board certified family practitioner in 1985 and is also an established author of several publications in scientific journals. He left research and now does independent consulting for the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries. Originally skeptical of using Isagenix products, he decided to try them in April 2009. He would not have tried it if it had not been for a patient of his. When he saw the considerable weight his patient had lost, he thought he would investigate it more. He now uses Isagenix products to maintain a healthy weight and recommends that other health professionals use them in their practice. As a result of the video shown below, I have seen an increase of phone calls from medical professionals or patients whose doctors are recommending Isagenix. Dr. Messina had no role in the planning or implementation of this Isagenix clinical trial, and has only recently evaluated the scientific design based on results published in Nutrition & Metabolism (2012,9:98), and Nutrition Journal (2012,11:98). He was quoted as saying: “The findings show that the Isagenix arm displayed greater adherence, 56 percent greater reduction in average weight loss, 47 percent greater reduction in average body fat loss, and twice as much visceral fat loss. The Isagenix arm also had a more pronounced lowering of lipid indicators of cardiovascular risk. These beneficial modulations in cardiovascular risk can be mediated by reductions in visceral fat mass. These results are similar to the results I have been seeing for the past three years with my own patients.
I was the medical director for an independent research facility where I served as the principal investigator on numerous clinical trials sponsored by many of the Fortune 500 pharmaceutical companies. These trials involved hypertension, diabetes, obesity, hyperlipidemia, osteoarthritis, depression, and chronic pain among others. I was also the vice-chairman of an IRB, which is an independent ethics review board, where my function was to review pharmaceutical company research protocols, to ensure sound scientific design and human subject safety. It is from this experience that I wish to comment on the recent clinical trial sponsored by Isagenix.
The design was a scientifically sound, randomized, double-arm study, which consisted of two dietary phases. The first phase consisted of a two-week weight maintenance period. The second phase was an eight-week weight loss period. One arm consumed a standard “heart healthy” diet six days a week, plus a fasting day containing a placebo drink. The second arm consumed two liquid meal replacements—IsaLean Shakes—and a 400-to-600 Kcal low-glycemic meal for six days a week, plus a fasting day where the subjects consumed Cleanse for Life. Both arms received nutritional counseling and prescribed caloric intake was similar. The protocol monitored adherence with diets, and maintenance of physical activity habits.
The study was conducted at the University of Illinois at Chicago. This institution has a stellar reputation for conducting research. Dr. Krista Varady, an assistant professor at the UIC College of Applied Health Sciences, led the study. Dr. Varady is an experienced researcher and has over 30 peer-reviewed publications. The Office for the Protection of Research Subjects at University of Illinois at Chicago approved the experimental protocol and all volunteers gave written informed consent to participate.
I often hear disparaging comments concerning sponsor-funded clinical research. The fact of the matter is that over 75 percent of all clinical trials are sponsor funded. If we depended on government funding for all scientific research we would not have the breakthroughs that exist today, and in truth our world would appear very different.
This video was filmed in January 2012. A once skeptical medical doctor admitted to a very large audience that he wanted to find out that Isagenix was a fraud, but the proof amazed him.
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