FINISH STRONG

Today is your last Cleanse Day in the 30-Day Cleansing and Fat Burning System, so give it ALL you’ve got!

Do everything in your power to be successful. Keep good snacks around—organic fruits and veggies, unsalted almonds IsaDelight Plus™ and Isagenix Snacks!—to help you through those challenging moments.

Your water bottle should be with you at all times. Not only does it help with the cleansing process, but it also helps quell uncomfortable hunger pangs until it's time for a healthy snack or another serving of Cleanse for Life®. 

Don’t forget to take Ionix® Supreme to help nourish your body with antioxidants and stress-easing adaptogens. 

Skip today’s workout and keep other physical activities to a minimum. This allows your body to focus on cleansing and rejuvenating. 

Do your deep breathing exercises at least twice a day. Remember, one of the ways your body expels waste is through your lungs. 

When you think back to the beginning of this process, you'll probably realize that you've made an incredible transformation. You probably have greater energy, more lean muscle mass and have experienced weight loss if you've followed the system closely. Even if you've deviated a bit from the system, you're probably still seeing some terrific changes. 

Have a great day! 

The IsaDiary™ Team


Pounds Not Coming Off? - Try Intervals

Want to lose weight faster? Try this amped up form of cardiovascular exercise—intervals. Intervals are simply when you exercise at a higher intensity during segments of your regular workout. Here's one way to do it: 

If you do a moderate workout, like walking for 30 minutes at a three-mile an hour pace, you could walk the first five minutes at three-miles an hour. Then, during the second five minutes increase your pace. Then, decrease your walking to a three-mile an hour pace for the next five minutes and so on. 

A recent study at the University of Guelph in Ontario demonstrated this. Female cyclists who completed a high-intensity interval routine burned 36 percent more fat when they finished exercising, compared to the amount of fat they burned before exercising.

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