The researcher

For those of you that don't know me (hai), I'm a Librarian. Like a, got my masters-studied baby brain development and early literacy- capital 'L' librarian. It was a natural fit for me after undergrad because I love children's books & the thought of learning more about the cognitive functions of tiny humans, excited me. 

Fast forward to 2014 when I jumped in with Isagenix and lost all that weight and all those inches.

Surprisingly, this researcher did ZERO research before putting this nutrition in her body. I was desperate for something. So I trusted a near stranger (who is now one of my closest friends) and jumped in fully. I knew that, had I started researching, I would find something that would hold me back from the action I needed to take. What's funny (not like "ha, ha" funny, but "ya, don't say" funny), is that when I did look in to everything, I didn't (and still haven't) found anything objectionable. But I'm getting ahead...

So, I began researching why on earth these products, this lifestyle, everything, worked.  I pushed up by glasses and started digging around in the science behind phrases like "intermittent fasting", "visceral fat", "depleted nutrition", "undenatured grass-fed whey protein", etc etc.

Because for people with brains like mine, having impeccable results wasn't enough. I needed to know W-H-Y this worked. 

The information I found only reinforced how I physically felt. There was so much science. Science that agreed with my info junkie brain. Science that agrees with my logic. 

Logic can be dangerous because not everyone functions on a logical plane (these people frustrate me to no end, but I'll save that for another post). I read the scientific journals, the peer- reviewed articles and stepped away with an unshakable belief that this nutrition is unbeatable.

Y'all it is so simple.  I've got the studies, reviews, videos, everything to reinforce my beliefs and decision to use Isagenix. But I'm not here to convince anyone (click the 'contact me' button where we can delve in, if you'd like), just to chronicle these next thirty days, stay accountable and show how and W-H-Y the science works.

Cheers, Christin