There have been many Isagenix reviews and studies conducted over the years regarding the science behind Isagenix. However, recently, there is much interest online regarding Intermittent fasting and PRISE, or more specifically the P, in Prise, Protein Pacing, Intermittent Fasting and Protein pacing are two of the core components of the Isagenix cleanse program. Below are 16 articles that have appeared online recently discussing Intermittent fasting, Prise and protein pacing with regards to performance and weight loss.
Firstly we should explain Intermittent Fasting and P.R.I.S.E. Intermittent fasting is an eating schedule whereby you dramatically cut your food intake for a day or two. Whilst PRISE is an acronym that stands for Protein Pacing, Resistance training, interval sprints, stretching and endurance exercise. Intermittent fasting is a core element in the Isagenix Nutritional cleansing program, as is protein pacing, the first and most important element in PRISE. Below are some links and snippets of recent articles published online that explains both components in more detail.
1. DAILY MAIL
- The healthy eating phrase of the moment is protein pacing
- Involves eating 20g of protein, four to six times per day
- Research shows those that consume higher grams of protein on a regular basis – also known as protein pacing – are fitter, leaner and have less belly fat.
Article – How to Get Into the Best Shape of Your Life, According to Science. March 27, 2017
Snippet -It’s all about protein pacing. Dr Arciero explains how protein pacing works. “Consuming at least 20 grams of high-quality protein four to six times per day stimulates protein synthesis in the cells and the production of healthy, lean muscle mass. And the more muscle you have, the more calories your body burns. Regular protein intake also stimulates your metabolism to operate at a higher burning rate, and signals the brain that you’re satiated. That means you’ll naturally eat fewer calories overall, because the protein fills you up.
Article – Dr. Paul Arciero Helps You Keep Your Eyes on the PRISE – March 2, 2017
Snippet…Protein pacing has really caught on as a number of studies have identified its efficacy. It’s not a high protein diet; it’s a sensible protein diet, making sure you consume the recommended amount of protein throughout the day by anchoring protein at each of your meals. We read about eating too much protein but the opposite is true: We’re not consuming enough.
4. MUSCLE AND FITNESS
Snippet – There is one bit of detoxing, though that scientists do focus on. The human body stores environmental toxins—like PCBs and DDT—in fat deposits, but those toxins aren’t released into the bloodstream until you start losing weight and breaking down that nasty fat. But there are some encouraging signs that a particular method of weight loss, called protein-pacing caloric restriction (P-CR), helps release these toxins and reduce the amount of free radicals, without showing any increases in disease markers
5. MEN’S JOURNAL
SNIPPET… the ideal wellness program “PRISE”: Protein-paced, Resistance, Interval, Stretching, and Endurance — a new way to highlight the long-known five components of fitness, which include cardiovascular endurance, muscular endurance, muscular strength, flexibility, and body composition….If your training program overlooks or ignores any one of the five components of fitness, you’re basically selling yourself short. You need all five areas to truly get in stellar shape.
6. MEN’S FITNESS
Article – Think you’re fit? Scientists just figured out how to become even fitter – February 8, 2017
Snippet – By timing your protein intake, prioritising antioxidants, and balancing strength training with cardio work, even experienced athletes attained new levels of strength, the researchers found….Researchers found that the PRISE program not only boosted the fitness of already physically fit people, but also improved their total body fat mass and abdominal fat, lean body mass, metabolic and heart health.
7. SCIENCE DAILY
Article – Diet quality improves fitness among the fittest – February 6, 2017
Summary – In two recent peer-reviewed papers exercise scientists report proven benefits of consuming moderate amounts of protein regularly throughout the day (protein-pacing) combined with a multi-dimensional exercise regimen that includes resistance exercise, interval sprint exercise, stretching and endurance exercise.
Article – Diet helps shed pounds, release toxins and reduce oxidative stress – January 11, 2017
Summary – Research by exercise scientists has found that a balanced, protein-pacing, low-calorie diet that includes intermittent fasting not only achieves long-term weight loss, but also helps release toxins in the form of PCBs from the body fat stores, in addition to enhancing heart health and reducing oxidative stress.
Article – The Athlete’s Guide to Protein – April 27, 2017
Snippet…’When it comes to protein powders, whey still reigns king. “It’s well established that whey protein is superior to all other proteins for improving body composition and muscle performance because it contains the most leucine, which is the strongest stimulus to increase protein synthesis,’ says Dr. Arciero
Article – Meet “Protein Pacing,” the Eating Technique That Can Jump-Start Your Weight Loss – March 28, 2017
Snippet – Recent research suggests that it’s not just about how much protein you’re eating but when you’re eating it too. And that’s where something called “protein pacing” comes in. It’s a pretty straightforward concept—it just means that you’re staggering your protein intake throughout the day in order to properly fuel your body. But the science shows that practicing this conscious decision—particularly when used with a few other fitness strategies—can result in optimal fat burn and fitness gains.
10. MIND BODY GREEN
Article – New Study Shows A Protein-Pacing + IF Combo Promotes Detox & Weight Loss – January 13, 2017
Snippet – New research shows that following a balanced, high-protein diet that includes intermittent fasting can help you decrease oxidative damage, detox from stored toxins, and protect your heart.
Article – To Get In The Best Shape Of Your Life: Stop Calorie Counting, Start Protein-Pacing – February 8, 2017
Snippet – Counting calories is a thing of the past. More and more research is pointing to the importance of when and what we eat (protein pacing) and how we exercise rather than calories in, calories out. In fact, these factors could be what is making or breaking your diet.
11. FIT STYLE LIFE
Article – Want To Improve Your Health In Every Way? Try Protein-Pacing – February 7, 2017
It’s not about simply eating less calories and doing more exercise. It’s about eating the right foods at the right time (protein pacing) and incorporating a combination of exercises that most effectively promotes health and fitness.
12. EAT THIS, NOT THAT!
Article – How to Eat Protein for Optimal Fat Loss
Want to lose 10 pounds and lose body fat? Pacing your protein intake is key. Most of us get the bulk of our daily protein at breakfast and dinner, but according to new research, loading up on the nutrient just twice a day isn’t the best way to go if fat loss is one of your goals. According to the study, which is in the journal Nutrients and Growth Hormone and IGF-1 Research, consuming moderate amounts of protein throughout the day (a strategy dubbed protein pacing) along with combined resistance, interval, stretching and endurance training can give you the results you’ve been after.
13. FOX NEWS
ARTICLE – How to get into the best shape of your life, according to science – April 6, 2017
Maybe your goal pace feels just out of reach. Or you’re frustrated by a lack of progress at the gym. The answer may not involve exercising more, but rather rethinking how much protein you eat—and when.
14. BREAKING MUSCLE
ARTICLE – PRISE: The Regimen Of Champions
PRISE stands for protein pacing, resistance, interval, stretching, and endurance. These five elements could be the key to helping the truly fit get even fitter. Protein pacing means eating moderate quantities of protein at regular intervals throughout the day. The regular protein intake will encourage better muscular development and ensure the muscles have all the ATP energy required for muscle-building and post-workout repair.
15. HEALTH BUZZ FEED
Article – How Balanced Diet Helps Shed Pounds, Release Stress – Research – January 12, 2017
Snippet – Not a single day passes when your body is devoid to exposure to toxins which enter your body through the food you eat, the water you drink, environment pollution. The bad bacteria in your body and yeast create some dangerous toxins, and viral infections, stress, anxiety and negative thinking all add to the total body burden of toxins. If these toxins are not released from your bloodstream, they get stored in fatty tissue of your body. While you are dieting and losing weight, body fat breaks down and all the toxins are released into your bloodstream. However a Protein pacing-Calorie restricted (P-CR) balanced diet can reduce oxidative stress and aid detoxification.
16. PASTE MAGAZINE
Article – Bodies in Balance: PRISE Protocol – May 8, 2017
Dr. Arciero says one of the reasons his program is so different than all the others is that it’s easy to remember. “Keep your eye on the PRISE,” is the phrase he often says to help people turn this program into a lifestyle. “It’s also easy to follow,” says Arciero, because this program is based on four types of exercise with each on performed one day per week, along with providing the body the right nutrients at the right time to improve body composition and performance. For example, “protein pacing (P) is your dietary foundation for each meal and then just perform one of the exercise routines (R.I.S.E) one time per week, and you’ve successfully completed PRISE,” he explains.
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