Our Impact on Health

According to a report by Arizona State University’s Seidman Research Institute, Isagenix contributes to the economy through cost savings associated with using our nutritional solutions. A Seidman study of 12,561 Isagenix Customers who reported their weight loss using Isagenix Solutions showed the avoided medical treatment costs and retained workforce productivity over a 20-year period could be as much as:

  • US$357 million (US$28,000 per person) for a subset of five chronic diseases.*
  • US$461 million (US$36,700 per person) for the entire set of 20 chronic diseases.**

*Asthma, chronic back pain, diabetes, hypertension, and osteoarthritis.

**Asthma, Alzheimer’s, breast cancer, chronic back pain, colorectal cancer, congestive heart failure, coronary heart disease, diabetes, end stage renal disease, endometrial cancer, esophageal adenocarcinoma, gallbladder cancer, gallbladder disease, gastric cardia adenocarcinoma, hypertension, osteoarthritis, ovarian cancer, pancreatic cancer, renal cancer, and stroke.

Our Impact on the Community

Isagenix has a strong impact on local and global communities.

  • Since launching in 2018, the ISA Foundation has awarded grants totaling more than $2.5 million to 65 nonprofits.*
  • Since 2012, Isagenix and its Customers, Associates, and employees have raised over US$10 million in 12 countries for Make-A-Wish®, helping the nonprofit grant over 1,000 wishes.

*As of January 2020

Our Impact Through Volunteerism

We encourage our employees, Customers, and Associates to give back by donating their time and serving others throughout the world. By volunteering for a variety of nonprofit organizations around the world, we live out our company’s core value of contribution and seek to inspire others to do the same. 

Our largest companywide volunteer effort is our annual Global Give Back Day. Launched in 2016, this initiative encourages employees, Associates, and Customers around the world to give back to their communities and environment. In 2019, Global Give Back Day activities included packing meals for those in need and volunteering with nonprofit organizations that help children, families, and the elderly who have health and financial issues.