Five New Finalists Named in Popular IsaBody Challenge Health and Fitness Program

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The IsaBody Challenge requires significant discipline and commitment to succeed. When participants pair such dedication with our nutrition solutions, incredible transformations can occur. – Travis Ogden

GILBERT, Ariz. May 17, 2018

Isagenix International, a global health and wellness company providing nutrition and lifestyle solutions, announced five new finalists in its annual total-body and life transformation program, the IsaBody Challenge®. They are: Amber McKenzie of Toronto, Ontario; Colleen DeVeyrac of Kamloops, British Columbia; Julie Marchak of Victoria, British Columbia; Mark Ostrowski of La Grange, Illinois; and Brandon Bullert of Oceanside, California.

Out of the tens of thousands of people expected to complete the IsaBody Challenge this year, these five individuals represent the second group of finalists selected. In total, 15 finalists will be identified for the year, and all of them will compete for a chance to win the grand prize of US$25,000 or the runner-up prize of US$10,000. All finalists will also receive a US$3,000 prize, an all-expenses-paid trip in September to the IsaBody Escape in Costa Rica, and other prizes to recognize their achievements.

“The IsaBody Challenge requires significant discipline and commitment to succeed. When participants pair such dedication with our nutrition solutions, incredible transformations can occur,” said Travis Ogden, chief executive officer of Isagenix. “All of these finalists should be proud of their hard work and achievements. Isagenix congratulates them and wishes them continued success in their wellness journeys.”

For more information on the transformations of Amber, Colleen, Julie, Mark, and Brandon, visit Meet Your 2018 Judging Period 2 Finalists.

The IsaBody Challenge is a 16-week contest that rewards participants for their total-body and life transformations. Participants are judged on their “before” and “after” photos, as well as a personal essay describing their journey. The contest looks for the most inspirational and motivational stories about how participants have made healthy body and life transformations. The IsaBody Challenge, which is open to anyone over the age of 18, has received more than 347,000 entries by participants in the U.S. and Canada since 2014. For more information, visit IsaBody Challenge.

About Isagenix International
Established in 2002, Isagenix provides systems for weight wellness, energy, performance, healthy aging, and wealth creation. With nearly 600,000 customers worldwide and more than 100 life-changing products, packs, and systems globally, the company is committed to producing Solutions to Transform Lives™. Since its inception in 2002, Isagenix has generated $6 billion in cumulative global sales through an independent network of associates in the U.S., Canada, Puerto Rico, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, Taiwan, Mexico, Singapore, Malaysia, Colombia, Indonesia, the United Kingdom, Ireland, the Netherlands, and Belgium. Isagenix is a privately owned company with headquarters in Gilbert, Arizona. For more information, visit

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