Isagenix research and development couldn't happen without the QRTS department. (QRTS stands for Quality, Regulatory, Technology, and Science.) The department consists of numerous scientists—including nutritionists, dietitians, food scientists, chemists, microbiologists, and biologists.
No matter how much we grow, our no-compromise commitment to the quality of our products and ingredients will never change. Product quality—and your health—is our highest priority.
Isagenix has attracted the best and brightest professionals in the fields of nutrition, medicine and health and wellness to serve on our Scientific Advisory Board (SAB). Collectively, they represent the leaders in their respective fields and the Isagenix commitment to excellence—to guide people safely along the path to optimal health and wellness. The SAB’s group of medical and health professionals lend their experience and expertise to guarantee and maintain the integrity and efficacy of our no-compromise products.
As Isagenix expands into more countries all over the world, John Anderson and the International Regulatory Team will be there to pave the way and ensure that all products uphold the highest quality and safety standards while providing real results. Bringing Isagenix no-compromise products to other markets takes skill and global partnerships.
The International Regulatory Team works directly with John Anderson to reformulate products to ensure that they comply with regulations across international markets. Their goal is to maintain the overall integrity of the original formulation as well as its purpose for use while staying compliant to each country’s rules and regulations. At Isagenix, the integrity of a product is never compromised in order to meet international regulations.
To bring no-compromise products to markets around the world, there are several obstacles to overcome. For example, each country has their own unique regulations as outlined by agencies—such as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Australia’s Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA), and Health Canada—that specify limitations on certain ingredients, sources of ingredients, processing methods, and delivery systems. There are also rules regarding labeling of products and claims that can be made.