TruElevate plateau buster from TruVision

TruElevate Weight Loss Plateau Buster

TruElevate is TruVision Health’s latest weight loss product, designed to help you break through frustrating weight loss plateaus.

TruElevate works hand-in-hand with TruFix to break through plateaus and get your weight loss back on track. [link[Order your TruElevate/TruFix Combo pack now[/link]

TruElevate comes in two forms: a delicious chocolate shake or in capsule form. You can choose the one which fits your lifestyle best. [link]Choose the capsule or shake version of TruElevate now[/link]

TruElevate’s ingredients work together to balance glucose and insulin levels to reduce hunger and burn fat. It’s specifically formulated to help burn stubborn abdominal fat and provide you with sustained energy to get you through your busy day.

While TruElevate is designed to burn fat, it doesn’t do so at the expense of losing muscle mass or feeling jittery. You’ll feel more energy, so you’ll get through your busy day easier – and still have enough energy to enjoy an active lifestyle.

TruElevate/TruFix Weight Loss Combo Pack

TruElevate/TruFix Weight Loss Combo Capsules

If you’ve been working hard on your weight loss goals, and are at a point where your weight loss has slowed down, or even come to a temporary halt, try the potent combination of TruElevate and TruFix to get the numbers on the scale moving downwards again!

 

 

Here’s a run down on the active ingredients in TruElevate:

Ribose – Is a (simple sugar) which plays roles in metabolism and energy production. Research indicates taking ribose supplements may improve energy, sleep, and an overall sense of of well-being. Studies show ribose supports healthy heart function, reduced levels of fatigue, restless leg syndrome, and may also lessen fibromyalgia symptoms . Ribose may lower blood sugar levels. Diabetics should consult with their physician before taking products containing ribose to make sure its appropriate for them. (1)

Inulin – Acts as a prebiotic. Prebiotics are substances which support the growth of healthy intestinal bacteria in the gut. Studies have shown inulin is beneficial in supporting healthy blood lipid levels, including cholesterol and triglyceride levels. Inulin promotes bowel regularity, and weight loss. (2)

Caffeine – is a natural stimulant found in tea, coffee, chocolate, colas, and many other products. Caffeine is commonly used to reduce fatigue and increase mental alertness. Used in moderation, caffeine can enhance the action of other medications and supplements. Caffeine is recognized as safe when used as directed. (3)

Yerba Mate – is a tea derived from an evergreen bush, ilex paraguariensis. Yerba Mate has a long history of use to increase energy and improve concentration. Yerba Mate promotes normal blood levels of glucose and cholesterol. Studies also indicate it may be beneficial for urinary tract health, colon health, bone density, healthy mood, and weight loss. Yerba Mate drinkers report it increases energy and alertness like caffeine without the‘ jitters’ or sleep disturbances associated with caffeine. (4,5)

N-Acetyl Tyrosine – is an amino acid used as a building block to make new proteins and cells. N-Acetyl Tyrosine also aids in the recovery and repair of muscles and other systems. One of N-Acetyl Tyrosine’s key roles is that it aids in the synthesis of dopamine – an important neurotransmitter linked to emotional responses, behavioral responses, and addictions. Maintaining healthy dopamine levels results in stress reduction, an enhanced mood, and improved energy and concentration. (6,7)

Taurine – is an amino acid essential in producing proteins. Taurine supports healthy cardiovascular function, blood pressure, and blood lipid profiles. Taurine is used to help repair oxidative damage from diabetes and alcoholism. This amino acid helps the body respond to mental and physical stress. (8)

Phenylethylamine – is a naturally occurring chemical which boosts mood, mental drive, concentration, productivity, and fat burning. Chocolate contains high levels of this natural mood booster. (9)

Green Tea – Studies have demonstrated that green tea extracts have thermogenic (fat burning) properties. It is particularly helpful in burning unwanted abdominal fat. (10,11)

Evodiamine – is an Asian plant shown in laboratory studies to reduce fat uptake, and stimulate metabolism. (12,13)

Trimethylglycine – is an organic compound commonly isolated from beets. Trimethylglycine also plays a key role in energy production, and is beneficial for optimal digestion, liver health, and certain detoxification pathways. (14,15)

Theacrine – is a natural plant extract used as a caffeine alternative with fewer side effects. Theacrine increases energy levels, and aids in motivation, concentration, and levels of alertness. Anecdotal reports suggest theacrine may be useful for reducing fatigue. It may also produce anti-aging and immune boosting properties. (16,17)

Glucomannan – Glucomannan is a dietary fiber used as a food additive to emulsify fats and act as a thickening agent. As a dietary supplement, it can decrease appetite and it slows the absorption of sugars and fats in the gut. This can help balance glucose levels, which aids in weight loss. As glucomannan passes through the intestinal tract, it absorbs water to improve bowel health and regularity. (18,19)

Huperzine – is an extract derived from Chinese Club Moss. It is reported to improve memory, mental focus and clarity, muscle function and sleep. (20)

DHEA – Is a hormone naturally produced in the body. Stress and age decrease DHEA production, sometimes making supplementation desirable. DHEA is associated with enhancing immune function, energy production, normalizing hormones, building and maintaining muscle, bone health, and balancing mood. DHEA is believed to have anti-aging benefits and plays a role in weight loss. Increasing DHEA levels can help improve belly fat reduction and insulin sensitivity. Lower levels of DHEA are associated with chronic health conditions, such as diabetes, cardiovascular dysfunction, inflammatory disorders, and immune disorders. Decreased DHEA levels have been found in those taking certain medications – including corticosteroids and hormonal birth control. (21, 22, 23)

Xylitol – a natural sugar alcohol commonly extracted from birch trees and used as a sugar alternative. Xylitol is believed to prevent dental cavities and ear infections when taken orally. (24)

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  1. Linda says:

    Tru weight which elevate replaces contained B6 and B12. Is there a reason they are not in elevate?

  2. Wanda says:

    Should you take truElevate only with truFix or with truFix and truWeight & Energy? Do you take it twice a day or once a day?

  3. PAMELA BEAUMONT says:

    How do i purchase tru elevate ? I dont see any options to purchase it

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