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Help With Weight and Fat Loss!
If diet and exercise alone isn’t enough to help you maintain a healthy weight, TrueSlim™ may give you the boost you need.
TrueSlim™ features clinically studied Morosil® - which comes from Sicilian Moro oranges. These unique blood oranges have an intense violet-red color due to the high level of anthocyanins in the fruit.
Over the last decade, Italian scientists have published several research studies showing that Morosil® has the ability decrease the accumulation of fat in fat cells (adipocytes) – which helps users lose some excess pounds, and reduce the accumulation of fat in areas like the waist and hips.
Moreover, this effect on fat cell accumulation only has been seen with the Moro oranges grown in the specific climate and environmental conditions of the small area in eastern Sicily that is home to Morosil® – other blood orange varieties tested did not have the same fat inhibiting effect.
Scientific research indicates Morosil® counteracts fat accumulation by modulating gene expression factors related to lipid metabolism.
In a clinical study published in the Natural Product Research journal, 60 healthy adults were given either 400mg of Morosil® or a placebo to take daily for 12 weeks.
Although a sensible calorie intake and regular exercise it always recommended, for the purpose of this study, the participants were instructed not to make changes to their existing diet or exercise regimen.
At the end of the 12 week study, the results in those taking Morosil® were significantly better than the placebo group.
In terms of weight loss, those in the Morosil® group lost seven pounds on average – declining from about 172 pounds to 165 pounds.
Even better, the fat cell inhibiting properties of Morosil® were demonstrated on the inches lost in the waist and hips. Those taking Morosil® saw an average 2.8 inch reduction at the waist, decreasing from 37.8 inches to 35.0 inches.
At the hips, there was a 2.3 inch decline in circumference, going from 43.3 inches to 41 inches. Plus, body mass index (BMI) declined significantly, going from 27.9 kg/m2 to 26.8 kg/m2.
Whether you’re looking to lose some excess pounds and fat mass, or maintain your current numbers, TrueSlim™ may be the difference maker!
Dietary Supplement / 30 capsules
Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Servings per Container: 30
|Amount Per Serving|
|Sicilian red orange (Moro variety) fruit extract(Citrus Sinensis) (MOROSIL®)||400 mg*|
* Daily Value not established.
Other ingredients: hypromellose, rice flour, stearic acid, and rice hull concentrate.
Directions: Take one (1) capsule a day. Two (2) capsules a day may be taken if desired or as recommended by a health practitioner.
TrueSlim™ helps support weight management goals when used in conjunction with appropriate diet and exercise regimens.†
Morosil® is a trademark of Bionap S.r.l.
Keep out of reach of children.
Store at 15-30° C (59-86° F).
Protect from heat, light and moisture.
Do not purchase if seal is broken.
†These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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Titta L, et al; “Blood orange juice inhibits fat accumulation in mice.” International Journal of Obesity. 34:578-588 (2009).
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