Pure Encapsulations expands PureLean program

Pure Encapsulations expands PureLean program

New Supplement Selector tool and product addition will help consumers achieve healthy lifestyle goals.

Pure Encapsulations®, a leading manufacturer of research-based, hypoallergenic nutritional supplements, is proud to launch the newest addition to the PureLean® product line in addition to purelean.com, a user-friendly microsite with educational tools and an innovative Supplement Selector. 

“Since body weight is the result of multiple factors, including genetics, diet, neurotransmitter function and physical activity, The PureLean® Supplement Selector is a unique tool developed to meet individual needs,” explained Juniper Devecis, registered dietician at Pure Encapsulations. “After answering a short series of simple questions, you are given personalized supplement recommendations, eliminating the guess work and maximizing potential success.”

"The PureLean products are a great adjunct to the nutritional programs I create for my patients. The PureLean Vanilla and Chocolate Protein powders are a great non-dairy, non-soy, vegetarian option to ensure adequate lean protein in the morning or as a healthy snack to keep metabolism optimal,” stated Caroline Cederquist, M.D, founder and medical director of the Cederquist Medical Wellness Center in Naples, Fla. “We have also found significant support for patients’ glucose metabolism with the addition of Metabolic Xtra to the nutritional protocols we use,” Dr. Cederquist added.

The newest addition to the PureLean® line, AdipoLean, is a combination of WellTrim® Irvingia gabonensis extract and Oligonol®, a lychee and green tea complex. Studies have shown that the unique extracts in AdipoLean support healthy weight management, healthy visceral fat composition, lean mass ratio, and abdominal circumference.

“Oligonol is not just an antioxidant,” explained Kelly Heim, Ph.D., Nutritional Pharmacologist at Pure Encapsulations. “It is a bioavailable oligomeric proanthocyanidin (OPC) preparation that targets multiple determinants of metabolic health. These parameters include visceral fat area, waist circumference, adiponectin levels and postprandial glycemic and lipid responses. Clinical studies have documented measurable results within a short period of 10 weeks.”


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