Look and Feel Your Best with Lepticore® – A New Dimension in Cardiovascular & Whole Body Health
LeptiCore® is a nutraceutical ingredient containing several types of plant polysaccharides, esterified fatty acids, pomegranate extract and beta-carotene antioxidants, and blue-green algae. This proprietary nutraceutical supports a healthy lifestyle by helping to promote healthy weight management and metabolic wellness.* What makes LeptiCore® different from other dietary supplement ingredients is that it also uniquely provides benefits to the cardiovascular system and the body as a whole in several other synergistic ways. How does LeptiCore® do this? The story begins with leptin.
What is Leptin?
Leptin is a hormone produced by our fat cells. The human body is comprised of literally trillions of cells which do different things but must interact and communicate with each other effectively in order for the body to function optimally and maintain our good health. Our cells communicate with each other by way of our hormones which act as chemical messengers. Leptin is one of the most important chemical messengers. Leptin influences a diverse range of metabolic activities in the body. How effectively our cells listen to leptin’s messages plays a critical role in maintaining a healthy weight, metabolic wellness and healthy cardiovascular function, which includes several biomarkers of cardiovascular health (LDL, HDL and triglycerides) as well as blood pressure, platelet aggregation, blood sugar balance, and limiting the production of chemicals in the body that promote or trigger inflammation.
Biomarkers such as LDL, known as “bad” cholesterol, and triglycerides, the main components of dietary oils and fats, are associated with cardiovascular risk factors when they occur at elevated levels in the blood. HDL is known as “good” cholesterol because of its beneficial cardiovascular protective value and its ability to reduce cholesterol levels by transporting cholesterol to the liver for excretion from the body. Health professionals recommend that individuals try to reduce their total cholesterol, LDL and triglycerides and boost their HDL levels in order to promote heart health. Scores of solid, scientific studies have shown a causal or direct link between leptin and heart health. When our cells become less sensitive to listening and responding to leptin’s messages this is known as leptin resistance which impacts metabolic wellness and balance in the body.
LeptiCore® Promotes Metabolic Wellness*
LeptiCore® is clinically proven to help balance healthy metabolic function* and support healthy cardiovascular function.* LeptiCore® has also been found to help improve biomarkers of cardiovascular health, promote healthy weight management,* support the body’s natural antioxidant defense system* and enhance feeling of emotional well-being.*
Healthy Weight Management & Your Heart
Maintaining a healthy weight is an important way to support cardiovascular function and whole body health. Supplementation with LeptiCore® has been shown to help support a healthy weight management program.* LeptiCore® is particularly effective when combined with changes in lifestyle and diet that scientific research has found can contribute to improved cardiovascular health. This includes regular exercise, reducing stress and maintaining a positive mental outlook, and consuming lean protein and fish rather than red meat, whole grains instead of refined grains, unsaturated fats rather than saturated or hydrogenated fats, and fresh fruits and vegetables while minimizing sweets and heavily processed or fried foods.
Look & Feel Your Best with LeptiCore®
Protect your good health and be kind to your heart with a healthy lifestyle and LeptiCore® supplementation. Let LeptiCore® help you reach your good health goals! LeptiCore® provides multifunctional health benefits to help you look and feel your best:
- Supports weight management and metabolic wellness*
- Helps support a feeling of fullness and satiety*
- Supports healthy cardiovascular function*
- Helps support blood sugar levels already within the normal range*
- Helps promote a healthy response to inflammation*
- Helps to promote cellular and tissue health*
- Promotes a positive mind and mood*
What is the recommended dosage?
As a dietary supplement the recommended dosage of LeptiCore® is 300 mg twice a day, preferably 30 to 45 minutes prior to the two largest meals of the day.
Are LeptiCore’s benefits supported by science?
Yes. LeptiCore’s comprehensive wellness benefits are clinically supported.
Who should take LeptiCore®?
LeptiCore® is the perfect dietary supplement choice for people who are interested in maintaining healthy cardiovascular function as well as supporting a healthy weight and metabolic wellness. Many lifestyle factors are important for heart health including diet, exercise, and stress reduction. LeptiCore® can play an important role in supporting a heart healthy lifestyle by providing nutritional supplement support for helping to maintain healthy levels of several key biomarkers of cardiovascular health and metabolic wellness which science shows are critical to heart and overall body health.* Even if heart health isn’t a main concern, the overall synergistic body wellness benefits of LeptiCore® make it a perfect choice for all health conscious consumers who want to look and feel their best.
Are there other benefits to taking LeptiCore®?
Yes. In addition to the cardiovascular benefits of LeptiCore®, many individuals report other benefits of LeptiCore® supplementation which have also been documented in clinical research, including healthy weight management,* supporting blood sugar levels already within the normal range,* and promoting balanced metabolic health.*
How is LeptiCore® different?
LeptiCore® is unique because it supports not only healthy cardiovascular function and key biomarkers of cardiovascular health but it also promotes positive mind and mood* and protects against cellular oxidative stress.* These added synergistic benefits truly make LeptiCore® a full spectrum supplement.
Dr. Abedon received his M.S. and PhD in plant genetics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a B.S. in Biochemistry from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.