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Advanced Metabolism Booster and Activator with FucoxanTHIN and Pomegranate

  • Now 450% Greater Weight Loss Than with Diet Alone
  • Used by over 1,000,000 satisfied people worldwide
  • Contains patented 7-Keto®, for three times more fat loss
  • Safely Burns Away Bodyfat by Increasing Thermogenic Activity Without Any Further Stimulation

Fast, Proven Weight Loss You Can Trust!

If you've tried everything and you're still unhappy with your body... Don't give up hope!



There's a reason Lean System 7 has been the #1 rated weight-loss supplement—three years in a row.* Because this metabolism booster works, and works fast. In fact, test subjects using the new key ingredients in Lean System 7, FucoxanTHIN and Pomegranate, lost 4.5x MORE weight than those who dieted alone.


Clinically tested and published in a prestigious scientific journal, Lean System 7 has remained the "Gold Standard" in weight loss. What's more, 95% of the Lean System 7 study group lost weight, and the majority of their weight was bodyfat from their waist and hips—those stubborn trouble spots!


Since 2002, over one million bottles of Lean System 7 have been used by satisfied customers around the world. Lean System 7 continues to be the most trusted by those, like you, looking for a weight-loss supplement that truly delivers on its promise... And that's why we back it with a "better than money-back guarantee."

*Rated #1 by UltimateFatBurner.com, the premier online weight-loss supplement review site.


What is it?

The product of over 10 years of intense research, patented 7-Keto is a new breed of supplement—one engineered for specific results. Its ability to promote safe fat loss is a breakthrough in weight-loss supplements. It has also shown anti-aging actions and has been awarded patents for boosting the immune system and enhancing memory.

7-Keto has been shown to help our bodies burn more fat, faster, without the stimulating effects most thermogenics impart. This can be a real benefit for those who are sensitive to stimulants and those who wish to supplement for longer periods. As an added bonus, 7-Keto also supports the immune system and helps prevent age-related health complications.

Why is it in the Lean System 7 formula?

7-Keto is an exciting, new breakthrough supplement, which is already creating interest both in the scientific community and in the real world. Recently developed and patented, 7-Keto was discovered by Dr. Henry Lardy, who spent 10 years examining the over 150 metabolites of the hormone DHEA in hopes of finding a nutrient that would impart the positive benefits of DHEA without its potential negative side effects. What Dr. Lardy discovered has been suggested by many researchers to be an even more potent nutrient than its parent compound as a thermogenic and immune and memory enhancer.

Most prominently, 7-Keto has been shown in clinical trials to be a potent weight-loss aid. You see, as we age, our metabolisms (the rate our bodies burn calories) begin to slow, and often, no matter how hard we resist, our bodies insist on burning less calories, particularly after the age of 25. The inevitable response is to store the "unburned" calories as fat, and thus, we have a harder time keeping unwanted weight off.

This may well be because the activity of the thyroid, which is the main metabolism regulator, also naturally declines with age. Consequently, as we eat, the food we used to easily "burn off" at a younger age is now held on by the body as stored energy—better known as fat. This is where 7-Keto can play a vital role in weight reduction and particularly in fat loss.

7-Keto is quite different in its mechanism of action in the body—it helps increase metabolic rate by way of the thyroid gland. A much safer approach to fat loss than stimulants.

What does the science say?

A new peer-reviewed clinical trial reveals a significant reduction in both bodyweight and bodyfat in overweight adults by positively impacting thyroid functioning: in a double-blind, placebo-controlled study, 100 mg of 7-Keto taken twice daily for eight weeks was shown to increase levels of the thyroid hormone T3 (or triiodothyronine) by an astounding, yet safe (within the normal range) 17.88%. The placebo group, by comparison, experienced an increase of only 2.75%. This is significant because T3 is not only the most active thyroid hormone but also has the greatest effect on metabolic rate. These results for fat loss faired positively as well: the 7-Keto group lost almost three times more fat than the placebo group.

Just as positively, impressive evidence has shown 7-Keto may be a potent immune-system booster, which could be significant for people who exercise. 7-Keto may help boost our immune functions by increasing antibody production in the white blood cells, thus enhancing their ability to fight certain diseases. It also appears to stimulate the production of interleukin-2, which is a hormone-like substance that can improve the body's response to disease and stimulate the growth of disease-fighting blood cells.

Yerba mate

What is it?

Yerba mate is a perennial (a plant that doesn't die at the end of the year) and member of the holly family, evident by its leathery leaves. It grows wild in the rainforests of Argentina, Chile, Peru, Brazil, and Paraguay (where it is cultivated). Some time back, native people used to just chew the leaves of yerba mate for a quick boost of energy and eat it in foods for a true "power lunch." Later, people ground up the leaves and added them to cold water, but now those seeking natural boosts of energy and fat-fighting properties can benefit from yerba mate in a powdered supplement form.

Why is it in the Lean System 7 formula?

Active people looking for added endurance and energy, alertness, improved sleep, and enhanced immunity, all in a safe package, are beginning to discover this "secret" natural stimulant to boost physical and mental performance, without some of the unwanted side effects found with most of the more popular stimulants.

The herbal stimulant yerba mate gives your brain a boost without making you nervous. You feel alert and sharp. Interestingly, unlike most other stimulants, it actually works as a tonic for the central nervous system, calming the body and mind. It has been shown to improve mood and concentration, reduce anxiety, and prevent mental fatigue.

While other stimulants, like ephedra, are feared to potentially have harmful effects on the heart, mate has been shown to actually be good for the heart. It may increase the supply of oxygen and nutrients to the heart during stress or exercise and may lower blood pressure and improve circulation in some people by relaxing blood vessels.

What does the science say?

There are 196 chemicals in yerba mate that are active in the body, including B vitamins; Vitamins A, C, and E; and the minerals calcium, magnesium, iron, potassium, and selenium. And mate has 11 polyphenols, which are powerful antioxidants, but one of the most important compounds in mate is "mateine."

Mateine is a xanthine alkaloid. You might have heard of other xanthines, such as caffeine, theophylline, and theobromine. Mateine appears to possess the best combination of xanthine properties. Like other xanthines, it mildly stimulates the central nervous system, but unlike others, it doesn't appear to be addicting.

The result of the chemical combination in mate may, obviously, be a BIG increase in energy and fat burning. One of the most remarkable abilities of mate appears to be that it gives users energy without the muscle tension associated with caffeine. This is due to the xanthines in mate, which cause smooth muscle relaxation.

Dr. Torben Andersen at Charlottenlund Medical Centre in Denmark very recently studied 44 healthy overweight patients using an herbal combination of guarana and another two herbs, yerba mate and damiana. Dr. Andersen's results were quite positive: those taking the herbal combination for 45 days lost an average of 5 kg (or about 11 lbs) compared to the placebo group who lost an average of only 0.45 kg (or about 1 lb)—a significant difference. What was also noteworthy was that the herbal combination also delayed gastric emptying by 20 minutes, which would lead to a feeling of fullness longer after eating a meal.

Incredibly, unlike most stimulants, mate does not interfere with sleep. In fact, it improves sleep and increases rapid eye movement (REM) sleep as well as the time spent in deep sleep (delta sleep). Many people report that they require less sleep when using mate because they sleep more soundly.


What is it?

Guarana is an herb that grows within the Brazilian Amazon rainforest. It contains significant amounts of guaranine (the active constituent that's nearly identical to caffeine) and has thus been used for centuries by indigenous tribes to help reduce hunger and relieve fatigue—it was even said to have been used for treating hangover symptoms from alcohol abuse, namely headaches.

The surprising truth about guarana is that while it may be a valuable aid for temporarily increasing energy levels (which is usually needed before an intense workout or first thing in the morning as a "pick-me-up"), its ability to "free" fatty acids (i.e., fat cells) into the bloodstream and break down and mobilize these fat cells to be used for energy makes it a "natural" choice for effective fat loss.

Why is it in the Lean System 7 formula?

Guarana is gaining worldwide recognition for its "stimulating" effects, to produce temporary energy bursts, but it's becoming even more popular for its "fat-burning" properties. Since guarana acts interchangeably with caffeine, it produces similar metabolic effects as this powerful stimulant, including respiratory clearing, enhanced adrenal activity, and mental alertness. Guarana has been shown to be a safe, effective central nervous stimulant, thermogenic agent, and weight-loss aid. Studies have shown that guarana helps increase the release of fatty acids within our blood to be mobilized for energy. Simply stated, this means our bodies use more fat for fuel.

Like caffeine, guarana works by stimulating the adrenal glands to release the hormones epinephrine, norepinephrine (i.e., adrenaline), and dopamine, which in turn enhance fat loss, energy, and endurance as well as mental clarity.

What does the science say?

Dr. Torben Andersen at Charlottenlund Medical Centre in Denmark very recently studied 44 healthy overweight patients using an herbal combination of guarana and another two herbs, yerba mate and damiana. Dr. Andersen's results were quite positive: those taking the herbal combination for 45 days lost an average of 5 kg (or about 11 lbs) compared to the placebo group who lost an average of only 0.45 kg (or about 1 lb)—a significantly different result. What was also noteworthy was that the herbal combination also delayed gastric emptying by 20 minutes, which would lead to a feeling of fullness longer after eating a meal.

Citrus aurantium

What is it?

Citrus aurantium, commonly referred to as bitter orange, has been used for thousands of years in Traditional Chinese Medicine for improving and maintaining overall health. That is until recently, when science discovered compounds from the little orange fruits of Citrus aurantium, the most well-known being synephrine, demonstrated powerful thermogenic ("fat-burning") activity. Now, this herb is acclaimed as the "calmer chemical cousin" to ephedra because it increases the body's fat-burning mechanism—the metabolic rate—without producing the negative central nervous system and cardiovascular side effects.

Why is it in the Lean System 7 formula?

Citrus aurantium appears to work by way of its active compound called synephrine, which is a bit like ephedra (a caffeine-like chemical found in a lot of weight-loss and performance products). Like ephedra, this chemical also appears to reduce appetite and boost metabolism—the rate our bodies burn calories, thus stimulating fat loss. Unlike ephedra, though, you're likely to experience very little, if any, side effects with Citrus aurantium. This is because synephrine doesn't seem to cross the blood/brain barrier as easily as ephedra, which means reduced central nervous stimulation and cardiovascular effects. Ultimately, this could mean no nervous energy, shakes, or insomnia.

What does the science say?

The reason Citrus aurantium gives you a smooth flow of energy without the jitters is because it stimulates certain receptors (called beta-3 adrenergic receptors) that help elicit the breakdown of fat, known as lipolysis. Simultaneously, this stimulation causes an increase in the metabolic rate. Therefore, you burn fat without bothering other receptors (namely beta-1, beta-2, or alpha-1) that over-stimulate your heart rate and blood pressure. In contrast, ephedra stimulates all beta-adrenergic receptors, thus causing unwanted side effects.

A study by Colker showed a significant fat loss of 2.9% in individuals using a Citrus aurantium extract formula and documented it to be both safe and effective for promoting weight and fat loss in healthy overweight adults.

Green Tea Leaf Extract

What is it?

Chinese herbal green tea has notably become the "supplement of choice" for many seeking greater health and control over their weight. For good reason: not only does it have an interesting, appealing flavor when prepared as tea, science defends some astounding benefits when it's used as a supplement for immune enhancement and fat mobilization. Recent research has shown it may offer several benefits, including increase resting metabolic rate (the rate the body burns fat to support weight loss); help stimulate production of "natural viral-killer" cells to enhance immune functioning; provide "extra" energy and delay fatigue, maximizing performance under stress, potentially guard against heart disease and lower cholesterol and blood pressure.

Why is it in the Lean System 7 formula?

Green tea, or more accurately, the polyphenols in green tea, appears to activate our bodies' "natural viral-killer" immune cells, which scavenge and fight off bacteria and flush out toxins. These all-important polyphenols in green tea also appear to use calories in our bodies as energy and thus may assist our "fat-fighting" efforts. By combining green tea with Citrus aurantium, it may help to increase the overall thermogenic or calorie-burning effects.

What does the science say?

A recent study in Geneva showed that green tea is naturally packed with caffeine and compounds called "catechin polyphenols." This is of significant interest to those of us trying to reduce our weight because both of these substances have been documented to speed up resting metabolic rate, or more simply stated, rev up our bodies' calorie-burning potential. You see, the caffeine found in green tea allows our bodies to use bodyfat for energy (that is, it's "lipolytic"). When stored calories are used for short-term energy, our bodies burn more fat.

In fact, this study, performed on healthy men, showed green tea alone produced a four percent increase in energy burned, over a placebo, for an extended period of time. The researchers concluded that green tea may be useful for speeding up fat burning and promoting our bodies' ability to burn more calories over an extended period of time.

Green tea originally gained recognition as a potential cancer fighter, especially of the gastrointestinal tract, such as the stomach, small intestine, pancreas, and colon. It is also believed to be beneficial for fighting lung and breast cancers. What's more, green tea demonstrates heart-healthy properties and may even protect against cardiovascular disease. This is because it may improve the ratio of LDL "good" cholesterol to HDL "bad" cholesterol, helping lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels as a result.


What is it?

One major factor in individuals attempting to lose weight is water retention, which can be caused by a variety of factors, including hormonal and dietary issues. Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale), a common garden weed, has long been recognized for its many benefits. The leaves are used in salads and teas, while the roots are often used as a coffee substitute. Medically, it's been particularly valued as a diuretic (a substance that promotes excretion of salts and water from the body) or weight-loss agent.

Why is it in the Lean System 7 formula?

Dandelion leaves produce a mild diuretic effect, while the roots act as a digestive aid. It's used to cleanse the liver and has been shown to stimulate bile production by the liver. This increase in bile flow may help improve fat (including cholesterol) metabolism in the body.

While most diuretics often cause the loss of potassium from the body, dandelion is actually a rich source and makes a well-balanced diuretic that may be used safely, even in cases where there is water retention due to heart problems. Dandelion is also a rich source of vitamins and minerals. The leaves have a very high content of Vitamin A as well as moderate amounts of Vitamin D, Vitamin C, various B vitamins, iron, silicon, magnesium, zinc, and manganese.

What does the science say?

Although there are no significant peer reviewed studies available, dandelion has been used historically over hundreds of years for its benefits as a safe, effective diuretic and recently has been compared to diuretic medicines such as furosemide. It is apparent that use of herbal diuretics may aid in safe reduction of water retention in some individuals. Dandelion leaves also prompt the release of enzymes that break down carbohydrates, so our bodies are less likely to store them as fat. It is also thought that dandelion might possess blood sugar modulating activity. This finding is probably, in part, a result of the high inulin content of the plant. Inulin is a polysaccharide fiber, composed of long chains of repeating fructose molecules, thought to prevent fluctuations in blood sugar levels.


What is it?

Casual thought may lead you to believe if you take more of a nutrient, more will be available for use by the body. Of course, this is not necessarily true; in fact, more from less is better and ultimately safer—as both a philosophy and a practice. Fortunately, we can now get more effectiveness from the nutrients we consume with Bioperine. Based on clinical data, having Bioperine in the digestive system with supplemented nutrients results in enhanced absorption. Studies show that when Bioperine is taken with other nutrients, it significantly increases the absorption of those nutrients.

Bioperine is a standardized extract from the fruits of Piper nigrum L. (black pepper, a common household spice) or Piper longum L. (long pepper). It contains a minimum piperine content of 95% compared to the three to nine percent and three to five percent found in raw forms of Piper nigrum and Piper longum, respectively. Bioperine may be co-administered with various nutrients to assist in the uptake and use of those nutrients.

Why is it in the Lean System 7 formula?

This metabolic activator formula also contains dandelion, a mild herbal diuretic, which has been added to prevent the body from retaining unwanted, excess water between the skin and muscle tissue. Finally, another patented compound, Bioperine®, has been included to support the breakdown and absorption of each of the nutrients in Lean System 7, which increases their uptake and utilization—to achieve full effectiveness.

This enhancement may be explained as a means of increasing thermal energy sufficient to "power up" mechanisms related to thermogenesis. This, in turn, results in increased metabolic processes that create a demand for a broad range of nutrients that contribute to metabolism; i.e., vitamins, minerals, herbs, amino acids, etc. It is as if Bioperine activates a metabolic paddle wheel, of sorts, that selectively provides a more efficient mode of nutrient transportation into the blood. Based on available research, piperine is unique in its activity.

What does the science say?

Bioperine is the only source of piperine to obtain patented status for its ability to increase the bioavailability of nutritional compounds. Bioperine is also the only source of piperine to undergo clinical studies in the U.S. to substantiate its safety and efficacy for nutritional use. When Bioperine was administered orally to healthy humans in a dose of 5 mg per person per day, the serum levels of different tested nutrients significantly increased by up to 60%.

FucoxanTHIN and Pomegranate

What are they?

Quite simply, fucoxanthin is a novel plant carotenoid found in seaweed that's very recently been shown to increase fat burning (i.e., thermogenesis) but without stimulating the central nervous system. In other words, it doesn't cause any simulation effects, such as nervousness, jittering, etc., as it allows your body to burn more fat.

And pomegranate is one of the healthiest fruits around. Not to mention quite tasty. However, in this instance, we have extracted the benefits from the seed of the pomegranate.

Why are they in the Lean System 7 formula?

As you know, as we get older, it becomes more and more difficult to lose significant amounts of bodyfat. Even if you're exercising and following a healthy diet. Yet interestingly, when combined, fucoxanthin and pomegranate seed oil help restore and safely increase the metabolic rate. But without causing any central nervous system (CNS) stimulation.

In fact, recent research has shown that this combination can increase fat loss by 450% over just dieting alone!

So Lean System 7 Clinical Strength will not cause any additional stimulation (over the original version), yet may make it even easier for you to maintain a healthy, lean body!

Click on this link to download the full abstract: "The Effect of Lean System 7®: on Metabolic Rate and Body Composition," Published in NUTRITION 21.2 (2005) : 179-85.

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