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Scientifically developed in partnership, Infinite Labs® and Heuer M.D. Research, proudly introduce the Elevate Series—the newest edition of premium supplements that utilize clinically accredited ingredients backed by years of scientific research and systematic findings.




ELEVATE SERIES CYCLO TEST Powerful Anabolic Formula to Support Testosterone Levels and Athletic Performance*

The Elevate Series was developed by one of the premier research medical doctors in the country. Dr. Marvin A. Heuer, M.D. F.A.A.F.P., has practiced medicine for over 30 years with experience in international and domestic clinical research, as well as pharmaceutical and nutraceutical development. With over 300 domestic and international nutraceutical patents and patents-pending, Dr. Heuer has served as Worldwide R&D Director and Vice President for a number of companies in the health industry before partnering with Infinite Labs on the design, formulation and development of the Elevate Series.

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ELEVATE SERIES CYCLO TEST has been designed to be a powerful, hardcore formula to support testosterone levels, lean muscle mass and fat loss. With the surplus of testosterone boosters on the market to choose from, it’s difficult to decide which product will best supplement your regimen to elicit those optimal results you’re looking for. Dr. Heuer developed this anabolic formula with the athlete in mind fully understanding that any product designed to support testosterone levels requires specific ingredients in precise dosages to support lean mass development while maintaining an effective hormonal profile. In our unique formulation, we’ve engineered ELEVATE SERIES CYCLO TEST to perform synergistically through multiple pathways to support total testosterone and bioavailable testosterone while also minimizing the effects of estrogen levels on the body.*

– Naturally Supports Your Anabolic/Androgenic Hormonal Profile*
– Support Total Testosterone and Bio-available Testosterone*
– Minimize Impact of Estrogen on the Body*
– Assist Vasodilation and Oxygen Uptake in Working Muscles*


■ Key ingredients shown to support testosterone*
■ Formulated with scientifically researched ingredients*



TestoSurge® (Fenugreek Seed Extract)- Fenugreek seeds have been used historically for various uses and health benefits such as anti-aging, anti-carcinogenic, blood cleansing and testosterone support. TestoSurge® is a patented proprietary substance extracted from Fenugreek seeds that has been shown to assist in total testosterone and bioavailable testosterone levels, while simultaneously supporting fat loss. During a period of 8 weeks, Fenugreek has been shown to support serum testosterone levels in resistance-trained males relative to placebo (experiencing a decline in testosterone relative to baseline1).*

L-Citrulline- Citrulline supplements are often suggested for athletes and bodybuilders working to support performance and energy levels. Citrulline has been shown to help remove toxic ammonia from muscles, which may be one manner by which it can support muscle activity11. Citrulline is also converted into arginine which produces nitric oxide, suggested to support cardiovascular functioning. A common cause of decline in sexual function in men is unhealthy arteries that feed blood to the reproductive organs. Together, these ingredients work by influencing enzymes in the nitric oxide pathway, causing a cascade of enzymatic reactions that support nitric oxide—ultimately initiating more blood flow to various organs throughout the body. Moreover, Citrulline has also been found to support repetitions performed in the gym12.*

Boron Citrate- Boron is an essential nutrient for optimal calcium metabolism and healthy bones and joints. Boron may also affect human hormone levels and support a healthy prostate. In one study, eight healthy male subjects ingested 10mg of boron in the morning with breakfast for seven consecutive days. After those seven days, the men had shown increased free testosterone levels by a staggering 28%, while their estrogen levels simultaneously dropped by 39%8.*

L-Carnitine-L-Tartrate (LCLT)- LCLT is used for muscle recovery and assisted functioning of androgen receptors. Supporting testosterone is not going to provide the gains in lean muscle mass if there are no androgen receptors to actively bind to. One study found when men were given 2g of LCLT (divided into two portions per day) for a period of three weeks, they experienced an increase in androgen receptors. LCLT has recently been found to support fat loss and recovery from exercise2. LCLT has also been found to lower the production of free radicals and decrease muscle damage and soreness after exercise3-5.*

Tribulus Terrestris- Tribulus Terrestris is a vine plant that is native to temperate climates in areas of southern Europe, southern Asia, Australia and Africa. It has a long history of uses, from supporting muscular development to overall health. Tribulus has been suggested to support levels of testosterone while simultaneously assisting energy levels, recovery time, and muscle gain. Several studies have also found that Tribulus has synergistic effects with other nutrients to help support testosterone6,7.*

Zinc- Zinc is an important mineral that plays a vital role in protein synthesis and assists in regulating the cells production in the immune system of the human body. Zinc also plays a major role in the enzyme, hormone, and immune functions. Zinc serum levels are positively associated with serum testosterone. In human studies on zinc deficiency, supplementation of zinc has been shown to assist circulating testosterone concentrations, with a particular study noting 250mg of zinc sulfate for six weeks, can support testosterone by 84%9. Infertile men who also have low testosterone (less than 4.8ng/mL) have been shown to experience an increase in testosterone following zinc supplementation10. Normal testosterone levels have been associated with a higher Zinc level13.*

Calcium Glucarate- Estrogen is needed in the male body for normal functioning, however increased estrogen levels can have negative consequences, including water retention and Gynecomastia (female breast tissue). Calcium Glucarate works to stabilize abnormally high levels of estrogen by allowing excess estrogens to be passed out of the body, while also inhibiting beta-glucuronidase to permit various toxins to be removed14.*


ELEVATE SERIES: FINAL CUTZ is different than any other thermogenic formula on the market because it acts on different pathways to support a cumulative effect of healthy weight loss, lean muscle preservation, energy facilitation and general calorie burning.* CLA is a naturally occurring nutrient in our diet in foods such as meat and dairy. However, most people do not consume enough to obtain all the benefits this nutrient can provide. It is recommended to take CLA to help support your diet and a healthy body composition.* Omega 3, found primarily in fatty fish with high oil content, consists of both Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA) & Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA).* Omega 3|6|9 Fatty Acids for Cardiovascular Health and Weight Management* Key Ingredients:

CQR300 Cissus Quadrangularis, Advantra Z Bitter Orange Extract, Green Tea Leaf Extract (98% Polyphenols, 50% EGCG) Creatinol-o-phosphate, CoQ10, Ginseng, Bioperine Piperine, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Betaine and Yohimbe, Omega 3 and Caffeine.
Key Ingredients:

CLA 95% Key Ingredients:

Fish Oil (Omega 3 Fatty Acids), EPA, DHA Key Ingredients:

Fish Oil (Omega 3), Flaxseed Oil (Omega 3-6), Borage Seed Oil (Omega 6-9), Alpha Linolenic Acid, Eicosapentaenoic Acid, Docosahexaenoic Acid, Linolenic Acid, Oleic AcidA

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2. Volek, Jeff S. Et al (2002). L-Carnitine L-Tartrate Supplementation Favorable Affects Markers of Recovery from Exercise Stress. American Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism 282: E474-E482.
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12. Wax B, Kavazis AN, Luckett W. Effects of Supplemental Citrulline-Malate Ingestion on Blood Lactate, Cardiovascular Dynamics, and Resistance Exercise Performance in Trained Males. J Diet Suppl. 2015
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14. Calcium-D-glucarate. Altern Med Rev. 2002 Aug;7(4):336-9. Review.


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