The 2016-year has been an incredibly busy year for me thus far, mostly because I have been working with Dr. Marvin Heuer on a revolutionary product line, the new Elevate Series, scientifically developed in partnership with Infinite Labs and Heuer M.D. Research.
The Elevate Series is unique because it uses all ingredients in clinical doses based on human clinical studies and no proprietary blends. A “proprietary blend” on a dietary supplement’s Supplement Facts panel is a list of ingredients that are part of a product formula specific to a particular manufacturer. There is nothing wrong with proprietary blends, the FDA requires that the dietary ingredients in a proprietary blend be listed in order of predominance by weight. So if you’re not tech savvy, and want to buy a product, and really don’t care about the actual dosages in the product, then a proprietary blend is the right choice for you. Buying a proprietary blend is much like buying a good wine; the ingredients are listed in order of largest quantity first, such as red wine, blueberries, chocolate, etc.
A common example of a proprietary blend for a nitric oxide supplement would be:
Nitric Oxide Muscle Pump Matrix Proprietary Blend: 3500 mg.
L-Arginine HCL, L-Arginine AKG, Citrulline Malate, Agmatine, L-Norvaline, L-Carnitine
Based on this blend, the ingredient with the greatest amount would be L-Arginine, and the ingredient with the least amount would be L-Carnitine.
For the more hardcore lifter who wants supplements based on actual dosages used in clinical studies, then a non-proprietary blend is the right supplement for you. Let’s say that you are a strong believer in using Citrulline for better muscle pumps, then a proprietary blend may not be the best choice for you. Based on the example above, you would see that Citrulline is the third ingredient on the list, meaning that there is more Arginine than Citrulline in the product.
The Elevate Series was designed for the consumer who wants to know the right dosages of each ingredient. All the ingredients found in the Elevate Series are based on human peer reviewed trial, and the ingredients are listed in the actual dosages used in the clinical studies.
The new Juggernaut X that we recently released is a non-proprietary blend and is packed with 8 grams of Citrulline per serving. This dosage is based on studies with weight lifters seeing elevated workout performance with 8 grams of Citrulline. So if you love the way Citrulline makes you feel, then Juggernaut X is a must try for you. Be sure to check out the Juggernaut X product page on the Infinite Labs website.
Two products that I am particularly excited to introduce to all of those individuals looking to shed off some excess body fat is the Elevate Series Final Cutz and CLA stack. All of the ingredients are listed on the label with no proprietary blends, and the dosages used in the formula are based on clinical studies with humans, not rats.
Throughout the past few months, I must admit; I got caught up in many of the projects I was working on, and consequently I neglected my diet and training. I have always believed in living by example to my friends, family, and customers. Infinite Labs represents health and fitness, and I was determined to get back in shape. I started this fat loss stack about two months ago, and I am amazed at the results I have had with the Elevate Series Final Cutz and CLA stack, combined with high-intensity exercise, and a reduced carb diet. I wanted my story to be an example for all those individuals who find themselves juggling a multitude of tasks every day while simultaneously trying to maintain a healthy balance between family, work, and overall health. Remember—It’s never too late to get in shape.
For more information about the product line that I used for my fat loss, visit infinitelabs.com/shop/elevate-series/.
In Good Health,