CORE Spotlight

Sarafina Hue, Product Manager

Do you ever find yourself not feeling full when eating causing yourself to overeat? Or are you always craving food or feeling hungry throughout the day? If so, you may be dealing with leptin sensitivity, Leptin is the hormone that, in essence, tells our brain when to eat, how much to eat, and – most importantly – when to stop eating.

Leptin is made of adipose tissue also known as body fat, which can be found all over the body such as under the skin, around the internal organs, and in between muscles. Its main role is to manage fat storage by regulating the calories that are being consumed in your body and the calories that are being burned to maintain proper leptin levels.

Throughout the day your leptin levels will fluctuate and send out signals to your brain telling you to eat. After you have eaten leptin is released from the adipose tissue causing your metabolism to increase and your appetite to decrease. As the day goes on and you approach your next meal your leptin levels will begin to drop, your metabolism will decrease, and your appetite will increase again causing hunger.

Habits that could negatively affect leptin levels and increase leptin sensitivity are binge eating, poor diets, or fad diets, eating too much-processed foods, not getting enough exercise, and not getting enough sleep. These negative habits have been linked to weight gain.

So, do you need help supporting your leptin levels? TLS CORE Fat & Carb Inhibitor is an amazing product to help with that.  TLS CORE was created to deal specifically with the weight management issues related to leptin sensitivity. It’s one of the few products on the market to deal with this issue. With the assistance of LeptiCore®, a clinically-proven, patent-pending all-natural ingredient TLS CORE helps with appetite suppression, weight loss, and maintaining a healthy weight while following a healthy lifestyle.




*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.