GNC Total Lean™ Advanced Tone & Define

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Body Toning Breakthrough
  • Low Stim Diet Support
  • Enhances Fitness & Definition*
  • Improves Body Shape*
  • Fuels Fat Metabolism!*

Start a new phase in your weight management journey with this next-level, weight-loss innovation designed specifically for those who strive for body tone and definition. With fat metabolism and body sculpting at the core, this comprehensive approach includes targeted solutions to help you transform common weight loss challenges into results that you can see and feel.* These research-based solutions are designed by our weight management experts to provide you with personalized supplement and meal plans, plus body-defining exercise regimens. Get started today with the enclosed overview and visit today!

Clinically Studied Body Toning Breakthrough
Tone & Define features a breakthrough blend of clinically studied, low-stimulant ingredients designed to fuel fat metabolism, improve body composition, and support the lean, toned, and defined body you want!* Fueld by the unique Citri-Sculpt Blend, a combination of clinically studied Mediterranean citrus extracts, plus clinically researched MeratrimŽ, Garcinia Cambogia and green tea extracts, Tone & Define delivers ultra-premium, scientifically formulated diet support. With less than 20mg of caffeine per serving, this no-jitters tablet can be taken individually or stacked with a high-energy thermogenic for supercharged metabolism support!

* 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.


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Supplement Facts

Serving Size 1 Tablet
Servings Per Container 60
Amount Per Serving % DV
Body Composition Matrix 0.00**
Citri-Sculpt™ Blend 450.00 mg**
 Guarana Extract (Paullina cupana) (seed) **
 Grapefruit Extract (Citrus paradisi L.)(whole fruit) **
 Sweet Orange Extract (Citrus sinensis L.)(whole fruit) **
 Blood Orange Extract (Citrus sinensis L.)(whole fruit) **
 20% Flavanones = 90mg **
Meratrim 400.00 mg**
 Sphaeranthus indicus Extract (flower heads) **
 Garcinia mangostana extract (fruit rind) **
 (3% 7-Hydroxyfrullanolide = 12 mg)(2% alpha-Mangostin = 8 mg) **
Metabolic Activation Blend 0.00**
Garcinia cambogia Fruit Extract (50% Hydroxycitric Acid = 125 mg) 250.00 mg**
EGCG (from Decaffeinated Green Tea Extract)(Camellia Sinensis)(leaf)(Standardized to 40% EGCG = 10 mg) 22.20 mg **
** Daily Value (DV) not established

Product Directions / Additional Info

As a dietary supplement, take one tablet twice daily. For maximum results, use for at least 12 weeks in conjunction with a healthy diet and exercise program. To supercharge your metabolism, use in combination with Total Lean™ Advanced Metabolic Elite™. For personalized stacking suggestions and to learn more, visit

Other Ingredients: Cellulose, Crospovidone, Stearic Acid Vegetable Source, Magnesium Stearate Vegetable Source, Food Glaze, Medium Chain Triglycerides, Titanium Dioxide (Natural Mineral Water), Mica, Artificial Colors (FD&C Blue #2 Lake, Red #40 Lake, and Yellow #6 Lake), Natural Vanilla Mint Flavor, Sucralose

Gluten Free

Storage Instructions: Store in a cool, dry place.

Warning: Consult your physician prior to using this product if you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition. Discontinue use two weeks prior to surgery. Each serving provides 18 mg of caffeine. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

General Nutrition Corporation
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Meratrim® brand proprietary blend of two plant extracts is a registered trademark of Laila Nutraceuticals and is exclusively licensed by InterHealth Nutraceuticals, Benicia, CA 94510.

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"Diabetes-Friendly" Defined

"Diabetes-Friendly" Defined
Achieve blood sugar balance by combining good taste with "good-for-you"
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People diagnosed with diabetes can enjoy the same tasty, healthy, 'normal' foods we all eat

Contrary to common expectation, people diagnosed with diabetes can enjoy the same tasty, healthy, "normal" foods we all eat. The key to eating healthfully and managing your blood sugar levels is balance. All foods can be part of a healthy, diabetes-friendly diet, so long as you eat a proportioned, varied range of foods overall, and spread them out throughout your day to give your body a consistent source of healthy fuel.

Exchanging less-healthy for more-healthy

Ideally, a person who is newly diagnosed with diabetes will visit with a Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE), typically a dietitian or nurse, to learn about the exchange list system for diabetic meal planning. The diabetic exchange system assigns foods into a variety of categories, such as starches, carbohydrates, vegetables, fats, and meat and meat substitutes (protein). For help finding a CDE, you can try websites like, where you can enter your zip code to find registered dietitians in your area.

Your CDE then teaches you how common foods fit into the different categories. You'll learn how many exchanges, or servings, from each of these categories you should eat each day to best manage your blood sugar levels. Then you can decide how you want to spread out those exchanges throughout your typical day to best manage your blood sugar level and enjoy your meals and snacks.

Diabetes-friendly to meet your needs

When you can, you should always do your best to use the diabetes exchange system to manage your food choices. But when real life throws a curveball and you're forced to pull together a quick meal or snack without the time to sort through the exchanges-fear not! We've selected a delicious collection of recipes, representing a broad range of foods, that will help you enjoy tasty, healthy meals and snacks that meet the basic needs of your eating plan. From main dishes to dessert, salads to soups, and everything in between, we've got your covered.

We assume 2,200-calories per day as appropriate for a moderately-active, average adult, and divided these calories into carbohydrate, protein, and fat, as follows:

  • 50 to 55% from carbohydrates
  • 15 to 20% from protein
  • No more than 30% from fat

Since most people don't think in percentages, you can roughly translate them into the following approximate amounts each day:

  • 275 to 300 grams of carbohydrate
  • 83 to 110 gram of protein
  • No more than 73 grams of fat

Next we made sure our diabetes-friendly recipes meet basic guidelines for good health in terms of the amount of sodium, fiber, and saturated fat:

  • Eating no more than 1,500 mg of sodium per day
  • Making sure to get at least 21 to 38 grams of fiber each day; the more total calories you eat, the more fiber you need
  • Eating no more than 7% of total calories, or about 17 grams, of saturated fat per day

Finally, we divided these basic daily goals into three meals and two to three snacks per day. The criteria for what makes a certain dessert fit that diabetes-friendly category may be different for what makes a diabetes-friendly snack, side dish, or main dish. For this reason, not any combination of these recipes is appropriate for everybody. Work with your dietitian or CDE until you understand how to calculate the right nutrition totals for yourself.

Tools you can use for real life

In addition to using these recipes, you can keep the following tips in mind to help you make the best, healthiest, tastiest food choices you can-choices that will help you maintain healthy blood sugar levels and your good health!

  • For many people, having about 45 to 60 grams of carbohydrate at meals is about right
  • If you want dessert, cut back on other carbohydrate-rich foods, such as pasta and bread, at the same meal
  • Fiber is not digested and absorbed like starches and sugars are; fiber can slow the conversion of simple carbohydrates from food you eat into blood sugar; for this reason, the fiber grams are subtracted from the total carbohydrate grams in determining the carbohydrates contained in each meal and snack
  • The more of your carbohydrates you can eat as fiber-rich complex carbs, such as vegetables, legumes (beans and peas), and whole grains, the better
  • To protect heart health, remember fish as an alternative to other meat sources and avoid fried foods, opting instead for food prep options like baking or grilling (if grilling, use a marinade for further protective effects)

Diabetes does not mean diet

Now that you understand a bit about how to eat healthfully to best manage diabetes, you can be comfortable knowing that the phrase "diabetes diet" has nothing to do with a lifetime of deprivation and special diet foods. Eating well with diabetes means eating what you love and balancing it with what you need.

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