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Curvelle, Curvelle weight loss, iSatori Curvelle


Weight Loss Support for Women

  • Limited supply remaining with Best Before Date of 08/2016. Get yours now for just $14.99!
  • iSatori Curvelle also Features Raspberry Ketones and Cinnamon Extracts
  • Controls appetite and sugar cravings∆ⱡ
  • Burns excess calories for energy
  • Anti-oxidants to improve skin radiance
100 Capsules
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Specifically designed for a woman's needs when it comes to losing weight, faster and healthfully.
A combination of proven herbal ingredients—a proprietary mix of raspberry ketones (Razberi-K™), natural caffeine, cinnamon extract (Cinnulin PF®), elderberry, and green tea.
Well documented to decrease cravings, help control appetite, and help you rapidly burn off excess calories.∆ⱡ
You can reveal a leaner, lighter, more beautiful body.∆ⱡ
Curvelle, Curvelle weight loss, iSatori Curvelle


As a dietary supplement, take 1 serving (2 capsules) two to three times daily with a full glass of water, preferably 30 minutes before meals and/or exercise. Do not consume within 4 hours prior to sleep. For best results, use Curvelle continuously for one month with a healthy nutrition and exercise program.
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Curvelle is a healthy weight-loss support supplement designed specifically for women.

Curvelle is designed specifically for women, and it comes in the form of small, easy-to-swallow capsules that gently deliver its clinically tested ingredients for healthy weight-loss. The unique combination of herbal ingredients found in the Curvelle formula are designed to support weight loss through multiple mechanisms.∆ No other weight-loss formula on the market contains the unique combination of ingredients found in Curvelle.

No! Curvelle does not contain ephedra or any other unhealthful stimulants. Curvelle supports healthy weight loss without undesirable side effects, such as over-stimulation (a primary cause of those unwanted jittery feelings).∆ Curvelle does, however, contain a small amount of natural caffeine (about as much as found in a cup of coffee), so if you are sensitive to caffeine, you may want to start with one-half the recommended dosage to assess your tolerance.

Yes. With the help of a trusted medical doctor, iSatori spent countless hours researching and developing the Curvelle formula. The ingredients uniquely combined to create the Curvelle formula have been heavily researched and were included based on the positive results of several clinical trials. For instance, Cinnulin PF®, a patented cinnamon extract (US PATENT #6,200,569), is included in the formula to improve the body’s ability to regulate healthy glucose levels and, as a result, helps control appetite, especially cravings for sugars and carbohydrate-containing foods.∆ⱡ

Another study presented impressive data that showed Razberi-K™, a specific ketone unique to red raspberries, significantly enhanced weight loss and decreased bodyfat by reducing the absorption of dietary fat and supporting the body's own ability to burn fat. In addition, Curvelle contains a special blend of green tea extract and elderberry, which are rich in antioxidants and anthocyanins and have been clinically shown to fight the oxidative stress of aging, poor diet, and pollution to help improve your overall health.∆ This is the type of solid scientific support that's behind the Curvelle formula.

[Reference: Khan, A., et al., Diabetes Care 26:3215-3218 (2003).]
What are the key ingredients in Curvelle, and why were they included
Yes. Curvelle is intended to be used as part of a healthful nutrition and regular exercise plan to help enhance your weight-loss results!

Curvelle is very easy to use! There is no need to refer to any type of complicated dosing schedule. Simply take one serving (two easy-to-swallow capsules) of Curvelle with a full glass of water about 20 to 30 minutes before breakfast, lunch, and anytime you exercise. Taking at least two servings per day is preferential, for best results.

If you are using any prescription medication or over-the-counter drugs, we always suggest you consult a medical doctor before using Curvelle or any other supplement. And always remember to read the entire label and warnings before use and ensure you follow the directions properly.

No. As with most supplements, Curvelle should not be taken if you are pregnant, nursing, or considering pregnancy.

We are so sure of Curvelle’s impressive results; it's backed by an unconditional 100% 60-day money-back guarantee when ordered direct from iSatori. Which means if you don't feel thinner and more beautiful—from the inside out—after you've tried Curvelle, you can contact us for details on how to obtain a full refund of the purchase price. No questions asked. That means there's no risk to you, whatsoever, for trying it. We wouldn’t have it any other way!
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Not intended for individuals under the age of 18 unless instructed by a doctor. Do not use this product if you are pregnant, nursing, or contemplating pregnancy. If you, or your doctor, have any questions about this product, please call 1-866-688-7679. Consult your physician if you are taking any over-the-counter or prescription medications. Seek the advice of a health-care professional before beginning any supplement or exercise program. The product contains caffeine and should not be taken by those wishing to eliminate caffeine from their diets. Do not exceed the recommended daily intake. Improper use of this product will not improve results and is not advised. Keep out of reach of children. California residents only: This product contains substances known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.