7-Keto Lean combines 7-Keto DHEA—a metabolite of DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone)—with L-tyrosine, parsley, choline, inositol, copper, and iodine to support healthy thyroid function and metabolism.*


7-Keto® Lean Directions and/or Dosage

Adults take 1 capsule twice daily, or as recommended by your healthcare professional.


If you are pregnant, nursing, or taking prescription drugs, consult your healthcare professional prior to use.Keep out of reach of children.


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  • A. We recommend taking this product in the morning or afternoon, preferably before exercising. Although 7-Keto Lean is not a stimulant, we feel it is better to avoid taking this product at night as it contains herbs to support fluid balance that are best used in the daytime. Additionally, metabolism tends to be more active in the daytime. Some may experience mild gastrointestinal upset, in which case we suggest taking this product with food.

  • A. Losing weight and maintaining a healthy weight requires attention to diet and exercise. While 7-Keto Lean can help you reach your weight loss goals faster, incorporating healthy lifestyle changes are the key to long-lasting weight maintenance.

  • A. 7- Keto DHEA is irreversibly metabolized from DHEA, and it will not convert to DHEA. Therefore, 7-Keto does not raise blood levels of DHEA in the body.

  • A. Preliminary research indicates that 7-oxo-DHEA, the key ingredient in 7-Keto Lean, does not affect blood sugar. One 8-week, placebo-controlled, double-blind clinical study found that the key ingredient in 7-Keto Lean did not find any significant changes in blood sugar.

  • A. Caution should be taken whenever recommending, or consuming, nutritional supplements. Use this drug-nutrient interaction checker to view potential interactions with the ingredients of 7-Keto Lean.

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