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Beat Holiday Indulgences with this Science-Backed Supplement

Dec 5, 2022

Say goodbye to cravings with doTERRA MetaPWR Assist.

A Life Without Supplements
It’s 3 p.m. on a Wednesday afternoon and your lunch is starting to settle in as your eyelids slowly flutter closed. Or maybe it’s a late Saturday night and you get that unavoidable urge to grab a quick bite or indulge in something sweet. We’ve all experienced some form of the afternoon slump or the midnight snack—the hump day or the food coma. Whatever you want to call it, it’s always there and always tempting you. But did you know that these experiences are evidence of a very important process taking place inside your body? This process is called metabolism. 

“Metabolism is complex and intertwined but understanding your metabolic processes will help you make choices that will positively impact your overall health,” said Dr. Russell Osguthorpe, Chief Medical Officer at doTERRA.  

The real question is, how do we know which choices are negatively impacting our metabolism? And how do we fight off the inescapable holiday sweets, long afternoon naps, and midnight indulgences?  

Dr. Nicole Stevens Director of Clinical Research said that eating too much processed foods or sitting for too long are unhealthy lifestyle choices that contribute to poor metabolic health. She advises that consistent diet and exercise coupled with regular consultations from a medical professional are always encouraged. 

But there’s also a supplement that can help you accomplish your metabolic health goals and get you feeling more energized than ever.  

Introducing doTERRA MetaPWR Assist! 
Packed with ingredients specifically designed to help you maintain healthy blood-glucose levels already in the normal range, doTERRA MetaPWR Assist blocks the function of the enzymes that turn carbohydrates into simple sugars.*  

Scientists at doTERRA conducted two human clinical trials to test the purity, consistency, potency, and efficacy of MetaPWR Assist and the results we discovered were rare and have never been seen in a supplement before,” said Dr. Stevens. “Our results showed that MetaPWR Assist helped significantly smooth blood-glucose spikes that occurred right after eating and made those extreme peaks and valleys in our blood sugar remain level throughout the day.”*  

Participants from the randomized and placebo-controlled studies reported feeling:  

  • More energy*  

  • Fewer cravings for high carbohydrate food*  

  • Healthier and more youthful overall*  

“doTERRA is doing the kind of groundbreaking, developmental research that no one else can do because it’s built on that foundation of purity, consistency, potency, and efficacy,” said Dr. Osguthorpe. “MetaPWR Assist is just one part of a family of products designed to work as a system that will act as the tools to promote your healthy lifestyle in natural and powerful ways.”* 

So, whether you’re trying to hit your new PR at the gym, stay on track while you visit family during the holidays, or simply want to feel better, MetaPWR Assist is the supplement backed by science that can help you reach your health goals and live your most energized life.* 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases. 


Want to learn more about metabolism?  
Read on to learn how Dr. Nicole Stevens at doTERRA breaks it down. 

“Think of your body as a car engine. A car engine can last a long time when the car is driven with care and receives consistent maintenance. But if it’s driven at top speed and there is no maintenance, the car is more likely to break down quickly. So, the more frequently we spike our blood-glucose levels through processed foods or long stages of sedentary activity, the more likely we are to pump out insulin nonstop and keep our bodies running until they break down. 

Step 1: When we eat food, our blood glucose levels rise.  
Step 2: The rise in blood-glucose levels signals the pancreas to release insulin.  

Step 3: The more glucose rises; the more insulin falls. 

Step 4: Then, the glucose is signaled to move inside the body’s cells so it can be made available for energy production. 

Step 5: This process also includes the breakdown of carbohydrates—a macronutrient known for boosting energy—into simple sugars.  

Without this breakdown and these processes, we can’t absorb carbs and other energy-boosting macronutrients, and then we have no simple sugars that can supply us with energy for our day.” 

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