Truvy Boost Review – 30 Day Combo Pack

Have you been considering using Truvy Boost and wondered if it can really help you lose weight. This Truvy review focuses on Tru and Vy which make up the combo pack.

Truvy Boost review

Respectable brand
Some good ingredients

Can be very expensive
Some negative customer reviews

Truvy Boost contains some good ingredients. The presence of green tea alone is enough to support the fat-burning claims. At least it would be if we could be sure the formulation provides enough.

Should you buy Truvy Boost? Do we we recommend? Nearly, but not quite. It is our opinion there are more effective (and cost effective) weight loss product in existence. Read our reviews on best weight loss pills

Truvy Boost Review

Truvy Boost is a weight loss booster that’s available as a drink or as pills. It’s made in Utah, USA by Truvy.

The company also produces a number of other supplements including protein powders and vitamin pills. There’s even a Truvy skin patch aimed at women who are struggling with hormonal issues.

Truvy began trading in 2014 under the name TruVision Health. In 2020, it rebranded its website and products and began operating under the name Truvy instead.

Truvy is an MLM company. That’s not new. It was MLM right from the start.

MLM (multi-level marketing) companies market their products via independent distributors. Most MLM distributors are attracted to the business by exaggerated earnings claims.

MLM is quite a complex business model. Providing an outline of the way it works would add little value to this review. However, MLM products tend to be surprisingly expensive. This is the case with Truvy products too.

In addition to selling its supplements via Truvy Distributors, the company also operates an online store.

Truvy Boost capsules – dietary supplements, 7 day experience kit

What Is Truvy Boost?

Truvy Boost is a rebranded and somewhat updated version of two earlier products called TruFIX and truCONTROL.

TruFIX has become Tru capsules and truCONTROL is now Vy capsules. You can’t buy them separately. They are designed to be used together so you have to buy them as a combo pack.

Truvy Boost Drink provides the same key ingredients in a sachet instead of splitting them between two pills.

Truvy Benefits

  • Supports Blood Chemistry
  • Revives Metabolism
  • Clears Focus
  • Provides Appetite Control
  • Boosts Natural Energy

How to Use Truvy Boost

You need to take Truvy Boost twice per day. That’s one drink or two pills each morning and a second drink or two more pills at lunch or during the early afternoon.

How the Capsules Compare to the Pills

As far as the ingredients go, there’s not a lot of difference but the drink provides some additional vitamins and minerals that aren’t in the pills.

The thing you need to be aware of is the price.

Although the Truvy Boost Combo pack provides enough pills to last for 30-days, a pack of Truvy Boost Drink mixes does not.

Each box only has 30 sachets inside. That means you will need two boxes a month. At the time of this review, 30 sachets cost $75.

You can get a discount if you buy a drink combo pack and/or agree to get further deliveries via auto-ship but Truvy Boost Drink is always expensive to use.

Truvy Boost pills are expensive too. A 30-day Combo Pack will cost you $111.25 (one-time purchase) or $89 (auto-ship). It’s still a lot of money but it’s less than it would cost you to use the drink for a month.

How Does Truvy Boost Work?

Truvy makes some pretty standard claims for Truvy Boost. It says the formulation will revive metabolism, control appetite, clear focus, and boost energy. Most diet pills do these things too and are much cheaper to use.

The company also states Truvy Boost supports blood chemistry. That’s a very unusual claim and Truvy doesn’t even explain how the ingredients may do this or the benefits it will entail.

When you consume food or drink, the nutrients and energy released during digestion pass through the intestinal walls and enter your blood. The same thing happens with medications and supplements.

The absorption of medications and nutrients will surely affect blood chemistry but so do many other factors. The claim that Truvy Boost “supports” blood chemistry stinks of marketing hype.

When Truvy says the supplement will revive metabolism, we have to presume it means speed it up.

When metabolism increase, your body uses more energy. If you are following a low-energy diet, this will help you to lose more weight than before even though you are following the same diet.

Truvy Boost is also designed to control hunger. If it can do this successfully, the supplement will make it easier for you to stick to your diet by removing the distraction of hunger.

Dieting robs the body of energy. That’s how it helps you to burn fat. The problem is the best diets tend to cause the worst fatigue. A lot of supplements provide stimulants to compensate for this and Truvy does too.

Stimulants also sharpen mental focus. This is a useful benefit as well.


Truvy Boost provides a selection of vitamins and minerals. That’s not a bad idea. Their presence will help prevent any deficiencies that could otherwise result due to the dietary restrictions that are necessary to force the body to burn fat.

The formulation also contains a selection of plant extracts. All of them are associated with weight loss and some of them are scientifically proven to work.

The problem is, all the key ingredients are incorporated into a proprietary blend. Doing this has given Truvy the excuse to omit the inclusion rates. So, although we know what the ingredients are, we do not know if Truvy Boost provides enough of them ‒ or too much.

If the inclusion rates are too low, there may be little or no benefit. If they are too high, there could be a risk of side effects. Some of the ingredients in Truvy Boost are stimulants and stimulants always present the risk of side effects, so the lack of inclusion rates is particularly worrying. Although sensible dosing can be beneficial, heavy-handedness is not.

Moving on, let’s take a look at a few of the most notable inclusions and some of the things they may do if Truvy has got the inclusion rates right.

Green Tea Extract

Research shows the catechin antioxidants in green tea increase metabolism and thermogenesis. It’s one of the best natural fat burners in the world.

Green Coffee Bean Extract

Green coffee beans provide chlorogenic acid. It’s good for balancing blood sugar and insulin. This makes it useful for controlling cravings. Although its abilities are sometimes disputed, research involving obese adults shows it can be effective for reducing abdominal fat.

ALA (Alpha Lipoic Acid)

ALA is a vitamin-like antioxidant that aids the breakdown of carbohydrates.

Raspberry Ketones

A phenol that’s present in raspberries. Several other fruits provide it too, albeit in lesser amounts. Raspberry ketones assists weight loss by reducing appetite and aiding fat loss by supporting increases in the fat-burning hormone adiponectin.

Garcinia Cambogia

Garcinia cambogia is a fruit that provides hydroxycitric acid. It’s a natural appetite suppressant that further assists weight loss by discouraging the formation of fresh fat cells.

Citrus Aurantium

Also known as bitter orange, citrus aurantium is a citrus fruit. It provides the stimulant synephrine. Citrus aurantium is often included in fat-burning formulations. It a common inclusion in sports supplements too.


Hordenine is stimulant too. On a chemical level, it’s very similar to synephrine so the benefits and side effects are likely to be the same.


Octodrine was originally used as a drug for clearing nasal congestion. It’s a stimulant that’s sometimes included in supplements that aim to boost fat burning and/or physical performance.


Evodiamine is a plant-based chemical that’s primarily used as a thermogenic fat burner and stimulant. Researchers suspect its abilities as a fat burner may be similar to the capsaicin present in red peppers.

Animal research suggests evodiamine may have an undesirable effect on the heart. Capsaicin is a better alternative


Dendrobium is an orchid extract. Some experts believe it may be the next hot stimulant but there are concerns it may have the potential to increase the likelihood of seizures.

Truvy Boost Customer Reviews

The Better Business Bureau (BBB) has quite a lot of customer reviews. It also has a startling number of complaints.

Many customers mention billing and delivery issues. There is also a lot of talk about side effects.

Truvy Boost Safety  Concerns

Customer reviews reveal a risk of side effects. As does our evaluation of the ingredients. It would be unwise to use Truvy Boost without getting the approval of a medical professional first.

Where to Buy Truvy Boost

Unless you have contact with a Truvy distributor, you will only be able to buy Truvy Boost via the Truvy online store.

Truvy Boost Review Conclusion

Truvy Boost contains some good ingredients. The presence of green tea alone is enough to support the fat-burning claims. At least it would be if we could be sure the formulation provides enough.

Green coffee bean is a good addition too, as are raspberry ketones and garcinia cambogia. Again though, there is no way to know if Truvy has added enough of them.

We suspect the formulation may be primarily stimulant-driven. Stimulants can help with fat loss but you need to use them cautiously. Combining two or more stimulants increases the chances of side effects.

Customer reviews certainly suggest the formulation may be stimulant-driven. They also raise additional concerns about Truvy and cast doubts on the formulation’s ability to support weight loss. 

Then there is the price. That’s an issue too. Truvy Boost is very expensive. It’s hard to justify such a high price tag when customer reviews are so poor. Especially when so many cheaper products are capable of doing so much more.

Alternatives to Truvy

There are several diet product that are similar to Truvy.

About Eloise Bel

Eloise Bel (Certified Holistic Nutritionist & B.A. in Communications) Eloise is an experienced journalist with a strong grounding in holistic nutrition. She has an in-depth knowledge of the supplement industry and has been specializing in the weight loss sector since 2008. LinkedIn