Weight Management

A Superior and Comprehensive approach to healthy, sustainable weight management.

Fitness

Performance Elite line allows you to add to your supplement routine to build muscle, enhance workouts and recover more efficiently.

Wellness

Sound solutions for CORE, nutrition, stress, mental capacity, digestive support and much more.

CUSTOMER OPTIONS

Retail

$0/annually
  • Purchase AdvoCare products for your own personal weight-loss, fitness or wellness goals.
  • Product Coach
  • Support

Preferred Customer

$1995/annually
  • Spark® flavor-sampling Starter Pack featuring two stick packs of Fruit Punch, Mango Strawberry, Grape and Watermelon (Servings Per Container: 8)†
  • Product Catalog
  • Impact Magazine
  • Product Navigator Brochure
  • An immediate 20% product discount with the ability to increase up to 30%**
  • A Total Satisfaction Guarantee
  • No minimum purchase required

Distributor

$59/annually
  • A Welcome Guide
  • An officially branded AdvoCare blender bottle
  • A Spark® flavor-sampling Starter Pack featuring two stick packs of Fruit Punch, Mango Strawberry, Grape and Watermelon (Servings Per Container: 8)†
  • An AdvoCare Rehydrate® flavor-sampling Starter Pack featuring two flavor pouches of Mango Pineapple, Key Lime Cherry and Red Raspberry (Servings Per Container: 6)†
  • A Meal Replacement Shake flavor-sampling Starter Pack featuring two pouches of Vanilla and Chocolate Mocha (Servings Per Container: 4)†
  • IMPACT Magazine, a tool designed to highlight both product and business success stories
  • Retail Sales receipts to provide to your Retail Customers
  • And, the latest Policies, Procedures and Compensation Plan

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

At AdvoCare, We Build Champions® through physical and financial wellness. Backed by the latest science, AdvoCare provides innovative nutritional, weight-management and sports performance products. In addition, AdvoCare offers a business opportunity for individuals interested in pursuing extra income. AdvoCare was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Plano, Texas.

To promote the gain of muscle tissue, daily protein intake (in grams) should be at least one-half your body weight (in pounds). Active individuals may require more quantities. Consult your healthcare professional with questions regarding how much protein you should consume.

Meal Replacement Shakes contain 24 grams of protein, Muscle Gain™ contains 25 grams per serving, POST contains 12 grams of protein, Ready-To-Drink Protein contains 20 grams of protein, and Pro 20® provides 20 grams of hydrolyzed protein. AdvoBar® Meal contains 17 grams of protein, AdvoBar® A.M. Apple Cinnamon contains 15 grams of protein, AdvoBar® Snack provides 10 grams of protein, AdvoGreens™ Snack Shake contains 13 grams, AdvoBar® DB9® provides 12 grams, and AdvoBar® Raw contains 5 grams of protein. Thus, a number of AdvoCare products are good sources of protein.

Branched-chain amino acids are critically important elements of muscle building and protecting muscle from damage. AdvoCare products that are high quality sources of branched-chain amino acids include Catalyst™, Arginine Extreme, BioCharge® and Muscle Gain™.*†

Other AdvoCare products that help protect and support muscles include OmegaPlex®, AdvoCare® Muscle Fuel, Muscle Strength, Rehydrate, Rehydrate Gel and Nighttime Recovery.*

* This statement has not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. 
† These suggestions are not intended as a substitute for the advice of a physician..

While the media often refers to the dietary supplement industry as unregulated, this is a misleading and inaccurate reference. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA), as part of the Department of Health and Human Services, and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) share oversight of dietary supplement manufacturers and their products under a variety of regulations.

FDA regulates the safety, manufacturing and labeling of dietary supplements, while FTC has primary responsibility for regulating the advertising of these products. Over the last few years, FDA and FTC have worked together to ensure there is combined jurisdiction over these products. With the mutual goal of consumer protection, FDA and FTC chair an interagency health fraud steering committee that includes Federal agencies in the U.S., Canada and Mexico.

FDA regulates dietary supplements under a different set of regulations than those covering "conventional" foods and drug products (prescription and over-the-counter). Under the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 (DSHEA), the dietary supplement manufacturer is responsible for ensuring that a dietary supplement is safe before it is marketed. FDA is responsible for taking action against any unsafe dietary supplement product after it reaches the market including products that use ingredients banned by the FDA. In addition, manufacturers must make sure that product label information is truthful and not misleading.

FDA's responsibilities include monitoring safety, mandatory adverse event reporting, and product information such as labeling, claims, package inserts and accompanying literature. Domestic and foreign facilities that manufacture/process, pack or hold food for human or animal consumption in the United States, are required pursuant to the Bioterrorism Act to register their facility with the FDA and follow its regulations for safety and quality.

In June 2007 the FDA published comprehensive regulations for current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs) for those who manufacture, package or hold dietary supplement products. cGMPs are strict, detailed procedures used to ensure safety and quality manufacturing processes for products intended for human consumption such as drugs, dietary supplements and food. cGMPs require systems that help prevent product contamination, inconsistency from batch-to-batch, unsanitary manufacturing, errors in product labeling and a great number of other important production processes that can affect human health. If problems do arise, they can be identified, tracked and resolved quickly, through cGMP-mandated documentation for all processes, from production of raw ingredients to distribution of finished product.

The FTC, in cooperation with the FDA, ensures that advertising for dietary supplements is accurate and not misleading. As with advertisements for therapeutic drugs, advertisements for dietary supplements must not make claims without substantiation by scientific evidence and must not be intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Of course, we are here to work with you on your health & fitness goals on your terms and you're not required to use AdvoCare products to have a membership in good standing.