Natural Sleep Support


The Natural Way – Phytomelatonin

 Supporting Quality Sleep, Good Health & Well Being

Tru2U Sleep Support is produced from Montmorency Tart Cherries and certain New Zealand sweet cherries, which contain naturally occurring phytomelatonin, to support regular sleep patterns for adults, children and babies.

Why Tru2U Sleep Support?

– Every Function of the Body is Affected by Sleep
– 100% pure fruit, superior quality – absolutely no additives, no added sugar or artificial sweeteners, no preservatives, no flavours or colouring agents
– Protected – HDPE black plastic bottles does not leach into the juice or let light in, to protect the phytomelatonin, which is a potent antioxidant
– More effective – our products are kept chilled to maintain superior quality for best results
– Non-addictive – no drowsiness the next morning, suitable for long term use
– 100% natural – may be enjoyed during pregnancy and breastfeeding
– Low Glycemic index so suitable for many diabetics (GI 0f 54)
– Potent antioxidants and anthocyanins to support the immune system
– High ORAC levels – Tart cherry concentrate has 12,800 ORAC units per 100 grams
– Tastes great – deliciously smooth, sweet and velvety

What is Phytomelatonin?

Sourced from plants

Phytomelatonin is a naturally occurring phytonutrient found in Montmorency Tart  Cherries and certain New Zealand Sweet Cherries, which support your body’s regular and natural sleep pattern.

Your sleep hormone, melatonin, is secreted by your brain’s pineal gland in small amounts as you wind down at the end of the day and prepare for sleep. As you drift off into your ‘light sleep’, more of your sleep hormone is secreted.

Higher levels of melatonin are secreted when you reach your ‘deep sleep’ state usually 2-3 hours after you have slept continuously from first going to bed.

Why Can’t I Sleep?

Unfortunately many of us don’t sleep long enough to reach our ‘deep sleep’. This means that your pineal gland does not naturally produce enough of melatonin to achieve a quality sleep, and to allow you to sleep continuously through until morning.

Melatonin is only produced at significant levels when it is dark. It is imperative to sleep in a dark room with no light as your body’s natural production of your sleep hormone will be affected.

The light from a clock radio is enough light to signal the brain that daytime is coming and to prepare your body for waking by slowing down the production of your sleep hormone.
NB: Shift workers will still benefit by day, in a dark room

Did you Know?

Every Function of the Body is Affected by Sleep
Sleep is as important to the human body as food and water, but most of us don’t get enough sleep. Insufficient sleep, or disruptions to the sleep-wake cycle, may cause fatigue, stress, depression, weight gain, poor concentration and skin conditions.
Hormonal Balance
There are several factors which contribute to a quality sleep. For many women hormonal imbalance results in reduced production of melatonin. Many women tend to wake around 1am, 3am and/or 5am, and have difficulty getting back to sleep.
Weight Management
Sleep supports healthy appetite by supporting normal levels of the hormones ghrelin and leptin, which regulate your feelings of hunger and fullness. When we are sleep deprived, we may feel the need to eat more.
Mood Fluctuations
Hormones are essentially responsible for all of your emotions. If you do not have enough sleep your hormones can make you feel moody, unhappy, frustrated, upset and subject to mood swings.
Jet Lag
Jet lag is the result of disruption of the light/dark cycle that controls the body’s natural circadian rhythms, causing fatigue and difficulty sleeping – your body clock struggles to reset to the new time zone.
Quality Sleep
If you are unable to fall asleep, or to stay asleep long enough to get a quality full nights sleep, it can make you feel permanently tired. one in three adults in New Zealand may have difficulty achieving a relaxing and quality sleep.

When Tru2U Sleep Support is taken an hour before bed it provides support for:

– A quality and restorative sleep
– Relaxing easily into sleep
– Returning to sleep when woken during the night
– Adjusting your body clock to return to your normal sleep pattern
– Disrupted sleep patterns when travelling • Children who wake frequently
– Mood balance and stress management • Shift workers
– Joint mobility and stiffness
– Tired joints and muscles
-Healthy energy levels