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It Works! Global Launches Dietary Supplement

The Greens Chew aides in prebiotic support for digestive health

BRADENTON, Fla., Jan. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- It Works! Global, a wellness products and lifestyle company, announced the launch of Greens Chew, a dietary supplement for antioxidant and prebiotic support.

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This is the first chewable supplement that It Works! is offering as part of its product line. Other products in the Greens supplement line include Greens On The Go and the original Greens alkalizing drink powder.

"Many people aren't regularly receiving the nutrients they need to maintain an active and healthy lifestyle," said It Works! Global CEO Mark B. Pentecost. "We want to make it easy and enjoyable for individuals to proactively maintain their health. The Greens Chew is a fun way for people to snack, while supporting healthy blood pressure levels and the nutritional boost of prebiotic fiber."

Each package of the Greens Chew includes 60 pieces, and its ingredients are similar to the Greens powder. According to the U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council, blueberries are an excellent tool for improving your health because they are low in fat and there are just 80 calories per cup of blueberries. Each serving of the Greens Chew has the antioxidant strength of 20 cartons of blueberries.

Blueberries are a free-radical-fighting superfood due to pterostilbene, which is the primary antioxidant found in blueberries. The Greens Chews use pTeroPure to promote heart health and help maintain healthy blood pressure levels.

The Greens Chew also contains a blend of more than 45 fruits and vegetables that are high in antioxidant vitamins beta-carotene, vitamin E and vitamin C.

"We saw a need for a chewable supplement in the marketplace and began conceptualizing the Greens Chew more than a year ago," Pentecost said.

It Works! Global recommends having two chews as a snack between meals. The Greens Chews are available through the It Works! Global website at http://www.itworksglobal.com/, through local distributors and by phone for $50 or $30 for loyal customers.

It Works! Global's flagship product is the It Works! Wrap, which it launched in 2001. The company also offers skin products like Lip & Eye - a moisturizing cream gel and the newly launched Hair Skin Nails - a nourishing skin product.

Founded in 2001, It Works! Global is one of the fastest-growing consumer lifestyle direct sales companies. Inc. ranked It Works! Global No. 436 on its 500 list for 2013. The company is enjoying a 1047-percent growth over the past three years. It Works! debuted at No. 56 on the Direct Selling News Global 100, the annual industry ranking produced by Direct Selling News magazine. It Works! offers a variety of daily-use, instant-results products, including its signature and unique It Works! Wrap, a contouring product that can tighten, tone and firm any area of the body in just 45 minutes. The company currently offers 31 health and beauty products, and pays commissions to more than 60,000 independent distributors worldwide. Visit www.itworksglobal.com for additional information.

For additional information, interview, image and product sample requests, contact Axia Public Relations at 888-PR-FIRM-8, ext. 700.

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Axia Public Relations for It Works! Global
888-773-4768, ext. 312

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