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|March 4, 2014 05:05 AM EST||
MIAMI, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 03/04/14 -- Over the years being a vegetarian has become easier. More restaurants offer delicious vegetarian options and the selection on supermarket shelves has followed that trend. One area, however, is still problematic for vegetarians, namely medications and food supplements. As long as those are delivered in form of powders or tablets, they do not cause an issue. Many products come encased in capsules though, which are generally made out of gelatin. Gelatin is a denatured collagen protein that is derived from the connective tissues of vertebrate animals such as pigs and cows, and as such they are a no-go for vegetarians. The complex manufacturing process includes using chemicals to help in the removal of foreign substances before boiling and purifying the mixture. The result is a brittle, colorless, tasteless, and odorless material, which dissolves easily in hot water and congeals in cold water and is therefore used as an inexpensive material for supplement capsules.
An alternative to gelatin caps are vegetarian capsules, which are generally made from hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose, commonly found in plants. They are ideally suited for vegetarians, and some consumers have even reported them to be easier digestible than gelatin capsules. And it is not only vegetarians who have to watch out for animal by-products; many people with religious food restrictions find themselves faced with similar problems. While Muslims can eat gelatin made from pigs, most products do not indicate what animal exactly the gelatin was derived from. Most veggie caps are a Halal and kosher option that eliminates those problems. Unfortunately many companies still choose gelatin caps over veggie caps, because the production costs for gelatin are lower. Niwali Health Store, a leading health supplement manufacturer, decided to put the wellbeing of customers first and to switch from gelatin to vegetarian capsules in an effort to make their products equally accessible to everybody.
In their online store Niwali Health Store offers a variety of dietary supplements to support health, immune system and general wellbeing, including products for weight management, cleansing & detox, disease fighting, immune boosters, personal care and vitamins & supplements. There you can also discover the company's signature product, Advanced Test-O-Boost, which increases testosterone levels which in turn helps to boost muscle mass. The scientists who developed this miraculous product focused on natural ingredients such as Tongkat Ali, Mucuna Pruriens and even Ashwaganda to make Advanced Test-O-Boost a healthy and risk-free supplement. These ingredients work in synergy to help your body produce more testosterone completely naturally -- all the advantages with no risks!
Niwali Test-O-Boost Health Store is dedicated to bringing health back to a state of perfection, healing one person at a time and working closely with nature and strongly believes that Mother Nature has everything it needs to restore health and vitality. The company plans to help heal millions of people this decade through a blend of information products, supplements, coaching and health retreats. Their nutritional supplements are formulated with the highest quality plants and herbs from ancient Chinese, ayurvedic and shamanic medicine. These highly potent extracts help detoxify the body and provide a tonic boost by providing the right nutrients from minerals and vitamins to exotic phytonutrients and beneficial trace minerals. Information products are published in text, audio and video and cover the latest clinical research and tips to enjoy a healthy, happy life.
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