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|April 29, 2014 05:28 AM EDT||
MIAMI, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 04/29/14 -- Organic food is on the rise and has been so for 25 years. According to the "Organic Marketing Report" by Academics Reviews, an independent international organization founded by professors from the University of Melbourne and the University of Illinois, sales of organic foods have increased by 3,400 percent in the last 24 years. Looking at the growing number of shelves or even aisles with organic products in supermarkets nowadays, this number -- as impressive as it is -- does not really come as a surprise. More and more people follow the trend of leading an active lifestyle and eating healthy, creating awareness that causes consumers to pick organic over traditional products. This tendency is especially obvious when it comes to fresh produce such as meat, eggs, fruit and vegetables. Since organic farmers have to abide by strict regulations of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, their products contain considerably less or no pesticides or antibiotics and tend to have a higher content of nutrients.
Especially popular in the current health trend are organic juices, which offer a convenient way of loading up on the daily-required vitamin and enzyme intake. In order to guarantee the full effect of juice it is recommended to drink it on an empty stomach to give the body a chance to absorb all the valuable nutrients. While regular fruits and vegetables contain similar amounts of vitamins, organic juices have the added advantage of being grown with minimum use of toxins, chemicals or pesticide. On top of that organic foods often retain a more intense and full flavor. Looking at the long list of health benefits that organic juices provide, Niwali is exploring the possibility of adding an organic juice bar to the company's portfolio.
Especially customers who go on regular juicing regimens -- a diet that facilitates weight loss, strengthens the immune system, increases energy levels and can reduce the chances of heart diseases, strokes and cancers -- will be happy to hear that. For Niwali Test-O-Boost Health Store, a leading health supplement manufacturer, this is another step towards providing their customers with high quality products to foster their health and general wellbeing. Another significant change had been the company's switch from gelatin capsules to vegetarian caps, eliminating the risks that come with animal-based gelatin, such as chemicals that are used during the manufacturing process.
In their online store, Niwali offers a variety of dietary supplements ranging from vitamins to herbal teas to support health, immune system and general wellbeing. All products are formulated with highest quality plants and herbs from ancient Chinese, Ayurvedic and Shamanic medicine and help detoxify the body and supply it with all vital vitamins and minerals. On top of making affordable healthy supplements accessible to customers all over the world, Niwali Test-O-Boost Health Store also strives to educate people and help them lead a happier and healthier life. To this end the company has launched the Alpha Male Club, an online platform for men that assists them with advice and tricks on topics such as health, finances, dating, relationships and happiness.
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