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Going Green: Niwali Test-O-Boost Health Store Is Developing a New Green Superfood Blend

MIAMI, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 05/26/14 -- Niwali Test-O-Boost Health Store, a leading online supplier of dietary supplements, announced this week that the company's scientists are currently developing a new Multivitamin Green Blend. The superfood blend is part of Niwali's efforts to expand its portfolio and include even more healthy options for its customers at affordable prices. This new product will have one significant advantage over comparable products: It will be based on whole foods rather than on chemicals, after studies suggested that natural vitamins can be better absorbed by the human body than chemically derived compounds. The multivitamin green blend will serve as an easy solution that ensures that the body's daily vitamin needs are met.

A broad variety of high-quality ingredients will be considered for the blend, ranging from organic fruits and vegetables to tonic herbs and probiotics. And while the company's experts are busy working on this state-of-the-art supplement, Niwali is determined to wait with the launch until they find the perfect combination of superb nutrients. Following an all-natural approach, something that Niwali Test-O-Boost Health Store has been known for from day one, doctors and nutritionists are working together to select ingredients from the earth as well as from the sea, that are nutrient-dense, antioxidant-rich and easily digestible, making the new Green Blend a great option for men and women alike, regardless of their age or fitness level.

The advantages of a daily whole food-based supplement are plentiful: Guaranteeing a regular intake of necessary vitamins and minerals leads to radiant health, supports the immune system, improves our digestion, alkalizes the body and can even slow down the aging process. By feeding the body with high-quality nutrients, we increase our vitality and energy, and support detoxification and the quantity of enzymes and antioxidants. We can even balance out deficiencies that we might not have been aware of! Getting all those benefits from just one supplement does not only save time, but also money. Especially organic foods have become increasingly expensive and prices are often dependent on seasonal availability. With the new Multivitamin Green Blend, Niwali wants to offer an affordable and reliable alternative to make sure customers can live a healthy lifestyle -- every single day.

The new whole food-based blend is only one of many steps Niwali Test-O-Boost Health Store has been taking to constantly improve and develop its product range. Just recently, the company announced plans to procure products from a NSF-certified laboratory, which performs toxicology and formulation reviews on all products, as well as tests for contaminants, in order to guarantee the highest manufacturing standards possible. Another significant change was the company's switch from animal-based gelatin capsules to vegetable caps that use healthier shells that are even suitable for vegans. All ingredients that Niwali uses for its supplements are based on natural remedies, extensive studies and the wisdom of century-old knowledge about plants and herbs from Chinese, Ayurvedic and even Shamanic medicine. Available items in the online store include products for weight management, cleansing & detox, disease fighting, immune boosters, personal care and vitamins & supplements.

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