|By Marketwired .||
|June 13, 2014 01:14 PM EDT||
BOCA RATON, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 06/13/14 -- Nutranomics (OTCBB: NNRX), a leading vitamin and supplement manufacturer that uses only naturally sourced ingredients, is now offering its products on RevNutrition.com.
The brand, a top producer of vitamins and supplements, has gained increasing popularity among health enthusiasts for its use of all-natural ingredients. Nutranomics only uses ingredients derived from plants and naturally occurring food sources, as opposed to the synthetically produced supplements offered by many of its competitors.
Nutranomics' products are free of most common allergens and manmade additives, such as gluten and genetically modified organisms (GMOs). In addition, the company uses cellulose capsules to contain its supplements, which are compliant with even the strictest vegetarian and vegan dietary requirements.
"We are pleased to bring our products to customers shopping at RevNutrition.com," said Tracy Gibbs, CEO of Nutranomics. "Our customers demand a higher quality of product, one that is free of the additives, fillers, preservatives and pesticides commonly included in most popular brands of vitamins and dietary supplements today. We only purchase ingredients from trusted suppliers, and each ingredient is subject to a battery of quality assurance tests to ensure they are free of chemical and biological contaminants. This truly sets the NutraNomics brand apart."
Each and every Nutranomics (http://nutranomics.com) product contains a patented Assimilation Enhancing System, Patent #7,235,390 B2. This means the body more readily absorbs the active ingredients, and so they act more quickly and effectively. Vitamins and supplements derived from natural food sources are absorbed more completely than their synthetic counterparts using the AESTM, making them more unique than any other brand.
The company's range of vitamins and supplements are currently sold to health practitioners, health food shops and a few chain stores in 8 countries.
"At Nutranomics, we avoid synthetically produced ingredients and manmade additives as much as possible," said Gibbs. "We also offer improved accountability over our competitors. We perform our own independent testing to ensure that every one of our products is free of contaminants and pesticides, which is a promise many other supplement manufacturers simply cannot make. When you order from us, you're only getting what it says on the packaging."
To access and purchase the line of Nutranomics products on revnutrition.com, visit www.nutranomics.com
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