Clearwater, Florida (PRWEB) April 22, 2015
“We are very pleased to accept the Natural Choice Award from Whole Foods Magazine,” stated Ken Vargha, Renew Life’s Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “At Renew Life, we believe that good digestion is at the core of a healthy, happy life. Our Ultimate Flora is a comprehensive brand of high-potency probiotics that support both digestive and immune health.* We’re committed to helping our consumers feel better about their digestive health, and are thrilled to be recognized by Whole Foods Magazine readers for our quality products.” Whole Foods Magazine is a monthly trade journal for the natural foods industry.
Ultimate Flora Probiotics—Good for Your Gut
There are 100 trillion bacteria inside the digestive tract. It’s a complex system that requires a delicate balance to keep it thriving. But stress, aging, poor diet, and other issues can upset that equilibrium. To promote digestive balance, Ultimate Flora Probiotics:
Feature powerful and effective high-potency formulas to help boost good gut bacteria*
Combine multiple, scientifically studied strains to support the gut flora’s natural harmony*
Use delayed-release capsules to help ensure more friendly probiotics reach the intestinal tract*
Renew Life Ultimate Flora Probiotics are available in a variety of formulas to suit individual needs, and can be found in health food stores and major retailers nationwide.
Digestive Wellness, Naturally
Renew Life believes that better health begins with better digestion. For nearly two decades Renew Life has formulated superior-quality digestive care supplements to help people achieve optimal health from the inside out.* The company stands behind the purity, potency, and efficacy of every product, and their commitment to help people renew their lives through better digestive health.
For more information about Renew Life Ultimate Flora probiotics, please contact Bcooper(at)renewlife(dot)com.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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