NUTRIFII™ OMEGA-Q™ RECEIVES CONSUMERLAB.COM CERTIFICATION
The exceptional quality of ARIIX supplement acknowledged by the recognized third-party testing organization and listed as a “Top Pick” for outstanding value.
BOUNTIFUL, Utah — ARIIX, an international opportunity company that promotes healthy, toxin-free living, announced today that popular supplement Nutrifii Omega-Q has been certified and acknowledged for its exceptional quality and value by ConsumerLab.com, an independent third-party company that helps consumers and healthcare professionals make safe purchasing decisions.
In addition to receiving ConsumerLab.com certification, Omega-Q’s selection for the organization’s popular “Top Picks” list for fish oil and other Omega-3 supplements is the latest acknowledgment from independent testing companies and organizations that have given ARIIX their stamp of approval for its rigorously tested products.
Omega-Q supplements contain a unique blend of essential Omega fatty acids and coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), two of the most powerful ingredients on earth for initiating and sustaining healthy brain, heart, and cellular functions. The balanced combination supports the heart and is an important factor in supporting the brain, eye, skin and lung health.
The Omega-3 marine oil ingredients that comprise Omega-Q were tested in one or more independent laboratories as part of the ConsumerLab.com certification process. Omega-Q passed all safety tests for elements including lead, cadmium, arsenic and mercury, while also confirming the presence of 100% or more of ingredients listed including CoQ10, Omega-3, EPA and DHA.
ConsumerLab.com tests health products for strength, purity, and disintegration to determine whether the product is what it claims to be. Known for keeping health and nutritional companies honest about their product claims, the company has tested over 5,600 products since 1999 and freely publishes its testing methods for public consumption. Many products that ConsumerLab.com selects for testing fail. In fact, a recent study showed 1 in 3 vitamins tested by ConsumerLab.com was improperly labeled — typically because the product did not contain the number of nutrients claimed on the label.
“We are pleased to announce this recognition by ConsumerLab.com for yet another one of our products,” said Deanna Latson, ARIIX Chief Product Officer, and Founder. “Third-party quality certifications, like this one for Omega-Q, support our commitment to the utmost purity, quality, safety and effectiveness of our supplements.”
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