Agel Revolutionizes Nutritional Supplements

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Agel™ has burst into the nutritional supplement market with a revolutionary nutrient delivery system. Combining suspension gel technology with the convenience of portability, Agel gel packs, distributed by http://www.mynewgelsystem.com, address the two most important factors that influence the efficacy of nutritional supplements: the proper timing of ingestion and the bioavailability of the nutrients.

Agel™ has burst into the nutritional supplement market with a revolutionary nutrient delivery system. Combining suspension gel technology with the convenience of portability, Agel gel packs, distributed by http://www.mynewgelsystem.com, address the two most important factors that influence the efficacy of nutritional supplements: the proper timing of ingestion and the bioavailability of the nutrients. “People on the go can take Agel gel packs with them. Since no water is needed, they can time ingesting the supplements to optimize absorption,” said Regional Director Cedrick Penn, who is also an Agel advisory board member.

Boosting absorption of essential vitamins and minerals is at the heart of Agel’s gel technology. At three-quarters of an ounce each, the suspended nutritional formulations circumvent the drawbacks of traditional tablets and capsules, which can pass through the digestive tract largely intact. “Each of the ingredients in each of the products contains nutrients that have different and specific methods of absorption along the gastrointestinal tract,” said Penn. “By providing a good-tasting, easily ingested, readily available form of these nutrients; we feel that consumers reap the maximum benefit of supplements.” Penn continued, “Not only has Agel developed proprietary blends in our product ingredients alongside our patent pending delivery system, but we have actually created a new product category in the marketplace.”

Agel has introduced four supplements, each with a unique formulation and specific purpose.

Agel MIN is designed to nourish stamina and deliver zesty health. MIN provides 100 percent of the recommended daily intake (RDI) of essential vitamins and up to 50 percent of the RDI of essential minerals.

Agel FIT contains a patent pending form of hydroxycitric acid (HCA) known as SuperCitriMax, which has been shown in clinical trials to help decrease body weight by reducing appetite and inhibiting fat synthesis. By binding HCA to calcium and potassium, FIT increases the solubility of the formula and, therefore, its bioavailability.

Agel OHM is a vitamin B-based formula that acts as a coenzyme to help the body convert carbohydrates into energy. OHM also contains a combination of wholesome ingredients that have been shown to help resist stress, increase endurance, and enhance mental performance.

Agel EXO is packed with antioxidant-rich fruit and plant extracts that help prevent cellular damage to the body caused by free radicals. Following the lead of scientific literature that suggests consuming a combination of antioxidants is superior to taking a high dose of just one or two, EXO incorporates 14 fruit and plant extracts into its proprietary formula.

“We are proud to be on the leading edge of the health and wellness industry,” said Penn. “Agel is committed to providing consumers with supplements that enhance their well-being while complementing their active lifestyles. Agel and its family of distributors are more then just a nutritional company, we are a worldwide culture about to explode globally.”

Agel Enterprises officially launched on October 22, 2005, in Orlando, Florida. The company, formed earlier this year, utilizes network marketing to distribute Agel nutritional supplements. Agel was the first network marketing company to launch in 10 countries simultaneously, currently including the U.S., Canada, Hong Kong, Singapore, Israel, Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia, Taiwan, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Japan. Agel plans to expand into other countries around the world in the coming year.

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