California Company Adopts Soviet Protocol for Anti-Aging Research

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Across the globe anti-aging is becoming a hot topic. Very hot. Conferences are held internationally on how to hold back the hand of time for the explosive “baby boomer” population.

Don Bodenbach CEO of Frutaiga, a Southern California company has been at the forefront of the research for over 29 years. “History leaves clues” Bodenbach states. “True anti-aging protocols need to incorporate science, cultural, and historical evidence to be truly valid and effective”.

Frutaiga Inc. was formed to bring to the market research and products that are based on over 50 years of Soviet research into this area. Frutaiga has aligned themselves with Russia’s top scientists who are considered the worldwide authorities on the subject.

After years of study, Frutaiga has recently brought to market the result of thes strategic alliances and study. “To be honest the waiting demand for something that carried this level of validity was surprising.” Bodenbach says

The beverage, also named Frutaiga has seen enormous sales because of its ability to stand up to even the most in depth scrutiny from the scientific community. Past anti-aging research revolved around a deficiency model with an attempt to correct it with vitamin supplementation. This is quickly becoming outdated as the new culturally supported research points to “functional enhancement” as the wave of the future. Stress is the number one adversary and Russian adaptogen research addresses this model.

Frutaiga contains over 50 years of research, formerly locked behind the Iron Curtain and now brought to market.

Frutaiga can be contacted at 760-448-4966


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