Nutraceutical Company Calls for More Package Disclosures from Industry Manufacturers

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Renaissance Health Publishing, LLC., a leading formulator and direct marketer of exclusive, physician-developed anti-aging and natural health supplement products, is actively pushing for more package disclosures from manufacturers and marketers. What is really in these supplements? What are people putting into their bodies?

Nutraceutical sales have skyrocketed over the last few years as more consumers stock up on supplements that promise everything from curing heart disease and Cancer. But what's really in these popular products?

Renaissance Health Publishing, LLC., a leading formulator and direct marketer of exclusive, physician-developed anti-aging and natural health supplement products, is actively pushing for more package disclosures from manufacturers and marketers.

"The problem is many of the products on the market today, while considered safe, are not regulated by any federal agency," says James DiGeorgia, president of Renaissance Health Publishing, LLC. "Manufacturers pretty much ignore FTC regulations and behave as if they have carte blanche in terms of what they say about their products and their benefits."

DiGeorgia, who prides his company on its policy of always striving to provide the highest quality ingredients in its health products, says consumers have a right to know what they're putting in their bodies. In fact, every package of Revatrol (http://www.Revatrol.com), a red wine extract which contains 100mg of Trans-Resveratrol and is marketed by Renaissance Health Publishing, LLC., lists all of its ingredients on each package.

With the increasing demand on the industry, DiGeorgia fears many companies could be quick to substitute more fillers for less active ingredients to stay current with production demands. That's why he's speaking out and wants all manufacturers to follow the same precedent set by Renaissance, and to provide package disclosures.

In addition, DiGeorgia says manufacturers should feel obligated to want to share the ingredients of a supplement if they have the best interest of the consumer in mind. For example, Resveratrol-based supplements are safe for most people, but should be avoided by women with estrogen receptor-positive cancers because of the estrogen-like molecule found in Resveratrol.    

About Renaissance Health Publishing
Renaissance Health Publishing LLC, strives to be the premier, ethical marketers and manufacturers of physician developed anti-aging products. All of its unique products contain the highest quality and concentration of powerful ultra-antioxidants, designed to help turn back the hands of time - safely and naturally. Renaissance Health uses only the finest quality ingredients available and all of its products are prepared under exacting laboratory standards. It does not perform any animal testing. Manufactured in the U.S. following strict GMP (Good Manufacturing Process) guidelines, it uses advanced manufacturing and packaging systems to ensure the highest quality products possible.

MEDIA CONTACT:
Bruce Serbin
Reeves Laverdure PR
bserbin@reevespr.com
(561) 391-8717

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