Denver, Colo. (PRWEB) February 24, 2009
Reggie Smith, veteran network marketer and direct sales professional has joined as a founding member the new wellness company, Synaura International to help bring a break-through product to the market called AVIA. Synaura is set to launch March 1, 2009 with its Maqui Berry supplement.
AVIA (pronounced "A" "V" "A") is the original Maqui supplement and is the first of many scientifically formulated products Synaura will launch as part of a newly created category of next generation health supplements
"I'm very excited about the opportunity to be first to market with a product that has the potential to be bigger than Xango (mangosteen), Monavie (Acia), Freelife (Goji) and Tahatian noni ( noni juice) combined. It's an honor to be a founding member of a business with unlimited potential for bringing health, and wellness to the general public says Smith, speaking from his Colorado home where he lives with his lovely wife and two beautiful daughters.
After several conversations with the owner of Synaura, Dan Maltais, Smith decided to take an active role as a founding member of the company.
"Dan's commitment to excellence and his passion to bring cutting edge wellness product to the market place definitely won me over," say's Smith. "Now I'm committed with Dan to taking Synaura and the message of health and wellness through the Maqui berry around the world."
Smith brings an impressive background to Synaura, having owned several businesses in the financial sector, restaurant development, and entertainment industries.
Why all the interest?
For starters, AVIA is a quantum leap forward in the field of liquid supplementation and the first liquid supplement to introduce the super berry, Maqui (mah key).
AVIA contains many other scientifically validated nutrients, compounds and technologies that place it in a class of its own.
One of the several technological breakthroughs is Synaura's "SynPlex" time-release nutrient delivery system. AVIA contains millions of tiny microcapsules that release the nutrients into the body slowly once ingested. Considering that all other beverages on today's market have a 3 to 4 hour half-life, this is very exciting.
To truly understand the value of AVIA, we need to take a look at its primary active ingredient, the Maqui berry (Aristotelia Chilensisa). Produced by an evergreen in the pristine forests of Patagonia, this super berry packs more antioxidants than any botanical in the world.
Brunswick labs confirm the Maqui berry has a higher Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity (ORAC) than any known botanical. (The ORAC rating system is brought to us by by the scientists at the National Institute on Aging (National Institutes of Health).
Given that oxidation, including free radical damage to cells, is the leading cause of premature aging and a leading cause of disease, and that chronic inflammation is behind afflictions such as rheumatoid arthritis, asthma, and allergies; it's easy to see why there's so much excitement about this berry among not only health-minded baby boomers but young people as well.
Determined to not lose its edge to future competition, Synaura has secured an exclusive contract with the largest exporter of this berry.
Now many companies point to the benefits of their product's ingredients but never actually say whether the particular products contains enough of said ingredient to deliver these benefits. Not true with Synaura.
AVIA itself has the highest ORAC value of any known health supplement (verified by an independent study conducted by Brunswick Labs).
- Is the only supplement on the market that stimulates the body's own production of natural antioxidant enzymes superoxide dismutase (SOD), catalase (CAT) and glutothione.
- Supports cardiovascular (contains a natural COX-2 inhibitor), healthy blood sugar levels, and is an excellent source of Vitamin C, Iron, and Potassium.
- As a thermogenic, helps reduce painful swelling and may support weight loss.
- Organic and bottled in glass.
Synaura, which translates from the Latin prefix "Syn" (coming together) and the Latin word "aura" (breath, vibration) brings together: innovative network marketing, a health product in a class of its own, exemplary leadership, and humanitarian programs that support its vision of "one."