LuckyVitamin.com to Offer Dead Sea Moringa®

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Natural supplement offers incredible levels of vitamins, minerals and nutrients

Dead Sea Moringa®, a plant-based supplement packed with more than 90 different nutrients, will now be available direct to consumers through the nutrition website, LuckyVitamin.com.

The supplement, based on the natural power of the Moringa plant (Moringa Oleifera) from the Dead Sea region, contains more than 46 antioxidants and 18 amino acids. The mineral-rich soil of the area produces an especially concentrated variety of the Moringa plant and a superior nutritional product.

“Our supplement offers incredible levels of vitamins and nutrients, and we are excited to have the opportunity to give more people access to it,” said Paul Marcellino, president of Dead Sea Moringa.

Dead Sea Moringa’s more than 90 distinct nutrients include vitamins and minerals, such as vitamins A, C and E, and more calcium per serving than a glass of milk. The natural plant proteins found in the supplement make it perfect for people allergic to soy-based protein, and it is highly effective for managing medical conditions like high blood pressure, type-2 diabetes, osteoporosis, lupus and asthma.

In distributing its products across the U.S. market, Dead Sea Moringa is working with Florida-based Nutritional Products International (http://nutricompany.com). NPI is a national leader in providing sales, marketing and brand management solutions for global brands, giving them a fast track to the world’s most profitable retail market.

“Dead Sea Moringa offers some truly exceptional nutritional benefits, and does much more than your average supplement,” said Mitch Gould, CEO of NPI.

LuckyVitamin.com was first established in 2004 as one of the Internet's pioneers for online distribution of health and wellness products in the vitamin and supplement industry. Today, customers can choose from products from more than 1,100 brand name manufacturers.

To purchase Dead Sea Moringa®, visit http://www.LuckyVitamin.com.

To learn more Dead Sea Moringa®, visit http://www.deadseamoringa.com.

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