Data Indicates Consumers and Medical Professionals Regularly Take Supplements and Vitamins

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While politicians debate national healthcare reform today, many Americans are taking proactive measures to support their personal health and longevity, particularly with vitamins and supplements, such as Juvenon. This trend is due, in part, because of the rising costs of reactive medical care, as well as the emphasis on scientific research in the vitamin and supplement industry.

We continue to conduct research with regard to human hypertension, diabetes, energy and cardiovascular disease.

While politicians debate national healthcare reform today, many Americans are taking proactive measures to support their personal health and longevity, particularly with vitamins and supplements.

"We're seeing people take a proactive, intelligent and economical approach to their health," said Nathan Hamilton, CEO for Juvenon, Inc. "Vitamins and supplements are gaining credibility because of laboratory research backing its claims."

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) says 40 percent of American adults regularly take a vitamin or supplement to stay healthy. The medical community is also embracing these alternative medicines; according to a study in Nutrition Journal, 72 percent of doctors and 89 percent of nurses reported taking some sort of dietary supplement.

This trend is due, in part, because of the rising costs of reactive medical care, as well as the emphasis on scientific research in the vitamin and supplement industry.

Juvenon TM is a patented natural anti-aging health supplement, supported by laboratory research and respected scientists. Studies on JuvenonTM report that the combination of natural substances, acetyl-L-carnitine and alpha lipoic acid, recharge energy and brain function at the cellular level. Other research shows that Juvenon can help lower blood pressure in men with hypertension as well as mimic the anti-aging benefits of caloric reduction.

"Juvenon has an ongoing program of pre-clinical and clinical research to learn more about the aging process and how to mitigate its effects," said Hamilton. "We continue to conduct research with regard to human hypertension, diabetes, energy and cardiovascular disease."

Dr. Bruce N. Ames, a Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of California, Berkeley, leads Juvenon's Scientific Advisory Board. Ames is recognized as an international leader in his field and has received numerous national awards for his scientific research. Juvenon's Advisory Board also includes independent scientific researchers, leaders in neurology and neuroscience and professors.

Juvenon Cellular Health Supplement® is sold in accordance with the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act, passed by Congress in 1994. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) exerts general oversight over product safety and supervises the marketing claims made for dietary supplements.

Juvenon, a cellular health supplement, has been successfully re-energizing people with its collection of age essential micronutrients since 2003. Visit http://www.juvenon.com for more information.

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