Embria(R) Health Sciences, a raw material manufacturer of science-backed natural ingredients, today launched its newly-redesigned Web site, www.embriahealth.com, to better inform manufacturers, health care practitioners and consumers about the company and its ingredient offerings.
The site now includes a complete research library supporting the company's all-natural ingredient, EpiCor(R), an immune-balancing high- metabolite immunogen, as well as an extensive immune health component, wherein visitors can learn more about the immune system in general, take health surveys and connect with medical experts. A new Corporate Wellness section discusses EpiCor's role in professional wellness programs. In addition to the updated content, the site is even more user-friendly with the integration of improved navigational tools and a simpler layout. The home page displays a gallery containing interactive graphics and a permanent navigating sidebar highlighting current news and events.
"This Web site is an integral part of our effort to keep existing and potential customers up-to-date on not only new research on EpiCor, but also any immune health developments in general," stated Cheryl Sturm, director of marketing for Embria Health Sciences, "The new content on the site gives manufacturers, healthcare practitioners and consumers access to information specific to their needs, whether that's new study results, industry updates, distribution contacts or links to retail outlets."
About Embria Health Sciences:
Embria Health Sciences, www.embriahealth.com, combines science and nature to bring high-quality, research-based natural ingredients to the global human nutrition market. Embria's key product is manufactured using a proprietary technology, which produces vital metabolites that deliver nutritional benefits and support increased bioavailability. A recently published study found Embria's all-natural ingredient, the immune-balancing high-metabolite immunogen EpiCor, to significantly decrease the incidence and duration of cold and flu symptoms.