Life Extension, offering superior-quality dietary supplements to consumers and a pioneer in funding and reporting the latest anti-aging research and integrative health therapies, has been rated number one in three categories in the 2013 ConsumerLab.com Survey of Vitamin and Supplement Users.
This is the second consecutive year Life Extension has been rated as having the number one CoQ10 and multivitamin products, and second time as the number one-rated catalog/internet supplement brand.
“We endeavor to formulate and produce the finest quality products backed by science and are proud of our online and catalog offerings and customer service,” said Paul Gilner, Life Extension CEO. “We’re thrilled consumers rated us number one again in those three categories.”
The unique ingredients included in Life Extension products are often years ahead of the products sold by most commercial vitamin companies. As a forerunner in the supplement industry, Life Extension has a history of introducing uniquely effective and influential category-leading products to the U.S. market, and was the first to introduce CoQ10 in 1983.
Life Extension scientists analyze thousands of scientific studies every week to make sure health-promoting formulas include the most advanced life extending ingredients in the world.
Every year, ConsumerLab.com conducts consumer research of thousands of people who use dietary supplements and nutritional products. The annual survey identifies the specific supplements being purchased as well as focusing on perceptions of specific brands and merchants. The survey helps ConsumerLab.com identify products to be tested in its ongoing product reviews. It also provides unparalleled comparative market research, including extensive demographic analyses.
The 2013 survey is based on responses from 10,862 supplement users. Overall, consumer ratings were given to 1,438 brands and 851 merchants.
ConsumerLab.com is a leading provider of consumer information and independent evaluations of products that affect health and nutrition. The company is privately held and has no ownership from, or interest in, companies that manufacture, distribute, or sell consumer products.