Life Extension scores top spots on consumer survey

Life Extension scores top spots on consumer survey

Ratings results from four consumer satisfaction categories include number-one rankings for catalog/Internet merchant, CoQ10 products, fish oil products and multivitamins.

ConsumerLab.com, a leading provider of consumer information and independent evaluations of products that affect health and nutrition, announced Life Extension has been rated number one in four categories in the 2012 ConsumerLab.com survey of vitamin and supplement users.

The ratings results from four consumer satisfaction categories include number-one rankings for catalog/Internet merchant, CoQ10 products, fish oil products and multivitamins. The 2012 survey is based on responses from 10,260 supplement users. Overall, consumer ratings were given to 1,551 brands and 906 merchants.

Life Extension offers superior-quality dietary supplements to consumers and is a pioneer in funding and reporting the latest anti-aging research and integrative health therapies.

A trailblazer in the $28 billion U.S. dietary supplement industry, Life Extension offers more than 350 supplement products including ConsumerLab.com approved products - Super Ubiquinol with enhanced Mitochondrial Support, Super Omega-3 and Two-Per-Day multivitamins.

For many years, Life Extension has been the leading catalog and online dietary supplement product e-tailer. The ConsumerLab.com survey showed online shopping as the most common way to purchase supplements, with 42.8 percent of respondents purchasing supplements online within the past year. And 26.4 percent of respondents shopped by mail order/catalog.

"We're absolutely delighted that consumers rated us number one in those categories," said Paul Gilner, Life Extension chief executive officer. "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."

 

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