SierraSil(TM), a Breakthrough Joint Support Ingredient Introduced at Expo Europe

Bozeman, Montana – SierraSil™, one of the world’s newest bulk ingredients in the dietary supplement industry will be featured at Expo Europe in Amsterdam, Netherlands June 16-17, 2004 at booth 814. SierraSil and Allied Nutraceuticals Ingredients are looking for strategic international partners to ensure this fast acting, powerful joint support ingredient is leveraged to compliment scientifically validated dietary supplements throughout the world.*

SierraSil (pat. pending), dubbed as “nature’s ultimate mineral” is a distinct, naturally occurring volcanic mineral deposit found only in the high Sierra Mountains. SierraSil contains a rich complex of minerals with properties unlike any other complex known. Comprised of more than 65 macro and trace minerals, SierraSil is designed to build consumer confidence in a product that really works to support joint mobility.*

“In my more than 50 years of mineral research, I have never seen a combination of minerals like this before,” says Dr. Hayden Murray, a renowned mineralogist. Dr. Murray, who has studied mineral deposits throughout the world, conducted an x-ray diffraction analysis. “The parent igneous rock material was altered by an underground hot water solution that resulted in a very unusual mineral suite.”

Based on positive results from an unpublished pilot study, SierraSil is being studied for joint support in a randomized, double blind placebo-controlled human clinical trial. In addition, a recently completed mechanism of action study yielded positive results as well.

For more information, to schedule a meeting, and/or inquires prior to Expo Europe call Bill Downs ([email protected]) with Allied Nutraceuticals Ingredients at 215-513-4136 or Carol Kriegel ([email protected]) at 888-888-1464. For an onsite contact at Expo Europe, call Carol Kriegel at 406-581-8307. You can also visit

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* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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