SourceOne Unveils Sytrinol Logo

CHICAGO, IL, --- SourceOneTM Global Partners, a sales and marketing company providing proprietary branded nutritional ingredients to manufacturers and marketers, launched their logo for SytrinolTM, their patented cholesterol maintenance ingredient. The new logo, backed by a comprehensive marketing and public relations campaign, demonstrates SourceOne¹s ongoing educational commitment to the natural products industry.

"To communicate the appeal of Sytrinol, the logo has to attract attention and then leave a lasting impression," stated Jesse Lopez, president of SourceOne Global Partners. "The Sytrinol logo mirrors the SourceOne corporate logo developing an identity link between the company and our products. The green font correlates with the corporate identity and yellow quarter circle represents the product's citrus origins."

Sytrinol, a patented proprietary formula derived from citrus and palm fruit extracts, is composed of polymethoxylated flavones and tocotrienols.

Multiple clinical trials have demonstrated Sytrinol acts synergistically to significantly reduce total cholesterol by 23 percent, LDL cholesterol by 21 percent and triglycerides by 26 percent. Unlike other cholesterol supplements, Sytrinol is not diet specific and has no known side effects.

SourceOne owns the exclusive worldwide license for the intellectual property associated with Sytrinol.

SourceOne Global Partners represents a new breed of ingredient supplier, partnering with manufacturing clients to introduce powerfully branded, science-driven products to market with a unique product positioning and compelling consumer presence. SourceOne was conceived as a company whose core competency would be to integrate legitimate science with strong trade and consumer branding. They partner with leading suppliers worldwide to source and offer patented ingredients supported by proprietary science as part of a turnkey marketing program that dramatically increases the odds for market success.

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