Swanson Ultra Resveratrol supplement receives approved rating by ConsumerLab.com

ConsumerLab.com has a mission: To identify the best quality health and nutritional products through independent testing. As a leading supplement brand, Swanson Health Products voluntarily participates in third party supplement testing conducted by ConsumerLab.com. Recently, resveratrol supplements were tested to verify the amount of resveratrol contained in ten different supplements. Swanson Health Products received an Approved rating for their Swanson Ultra Resveratrol 250 supplement.

Britta Nelson, Compliance Specialist for Swanson Health Products states, “As a company, our goal is to provide the highest quality products to our customers. ConsumerLab.com has a similar mission in identifying the best quality health and nutritional products through independent testing. This can be a very valuable tool for consumers to be sure they are receiving high quality and most importantly, safe products.”

Because resveratrol is found in the skin of red grapes, it has been associated with the "French Paradox." The French Paradox is the observation that despite the rich diet common in French culture, they are a predominately slender population and display good cardiovascular fitness and other indicators of good health despite their relatively high-fat diet and levels of wine consumption.

Swanson Health Products is an industry leader in bringing vitamins direct to consumers at the lowest prices possible. Swanson Health Products, headquartered in Fargo, ND, offers the highest quality vitamins, supplements and natural health care products and is Good Manufacturing Practices certified. Swanson Health Products goes a step beyond its competitors by offering powerful guarantees. All products are backed by a 100% Satisfaction, Money-Back Guarantee and Double the Difference Lowest Price Guarantee. For more information, please visit http://www.swansonvitamins.com.


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