USANA Health Sciences, Inc., announced today that its USANA Essentials(TM) Chelated Mineral and Mega Antioxidant have been evaluated and approved by ConsumerLab.com, LLC. A leading provider of independent product test results and information, ConsumerLab.com helps consumers and healthcare professionals evaluate health and wellness products.
In a recent study, ConsumerLab.com evaluated USANA's Chelated Mineral and Mega Antioxidant, as well as multivitamin products from various nutritional supplement manufacturers, to determine whether they contained the amounts of the compounds as is stated on their labels. Upon completion, ConsumerLab.com announced that both of USANA's Essentials met their label claims. The review can be found on the company's Web site at www.consumerlab.com.
"Receiving approval from ConsumerLab.com yet again illustrates USANA's commitment to quality and safety," said USANA Executive Vice President of Research & Development Tim Wood. "A reputable organization, ConsumerLab.com provides consumers with trusted research to make safe decisions. USANA is proud to have the Essentials approved and is proud to be providing people with nutritionals they can trust."
According to its Web site, ConsumerLab.com receives more than 3 million visits per year. Since the organization's inception in 1999, ConsumerLab.com has tested more than 2,100 products, representing hundreds of different brands and nearly every type of popular supplement.
In recent years, ConsumerLab.com has also approved USANA's Coquinone(R) 30, Visionex(R) and BiOmega(TM) supplements. For more information about ConsumerLab.com, please visit www.consumerlab.com.
For more information about USANA's products and opportunity, visit www.usana.com.
USANA Health Sciences develops and manufactures high-quality nutritionals, personal care, and weight management products that are sold directly to Preferred Customers and Associates throughout the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, Mexico, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.