Leader in Performance-enhancing Nutraceuticals Incorporates

Leader in Performance-enhancing Nutraceuticals Incorporates Nutratech’s Advantra Z®

Patented Bitter Orange Ingredient Enhances Thermogenesis in MRI 8-FX

WEST CALDWELL, N.J., September 12, 2008 – Nutratech Inc.’s patented bitter orange ingredient, Advantra Z®, has been selected as the thermogenic fat-burning component of 8-FX, a new fat-loss supplement from Medical Research Institute (MRI), a company known for advanced-performance nutraceuticals that combine novel active ingredients with cutting-edge delivery technology.
“By using Advantra Z in its 8-FX formula, MRI is giving consumers the scientifically proven benefits of all five adrenergic amines that occur naturally in the bitter orange fruit – including the stable p‑isomer of synephrine – which are responsible for optimal thermogenesis,” said Bob Green, Nutratech president.

Green also commented on Nutratech and MRI’s shared commitment to advancing nutritional science, noting that – unlike many diet and fitness ingredients on the market – there is a wealth of research supporting Advantra Z, including a series of three studies conducted over a period of six years at McGill University’s Nutrition and Food Science Centre (http://www.nutratechinc.com/advz/templ1.aspx?p=14). “Science has repeatedly shown that Advantra Z is the safest, most effective thermogenic ingredient available today,” he said.
8-FX’s innovative science-based fat-loss technology targets the body’s eight mechanisms of fat loss by supporting:

  1. Thermogenesis
  2. Energy expenditure
  3. Fat breakdown
  4. Fat oxidation
  1. Metabolism
  2. Thyroid activity
  3. Mood-driven appetite
  4. Intensity and focus

Nutratech, Inc. (www.nutratechinc.com), is a premier supplier of cutting‑edge, popular, and patented nutraceutical ingredients for the weight management and sports nutrition industries. Its proprietary bitter orange extract, Advantra Z®, is the industry’s leading patented thermogenic ingredient. Headquartered in West Caldwell, N.J., the company is known for its industry advocacy and commitment to scientifically supported raw materials.

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