Nutritional Products International (NPI), one of the world's leading nutraceutical companies, has announced that the Body Basix line is now available to consumers on Go4itNutrition.com.
Body Basix, which provides performance nutrition products for everyday people, was founded by former NFL and college football star Chris McIntosh. The company aims to simplify sports nutrition by making it easy to understand and use for everyday athletes and fitness enthusiasts.
"We’re very happy to add Body Basix to our repertoire of essential nutrition products," said Mitch Gould, CEO of Go4itNutrition.com. "This is an outstanding line of supplements that help both athletes and people who simply would like to reach their personal fitness goals."
Body Basix places an emphasis on providing performance nutrition for every type of body through the six core components of nutrition: protein, carbohydrates, fat, vitamins, minerals and water. Using these components, the company's holistic supplements cover the performance nutrition areas of hydration, nutrition, wellness, recovery, strength and energy.
Prior to starting Body Basix, McIntosh was a star tackle for the Wisconsin Badgers from 1996-1999. His efforts helped lead the team to two straight Rose Bowl victories, and he was a first-round draft pick for the Seattle Seahawks in 2000. McIntosh founded Body Basix in order to help people find ways to live better, healthier lives.
"Body Basix focuses on key areas of nutrition to supplement natural development," said McIntosh. "With this expansion onto Go4itNutrition.com, more people will have access to the benefits of Body Basix for getting in better shape and realizing their goals."
NPI, a company that brings consumer products from around the world to the American marketplace, provides sales and marketing solutions for Body Basix and other products worldwide. The company maintains strong relationships with key buyers all over the country, providing foreign brands with a fast track to the world’s most important market. Its website is http://www.nutricompany.com. To learn more about Body Basix, visit http://www.mybodybasix.com.