Renewal Laboratories to produce functional beverages with anti-oxidants and omega3 fatty acids

Renewal Laboratories announced today that it has developed a patent pending process to produce functional beverages with important anti-oxidants and omega3 fatty acids. Natural, nutritionally important supplements such as Coenzyme Q10, resveratrol, and omega3 fish oil may now be offered in appealing and refreshing drinks.

The company will soon premier a unique line of all natural drinks that can help maintain cardiac health, ease muscle and joint inflammation, complement a weight loss program and provide consumers with the essential ingredients to help keep a body strong and healthy. Renewal's innovative NatureFormed(TM) process has enabled the creation of the first ever omega3 supplement drink, containing the 500 mg daily dose of fish oil as recommended by an American College of Cardiology study, in a good tasting and refreshing format. Fish oil contains the essential fatty acids EPA and DHA that the body cannot make itself, and so must be supplied by food or supplements.

The company has also created the first ever line of high clarity fitness waters containing CoQ10 and resveratrol. These powerful antioxidants help the body generate energy as well as protect the heart and immune system.

There are no comparable products on the market today.

Renewal Laboratories' patent pending process harnesses the natural power of molecular self assembly to transform normally fat soluble supplements into stable water soluble microparticles without using chemical additives. Other manufacturers add emulsifiers or detergents, such as polysorbate 80, or chemically modify the ingredient molecules, to increase water solubility. Moreover, competing technologies are rarely able to put enough desirable supplements into their products to make them nutritionally beneficial. Using only the highest quality ingredients, the Renewal products are low calorie, all natural, and can be certified organic.

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Renewal Laboratories

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