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Can Resveratrol Make You Smarter?
Date:5/11/2010

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Biotivia pioneered the science of natural health supplement (http://www.biotivia.com/) design and development based upon evidence of efficacy and safety drawn from the company's own studies and trials and in collaboration with world renowned research organizations.

Biotivia presently supplies researchers, physicians and scientists employed at Harvard, Stanford, Yale, Georgetown, The Albert Einstein Medical Center, University of Texas, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, the University of California, and many others.

Biotivia is the first supplement manufacturer in the world to apply advanced "Active Packaging" technologies to its products to insure the highest level of freshness and potency even after the container is opened.

    It is also the first company to dramatically improve the bioavailability
of its products, especially its resveratrol (
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