Current Revatrol formulation has 100MG of actual resveratrol plus 95% OPCs
and three key antioxidants
BOCA RATON, Fla., Nov. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Revatrol's manufacturer, Renaissance Health Publishing, LLC, is disappointed and confused as to why ConsumerLab.com's recent study on red wine supplements analyzes an out-of-date formulation of Revatrol, and calls on the for-profit laboratory to remove the current information it portrays for Revatrol from its study and to retest Revatrol's current product, which has been on the market for more than nine (9) months.
"I vehemently object to the ConsumerLab.com comparative study of Revatrol, as its analysis is based on an out-of-date formulation that has been off the market for more than 9 months," says James DiGeorgia, CEO of Renaissance Health Publishing, LLC. "While that out-of-date formulation was superb, and accurately represented in our advertising, Renaissance Health Publishing, LLC has demanded that ConsumerLab.com remove Revatrol from its November 13, 2007 comparative study because it does not in any way accurately represent the current formulation of Revatrol.
"We recognize the fact that ConsumerLab.com has added a note to the study that points out that the Revatrol formulation tested is discontinued, but that's insufficient. The ConsumerLab.com study is still misleading and deceptive because they used a formulation of Revatrol that's nine months old and not the current formulation."
The truth about Revatrol, which ConsumerLab.com would have determined had it exercised adequate due-diligence and tested the current formulation, is that Revatrol contains:
-- 100MG of Actual Resveratrol
-- 100MG Alpha Lipoic Acid
-- 100MG Acetyl-L-Carnitine
-- 100MG Quercetin
In addition, based on the standards and measures used by
ConsumerLab.com, Revatrol currently delivers 100MG of actual resveratrol
for as little as 30 cents, plus contains a 95%
|SOURCE Renaissance Health Publishing, LLC|
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