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High Demand for Purified Omega-7 Oil Expected After Recent Media Attention
Date:12/18/2013

Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) December 18, 2013

BestHealth Nutritionals is anticipating especially high demand for their bestselling heart supplement, Provicor, after recent media attention was given to Provicor’s key ingredient – purified omega-7 oil.

This week, the new heart breakthrough, Omega-7 oil, was featured on the Dr. Oz Show as well as the Today Show. Dr. Oz didn’t mention Provicor by name as he rarely endorses specific products, however, he called omega-7 oil “the biggest health trend for 2014.” Right now, few supplement makers carry the purified version of omega-7 oil, and Provicor is the only supplement that includes purified omega-7 oil as part of a comprehensive heart formula. As a result, BestHealth Nutritionals is expecting to witness the “OZ Effect” take hold and experience especially high demand for Provicor over the next several weeks. Non-purified versions of omega-7 oil are readily available but they contain a dangerous saturated fat called palmitic acid, which is removed by more than 99% in the purified omega-7 oil that BestHealth Nutritionals sells.

The natural health world has witnessed the Oz Effect time and again. For example, when Dr. Oz touted the use of the Neti Pot, sales rose by 12,000%. Only time will tell how strong the demand for purified omega-7s will be but BestHealth Nutritionals should have enough inventory to supply the expected demand for Provicor, even though getting purified omega-7 oil isn’t a fast process. The oil is derived from deep sea anchovies off the coast of Chile. However, Provicor is already a bestseller so BestHealth Nutritionals already keeps inventory levels high.

BestHealth Nutritionals creates high-quality nutritional supplements with the guidance of Dr. Mark Stengler. Their supplements are available to Dr. Stengler’s patients at his clinic as well as through their website,

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