BalanceDiet™ Company Introduces New "Supercritical Omega 3" Product to Market, to be Available at elements® Fitness Clubs
BalanceDiet™’s new Super Omega-3 Supplement Features Highly Concentrated EPA/DHA Fish Oil, and other market exclusives, is recognized as one of the highest quality omega three products on the market today. The product will be available at premier resellers, such as elements® fitness clubs.
Miami, FL - October 08, 2013 - (PR.com) - The BalanceDiet Company, a subsidiary of elements group, has announced the launch of a new exclusive super-critical puritifed Omega Three supplement. This highly-acclaimed product represents the top 1/100% in terms of quality and purity of the Omega three spectrum. Omega Three supplements are widely sought out by those seeking to improve their cardiac and overall health, and a super-pure product is the newest major development in this space.
BalanceDiet’s Super Omega Three is produced in Germany using a proprietary, supercritical carbon-dioxide extraction technology, which delivers a high concentration of the active ingredients in omega-3 fish oil: eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). Recent studies suggest that these nutrients support brain health and cardiovascular health.
The award-winning weight loss franchise brand, is expanding its line of premium diet and wellness products with Omega-3 and vitality products, which are available at BalanceDiet Centers and also online via BalanceDiet at home.
"Studies have consistently shown that omega-3 fatty acids provide numerous health benefits. In addition to supporting brain and heart health, DHA and EPA have also been shown to lower triglycerides, reduce inflammation, and lower blood pressure," explained Pam Powderly, Dietician. "At BalanceDiet, our goal is to help clients achieve total transformation. We offer a variety of natural highly effective supplements, and we felt that a medical-quality, omega-3 supplement was much needed in the market."
Powderly noted that BalanceDiet’s Super Omega Three supplements are produced with a supercritical carbon-dioxide extraction process that offers advantages not found in other fish oil brands. "By using carbon dioxide, rather than oxygen, to extract the fatty acids, it protects against microorganisms that require oxygen to survive," she elaborated. "In addition, the triglyceride form of fish oil we use is more easily absorbed than the ethyl esters in other brands. And perhaps the most important benefit is the high level of EPA and DHA in our product. While other fish oils typically contain only 30% omega-3 fatty acids, the highly concentrated fish oil we use provides at least 75% of these active ingredients."
Super Omega Three and other natural supplements are part of a comprehensive portfolio of BalanceDiet products and services. Among the company’s other offerings are custom meal planning, nutrition, and diet coaching; a robust online diet program; expert advice and tips; and related retail products that are available through a wide network of BalanceDiet Centers, and via BalanceDiet at home direct delivery.
Another key feature of the company's proven weight loss program is an interactive tracking tool accessible through the BalanceDiet online portal. Clients can track their weight-loss goals and dietary intakes, create meal plans, customize recipes, and more. When customers enter their food choices, the system automatically calculates calories, fat, protein, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals, and tallies each day’s total consumption. While this is valuable for monitoring caloric intake, it also allows users to see what percentage of vitamins and minerals they’re getting from food, and determine what additional supplements may be necessary to meet recommended daily allowances.
"Achieving your ideal weight and optimum health requires more than just cutting calories, fat, and carbs. You need to make sure you’re not missing out on important nutrients," said Powderly. "Our system allows users to track individual nutrients, like omega-3 content, in the vitamin and mineral ‘report card’ available on the meal planning page. Individuals should aim to score an ‘A’ for each vitamin and mineral. If their daily total is too low, users can click to see a list of recommendations, including foods high in those nutrients. Our ultimate goal is to help clients develop proper eating habits and good nutrition for a lifetime of health and wellness."
For more details on BalanceDiet – including locations, services, products, and franchise information, visit goBalanceDiet.com
For over 20 years, BalanceDiet has been helping clients meet and exceed their weight loss goals with its proven diet programs, award-winning product lines, and innovative client options such as their proprietary genetic test for weight loss. BalanceDiet ("The BalanceDiet Company") began in 1980 in Naples, Florida as Results Weight Loss. Known for personalized consulting and highly-effective weight loss plans, the company continued to grow throughout Florida, and was re-branded in 2010 to reflect a balanced approach to food, eating, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. BalanceDiet is a "Celebration of food and healthy lifestyles" and maintains affiliations with wellness and fitness experts, promoting a total healthy lifestyle.
BalanceDiet has locations throughout the US, internationally, as well as a popular "BalanceDiet at Home" home-based coaching program (coaching delivered via phone, test, or webcam) as well as product delivery direct to a client’s door. All of their plans and product bundles include personalized consulting, and client results are guaranteed with any of their programs.
BalanceDiet is a subsidiary of elements® group, Miami, FL.
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