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Grape Skin Extract Antioxidant

June 1, 2004
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RFI Ingredients introduced OxyPhyte[r] Grape Skin Extract, the latest addition to the company's line of OxyPhyte antioxidant products. The extract is a unique ingredient formulation standardized to 10% resveratrol and 40% proanthocyanadins. Resveratrol is the antioxidant compound found in red wine believed responsible for the low incidence of cardiovascular disease in wine-drinking European countries. Furthermore, RFI has reformulated its OxyPhyte Heart Blend to incorporate the benefits of its grape skin extract. Heart Blend now combines the heart-healthy benefits of apple and pomegranate polyphenols, green tea catechins and resveratrol from grape skin. RFI Ingredients, 845-358-8600

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