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LeRoy International to launch 3 dietary supplements in India

Written by: Staff

Bangalore, Mar 29 (UNI) LeRoy International, the Malaysia-based nutritional products marketing company, today announced that it will soon introduce three dietary supplement products in the Indian market through network marketing.

Talking to newspersons here, company CEO Edward Khoo said the three products -- 3R FLEX, Bio Chlorella and 3R VIKI Prune -- were popular in Asia-Pacific and European countries. India was a major market due to a competitive business environment and fast changing Indian lifestyle, which had left people with little time and lot of stress, besides various nutritional deficiencies.

He said 3R Flex was a nutritional drink premix, consisting of Collagen Hydrolysate with a combination of minerals, calcium, magnesium and vitamins. Clinical trials have shown that Collagen Hydrolysate penetrated into the body to rebuild cartileges within 12 hours. India was the third largest market for a product of this kind as according to WHO, which had declared 2000-2010 as 'the decade of Bones and Joints', over 68 per cent of people in the country were suffering from bones and joints related problem.

Mr Khoo said 3R Bio Chlorella, an agent of blood cleanser and detoxifier, was the world's only bioactive and bio-contaminant free Chlorella. The 3RVIKI Prune was the most natural quality prune extract for active growing children. It also benefitted people with constipation, irregular menstruation, anaemia, people undergoing colon surgery, pregnant women, teenagers and the elderly.

He said LeRoy International, which had earned over 25 million US Dollars last year, was presently working on getting clearance from the Indian authorities for marketing its products and exuded confidence that by May-end the company's products would be formally launched in the country.


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