A new licensing agreement with Nutrisorb LLC grants ForeverGreen Worldwide exclusive rights to the company’s prioprietary nutrition technology.
Utah-based ForeverGreen, a seller of whole-food supplements and other health products, will bring Nutrisorb technology to market in Prodigy-5, a forthcoming addition to its Xpress product line. The company describes Nutrisorb as a process that improves and optimizes the body’s absorption of key nutrients such as phytoplankton, antioxidants and vitamins.
“The biggest challenge in supplementation is the inefficiency of absorption,” said Ron Williams, CEO of ForeverGreen. “Meaning we are only as healthy as what we absorb, not merely what we ingest.”
The company aims to make supplementation more effective with its newly acquired technology. Nutrisorb is the result of a collaboration between ForeverGreen medical advisor Adam Saucedo, M.D., and Balamurali Ambati, Ph.D., M.D., who recently joined ForeverGreen’s Scientific Advisory Board. As part of the agreement, the doctors will provide education on the technology and Prodigy-5 to ForeverGreen Members.