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2013-06-17 23:21:08

SoViva Naturals has introduced a new formulation of its bestselling Garcinia Cambogia Extract. This new and improved formula offers a superior potency and improved effectiveness. Dallas, Tx (PRWEB) June 17, 2013 SoViva Naturals has launched a new and improved version of its best selling Garcinia Cambogia Extract that offers improved potency and absorption. Garcinia Cambogia Extract has quickly become one of the most popular dietary supplements on the market today. Recent clinical studies...

2013-05-24 23:35:56

Sales of this latest diet craze have skyrocketed and SoViva Naturals is reporting sales have surged due to high demand. What makes this latest diet craze so interesting? Dallas, TX (PRWEB) May 23, 2013 The latest diet craze to hit the airways and social media is Acacia Powder or Acacia Fiber as it is sometimes known. After being featured on a national TV health and wellness show, demand for this soluble fiber has skyrocketed across the country as scores of people look for a solution to lose...

2013-04-14 23:02:52

Dietary Supplements Retailer Sozo Nutritionals is Now SoViva Naturals Dallas, Tx (PRWEB) April 14, 2013 Dietary supplement retailer SozoNutritionals.com has officially changed its name to SoViva Naturals and has launched a new website SoVivaNaturals.com. As part of its ongoing growth strategy Sozo Nutritionals has announced its re-branding and domain change in order to better position itself in the highly competitive natural health and dietary supplement industry. "This move allows us to...


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