Swiss Firm Amazentis' Supplement With Urolithin A For Age-Related Muscle Decline Debuts In US
Nestle-backed Amazentis says clinical studies show its Timeline Cellular Nutrition delivers “significant” improvement in muscle strength after four months and delivers six times more urolithin A than pomegranate juice. Direct-to-consumer sales currently are available only in the US.
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