Daily Health, Teas, Fish Oils & EFAs, Multivitamins/Minerals, Minerals, Herbs, Fiber & Digestion, Calcium, Amino Acids, Letter Vitamins, Other
You try your best to lead a healthy lifestyle - you eat plenty of fruits and vegetables, exercise, monitor portion sizes, and read nutrition labels before purchasing foods. But nutrition labels can be overwhelming and confusing, especially when the nutrition info on the back of the label seems to conflict with health claims, such as light or natural, that are made on the front of the label. Don’t fall for these sales gimmicks – we’ve broken down each section found on nutrition labels and created tips to help you eliminate the guesswork so that you can compare the facts for yourself.
Serving size. The first items you’ll see listed on nutrition labels are the serving size, and the number of servings per container. Be sure to check the serving size on food items; You may be surprised to find that your favorite “snack size” treat actually contains more than one serving per container, leading you to consume more calories than you think. Fortunately, serving sizes are standardized to make it easier to compare similar foods and make the best choice for you. If you know that you typically consume twice the serving size of a particular food, take that into account when comparing food labels and making a selection. Because while you are doubling the nutrients you consume, you are also doubling the calories and fat.
Calories. Next on the label you’ll find listings for the number of calories as well as how many of those calories come from fat. Many Americans consume more calories and fat than they need while consuming insufficient amounts of key nutrients. Though caloric needs vary from person to person, your calories from fat should be between 20-35% of your daily calorie intake.
Nutrients. The nutrients listed first on nutrition labels are ones that we typically get enough or too much of, and should be limited. They are: fat, saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, and sodium. Identifying these nutrients on food labels can help you to make healthier food choices. Health experts recommend that intake of saturated fat, trans fat (which is found in most processed foods) and cholesterol be as minimal as possible. Lower down on nutrition labels, you’ll find nutrients that are important to consume in sufficient amounts, but which many Americans don’t. They are: dietary fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium and iron.
Percent Daily Value (% Daily Value or %DV). The % Daily Value tells you what percentage of the recommended daily intake a food item provides for a particular nutrient. The percentage is based on a 2,000 calorie diet. % Daily Value is useful in helping you determine if you are getting enough of certain nutrients, and can tell you whether a certain food is high or low in particular nutrients. If a food contains 5% or less of the Daily Value, it is considered low in that nutrient. If it contains 20% or more of the Daily Value, it is considered high in that nutrient.
The footnote. Have you ever noticed the asterisk that appears next to % Daily Value on nutrition labels? The asterisk refers to the footnote at the bottom, which tells you that the % Daily Value is based on a 2,000 calorie diet. However, larger nutrition labels will tell you more than that – they will tell you the daily recommended intake for fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, sodium, carbohydrates and dietary fiber, based on a 2,000 calorie diet as well as a 2,500 calorie diet. Nutrients that have an upper daily limit – total fat, saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium – appear first on the footnote. You should try to consume less than the daily value for these nutrients. Nutrients with a lower limit – total carbohydrates and dietary fiber – indicate that you should try to consume at least the recommended daily value.
Daily One Age-Defense Telomere Multi™ Nominated in the Health and Pharmaceuticals New Product Category for Its Unique Benefits and Performance
NEW YORK - August 18, 2014 - Twinlab Corporation, a trusted leader for innovative, high performance health and wellness products, was named a finalist on March 8 in the New Product or Service of the Year category in the 2014 American Business Awards and will ultimately be a gold, silver or bronze Stevie® Award winner in the program. The American Business Awards is the nation's premier business awards program. Finalists were announced at the ABA's traditional banquet on Friday, June 13 in Chicago and the new product and technology awards event on Friday, September 12 in San Francisco.
More than 3,300 nominations from organizations of all sizes and in virtually every industry were submitted this year for consideration in a wide range of categories. Twinlab Corporation is nominated in the New Product or Service category in the health and pharmaceuticals industry for its Twinlab® Daily One Age-Defense Telomere Multi™ product.
Product Formulator Gene Bruno says, "We are very proud of the cutting-edge science that went into the formulation our Twinlab® Daily One Age-Defense Telomere Multi and believe it is the perfect multivitamin to provide antioxidant support to help protect against premature cellular aging, for baby-boomers and beyond. We're thrilled to be nominated for this prestigious award and are eager for the winners to be announced."*
Twinlab's Daily One Age-Defense Telomere Multi is a multivitamin with no added artificial colors, flavors, sweeteners and preservatives that provides antioxidant protection against premature cellular aging. It contains clinically tested nutrients that may help maintain telomere length, which in turn helps to protect DNA. The antioxidants in this innovative formula also may help to reduce UV-induced skin aging and may help improve some measures of younger looking skin. The addition of B vitamins helps to support some measures of healthy memory performance in older adults, as well as energy production.*
Since its launch in 2013,Twinlab's Daily One Age-Defense Telomere Multi was named as one of Function Ingredients' “Hot Supplement Trends of 2013-2014,” was deemed a Supply Side Multivitamin/Mineral Finalist, and has been Twinlab's second best selling new product in the last two years. The development of Twinlab's Daily One-Age Defense Telomere Multi was headed by Gene Bruno, MS, MHS. Gene is the Dean of Academics for Huntington College of Health Sciences and also the Director of Category Management for Twinlab. Gene has two undergraduate diplomas in Nutrition, a Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Nutrition, as well as Graduate and Master's diplomas in Herbal Medicine.
Finalists were chosen by more than150 business professionals nationwide during preliminary judging in April and May. More than 150 members of several specialized judging committees determined Stevie Award placements from among the finalists during final judging, which took place May 13-22.
Twinlab Corporation is a leading manufacturer and marketer of high quality, science-based, nutritional supplements and sports nutrition products. Since 1968, the Twinlab brand has manufactured and marketed nutritional supplements in both the vitamin and sports nutrition categories. In addition to its namesake brand, Twinlab Corporation also manufactures and sells other well-known category leaders including the Metabolife® line of diet and energy products; Twinlab Fuel® line of sports supplement products; Alvita® teas, established in 1922 as a single-herb tea line; Trigosamine® joint support products as well other health and wellness brands. Twinlab's manufacturing facility in American Fork, Utah is an NSF GMP registered facility. Twinlab also runs a scientific and regulatory facility in Grand Rapids, Michigan; and has its corporate headquarters in New York, NY. Visit www.twinlab.com for more information.
About the Stevie Awards
Stevie Awards are conferred in five programs: The American Business Awards, The International Business Awards, the Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards, the Stevie Awards for Women in Business, and the Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Service. A sixth program, the German Stevie Awards, will debut later this year. Honoring organizations of all types and sizes and the people behind them, the Stevies recognize outstanding performances in the workplace worldwide. Learn more about the Stevie Awards at www.StevieAwards.com.
• Certified organic
Native to North America, the hardy and tangy-tasting cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) was a dietary mainstay for Native Americans and early American settlers long before it became a Thanksgiving table staple. A popular ingredient in sauces, relishes and jellies, cranberry is also commonly brewed into a tea that is enjoyed by many for its numerous benefits and zesty, refreshing flavor.
Alvita Cranberry Tea is made with premium-quality, organic cranberry fruit, and produces a rich ruby color with a tart fruity flavor and aroma.
Place one tea bag in a cup and add 8 oz of boiling water. Cover and steep for 12 minutes. Gently squeeze tea bag and remove.
We recommend 2 cups daily.
Size/Count: 24 Tea bags
If you are pregnant or nursing, taking any medication or have any medical condition, consult a health care professional before use. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
Proudly manufactured in our NSF® GMP registered facility.