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Premier Quality

Ingredient Testing

Premier Research Labs ("PRL") conducts scientific laboratory testing of every incoming container of raw material and all finished products, as well as state-of-the-art Quantum Reflex Analysis (QRA™) 4-Polarity testing of all ingredients. PRL has pioneered the use of QRA™ 4-Polarity testing to ensure the customer is con­sistently getting the best quality worldwide. In addition, we use the most ad­vanced lab equipment and test methods, including HPCS (High Performance Crystal Spectroscopy) to assure the reliability of every ingredient and to scan for many contaminants that other companies typically may not test.

Every single container of incoming raw material is tested with this state-of-the-art photoluminescent technol­ogy. This ensures all raw materials fall in our selected “circle of confidence” and are free of contaminants. Other companies typically only randomly check raw materials for purity.

At PRL, we have over 20 years of thorough product testing and research to ensure that you receive only the very best “Nu­trition That Really Works”®. Our elabo­rate testing methods are designed to produce absolutely reliable and con­sistent nutrient identity in all prod­ucts — quality you can count on for all your patients, day in and day out.

Violite® Containers - An Industry 1st

PRL created an industry first with the development of unique, first-of-its-kind Violite® bottles to assure maximum protection of our ingredients. Violite® is our patent-pending, dark violet-colored, PET plastic bottle engineered to block the light frequencies from 450-720 nanometers, which create radiation damage to ingredi­ents. In addition, PRL protects its prod­ucts from tampering with foil induction seals and shrink seals.

Manufacturing at the Quantum Level

PRL is a primary manufacturer that offers a full professional line of premier nutritional products and foods. Our state-of-the-art manufacturing facil­ity located in Austin, Texas, is an FDA regulated facility that operates under current GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) guidelines. Our products are man­ufactured in rooms with controlled temperature and conditions. Before each production run, our manufacturing equipment is cleaned, sanitized, and released by an experienced quality control team. In addition, PRL strives to excel in state-of-the-art bioenergetic analysis and implementation. We offer periodic tours for practitioners to inspect our world-class facilities.

Worldwide Distribution

PRL distributes its nutritional supplements exclusively to qualified health pro­fessionals. PRL has distributors throughout the world, including Eu­rope, New Zealand, Taiwan, China, South Africa and the Middle East.

A GMP Registered Facility

For many years, PRL has had a quality control program for the manufacturing of our nutritional supplements that is unparalleled in the nutri­tion industry, where we test literally every single incoming raw material container to guarantee you uncompromised quality. With new FDA require­ments that all nutritional supplement manufacturers must comply with GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) standards. NSF is one of the most respected independent certifying organizations in the world. With a great team and a lot of hard work, our entire manufacturing facility is now an GMP registered facility.


What Are Excipients?

Excipients are binders, fillers and "“glues"” that are typically non-nutritive substances in nutritional products.

Would you want to consume anything that is not nutritive?

We believe it is unnecessary to take nutritional products that have questionable, potentially harmful, non-nutritive excipients.

Please note: Tablets ALWAYS contain excipients (that is how they are made; they cannot be made without them); therefore, we believe the best choice is to avoid nutritional products as tablets.

Just a few examples of questionable excipients commonly found in nutritional products:

Magnesium stearate — a cheap lubricating agent; research shows it to be immune-compromising

Methyl paraben — a benzoate family member; a known cancer-causing agent

Microcrystalline cellulose — a cheap filler

Silicon dioxide — a cheap flowing agent (common sand)

Methacrylic copolymer — methacrylic acid, a component of the methacrylic acid copolymer

Triethyl citrate — a plasticizer

Titanium dioxide — used for color

Corn starch — typically made from cheap genetically modified corn; can invoke allergic responses

Talcum powder — a common excipient rarely listed on product labels; a suspected carcinogen

Other Questionable but Common Tableting and Encapsulating Agents:

  • D&C red #33
  • Hydroxypropyl cellulose
  • Methyl p-hydroxybenzoate
  • Methylparaben
  • Propylparaben
  • Polyethylene glycol
  • Propyl p-hydroxybenzoate
  • Sodium metabisulfite
  • Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose
  • Red ferric oxide-orange shade
  • Sodium acetate
  • Eudragit


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