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LifeVantage files $75M mixed securities shelf 14:1403/2503/25/20
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LifeVantage reports preliminary Q2 revenue $61M, one est, $64.09M » 09:2401/0901/09/20
LifeVantage President and…
LifeVantage President and CEO Darren Jensen said, "This is a significant watermark for us as a company, particularly on the heels of achieving our highest annual revenue in company history during fiscal 2019. Our continued sales growth reflects, in part, the positive reception to the launch of our Protandim NAD Synergizer and Protandim Tri-Synergizer. We are excited about how we're positioned as a leader in delivering innovative and effective nutrigenomics products as we enter the new decade."
LifeVantage opens for business in New Zealand » 08:4111/1211/12/19
LifeVantage Corporation has formally commenced business in New Zealand. Select LifeVantage products have been offered in New Zealand on a not-for-resale basis for approximately 18 months as part of the company's Global Customer Program, helping pave the way for the company to now open for distributor enrollments as well. New Zealand will initially offer Protandim Nrf1 Synergizer, Protandim Nrf2 Synergizer, ProBio probiotic supplement, TrueScience Skin Care System, and TrueScience Hair Care System.
LifeVantage launches Protandim NAD Synergizer at Elite Academy » 08:2810/0710/07/19
LifeVantage Corporation announced and launched an addition to its Protandim line of nutrigenomic products during the company's Elite Academy in Long Beach, Calif., over the weekend. The new product, known as Protandim NAD Synergizer, is the company's first such addition to the flagship line since the launch of Protandim Nrf1 Synergizer in 2016. Similar to how its predecessors in the product line activate the Nrf1 and Nrf2 pathways to boost mitochondrial function and antioxidant production respectively, Protandim NAD Synergizer has been specifically formulated to target the Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide molecule and NAD-dependent pathways to activate a class of proteins called sirtuins and, ultimately, increase sirtuin activity.