A popular supplement provider in North Bay, Ontario, has announced that they have a new dealer for their products. Ambrosia Natural Foods Thornhill will now be offering products from the Canadian based supplier of a number of products, including the very popular ISO XP New Zealand grass fed whey protein isolate.
The store states that it is thrilled to now be offering this line of products. The North Bay company first opened in 1979 and began selling dried goods, nuts and other snacks. From there, they grew into offering vitamins, natural foods and organic products. After 15 years in business, the owners moved their location to a larger one and opened a second location in 2013. Today, they offer a wide range of products that are designed for those looking to live healthier lifestyles. They state that they are pleased to now be providing the grass fed whey protein isolate and other products from the North Bay company.
John Messenger, a spokesperson for the supplement company says, “We are excited to be collaborating with this store. We have added quite a few Ontario based stores over the past few months in an effort to get our healthy lifestyle products out to the masses. We are very excited to see where this newest venture will take us.”
The company’s whey protein isolate can be seen on the Amazon marketplace at https://amzn.to/2RAe5YK. Messenger says that the product is superior to others for a number of reasons. He states that the dairy selected for the whey used in the product is only from grass fed cows that were never fed any GMO grains or filler chow. Messenger says that the company offers a video that further explains why grass fed is superior to grain fed.
“Those looking to really live a healthy lifestyle need to know that there are major differences in things like whey protein isolates,” says Messenger. “It is important to always find out where products are made and how they are made in order to ensure that one is getting the very best and healthiest version of the product. We always let our customers know how our products are derived and where they come from. We believe that this helps consumers to make a more informed choice regarding their health.”
Messenger says that XP Labs is dedicated to helping consumers to live their healthiest lifestyles. He states that their whey protein isolate helps with muscle gain, as well as weight loss because it contains conjugated linoleic acid. The isolate is also filled with certain nutrients including B vitamins, Vitamins E and D, magnesium, calcium, and others.
Messenger says that the ingredients for the whey protein are all natural and have never been exposed to genetic modification. The product uses Stevia for sweetness as opposed to other, less natural sweeteners. Messenger says that the whey protein isolate is their most popular product and can be purchased through the Amazon marketplace and now at a number of physical stores throughout Ontario, including their latest partner in Thornhill.
Those who are interested in learning more about Ambrosia Natural Foods can find more information on the company’s official website. Those interested in learning more about XP Labs and their whey protein isolate or any other product that they offer can visit them online, as well as on their official Amazon marketplace seller’s page. The company’s Amazon page also has a number of positive reviews that have been left for them by past customers, each offering an unbiased opinion of the products that they have tried. Messenger says that the company always welcomes customer feedback and encourages those who have never tried their products to read that feedback to learn more, or those who have questions can contact the company directly by phone or email. Messenger did not state whether any new collaborations with other natural food stores were in their future but did remark on the number of stores that have recently added their products to their shelves, saying that the company is thrilled with these new partnerships.
For more information about XP Labs, contact the company here:
40 Ferris Dr Unit 201, North Bay, ON P1B 8Z4