Affiliate Program Launches for New Food Intolerance Market
PHOENIX – Naturally Vitamins announces the launch of an affiliate marketing program for their breakthrough formula for food intolerance. Histame™ is the first product in the United States and Canada that is clinically shown to regulate exogenous histamine levels, elevated by food intake, which can cause food intolerance.
It is estimated that up to 25% of the population suffers from food intolerance. Effects can range from common digestive problems including abdominal pain and spasms, diarrhea, constipation and flatulence, to facial flushing, headaches, nasal congestion, skin rash and itching.
“The internet is often the first port of call for many trying to discover what is causing the discomfort that mystifies their health care professionals,” says Meli Jelinic, President of Naturally Vitamins. “This is a great opportunity for affiliate marketers to not only earn money, but educate the public about this often misdiagnosed response.”
The Histame Affiliate Program highlights include:
- Earn minimum 15% commission on all orders placed online
- Retain earnings potential on reorders with a 45 day cookie
- Maximize your revenue with our customer newsletter designed to educate consumers, potentially increasing your sales
- Benefit from our 100% customer satisfaction return policy
- Utilize our dedicated team to answer all your questions and assist with marketing needs
For more than 35 years, Naturally Vitamins has been the industry leader in the use of nutritional enzyme preparations to help balance deficiencies connected to aging. Every Naturally Vitamins product is produced in the company’s state-of-the-art manufacturing facility using green technology, energy-saving equipment and recyclable/biodegradable materials. The manufacturing facility exceeds the current Good Manufacturing Practices guidelines.
Naturally Vitamins has worked aggressively to make Histame™ available to U.S. consumers after partnering with the creator’s development company Sciotec Diagnostic Technologies GmbH. The DAO enzyme was acknowledged in 2008 by the Food and Drug Administration as a New Dietary Ingredient (NDI).