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Ralph Oats' Wellness International Network Makes Sports-Certified Products Easier for Consumers and Athletes to Obtain

PLANO, TX -- (Marketwire) -- 02/06/13 -- Wellness International Network is making your favorite sports-certified products easily obtainable. Best known for its energy product Winrgy® and weight-maintenance line BioLean® System, Wellness International Network has results-oriented products in every category, including sports performance for endurance, joint health, focus and energy.

Wellness International Network founder Ralph Oats designed the company with the understanding that the products would benefit everyone. Wellness International Network has even gone the extra mile providing serious athletes the edge they crave without worry. For years, a number of products have been tested by Netherlands Security System Nutritional Supplements Top Elite Sports (NZVT); and more recently Wellness International Network also began testing Winrgy® Sugar-Free Citrus, Sugar-Free Winrgy® Pomegranate, Sure2Endure™ and WINOmeg3complex™ with the NSF Certified for Sport® program in the United States.

Products certified by both NZVT and NSF International's Certified for Sport® program test products on a batch basis, which are now available on Wellness International Network's online shopping cart, instead of only via manual orders. These products undergo a meticulous testing procedure to assure they're free of narcotics, stimulants, and steroids. Although all of Wellness International Network's products are made with the highest standards by pharmaceutical-grade manufacturers, there are particular rules and regulations for professional athletes when it comes to using nutritional supplements. "Quality and results have always been important to us," shares Ralph Oats, Founder of Wellness International Network. "Certifying our products for athletes is just another measure we take to provide the best products in the marketplace."

Wellness International Network works with NZVT and NSF International, and both organizations are effective in their efforts to assure athletes that dietary supplements with their certification are free of athletic banned substances and unsafe level of contaminants. With the certification, Wellness International Network's NSF Certified for Sport® and NZVT certified products have been utilized by professional athletes all over the world. Athletes like Ryan Drese, former MLB baseball player, Vince Rooi, MVP of the Dutch National Baseball team, and Renske Winters, two-time World Champion Speed Skater, have been incorporating Wellness International Network products such as Sure2Endure™, WINOmeg3complex™, Winrgy® and ProXtreme™ into their training regime and have become walking testimonies of the products.

"NSF International supports Wellness International Network to help eliminate steroids and other athletic banned substances in the marketplace, and we'll continue doing our part by certifying products athletes and consumers can take with confidence," said Ed Wyszumiala, NSF International's General Manager of Dietary Supplement Certification Programs.

Additionally to help athletes find NSF Certified for Sport® supplements, NSF developed an NSF Certified for Sport App enabling people to easily search NSF's list of certified products from an iPhone/iPad or Android phone.

When these specific products are purchased, they are accompanied with an NSF Certified for Sport® or NZVT label displaying the product's certification. This prestigious validation is just one example of how Wellness International Network fulfills founder Ralph Oats' dream of offering products of the utmost quality to its consumers. Wellness International Network has designed its products and opportunity to fulfill every individual's unique need whether it's mentally, physically or financially.

About Wellness International Network, Ltd. (WIN)
Founded in 1992 by Ralph Oats and his wife, Cathy, WIN operates in many countries throughout North America, Europe, Africa and Australia. A leader in transformational health and nutritional products, Wellness International Network, Ltd. is headquartered in Plano, Texas, with affiliates located in Hoofddorp, Holland; Johannesburg, South Africa; and Sydney, Australia. Management Team 500 Magazine has selected Wellness International Network as a Top 500 company for four years. WIN's Winrgy®, Sure2Endure™ and WINOmeg3complex™ hold respected certification from the NSF Certified for Sport® program as products considered safe for those needing to comply with anti-doping regulations. WIN Worldwide BV also participates in the Netherlands Security System Nutritional Supplements Top Elite Sports [NZVT] program with a number of our products white listed as safe for top athletes. For more information visit: www.nsfsport.com or www.necedo.nl/nzvt. WIN's products are listed in the Z-Index, a database of products associated with the public pharmacy, used by doctors, pharmacists, businesses and government. Learn more about why "It Pays to Live Well" at winltd.com.

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