PATENT INFORMATION

Jeff Rasley

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At LifeVantage, obtaining and protecting intellectual property rights, through patenting our products, is of paramount importance to us and a strategic necessity to protect your business.

Why is it important to patent a product?

​The Importance of Patents. A patent is an exclusive right granted by a country to an inventor, allowing the inventor to exclude others from making, using or selling his or her invention in that country during the life of the patent.

Why would you need a patent?

A patent is a right granted by a government to an inventor. It gives the inventor the exclusive right, for a limited period, to stop others from making, using or selling the inventor's product without the permission of the inventor. When a patent is granted, the invention becomes the property of the inventor.

The Importance of Patents:  It Pays to Know Patent Rules - MIT Article

U.S. Patents - Click on individual patent links below for full descriptions.

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US Patent 9,265,808

Compositions for alleviating inflammation and oxidative stress in a mammal

US Patent 8,435,574

Compositions for alleviating inflammation and oxidative stress in a mammal

US Patent 8,221,805

Compositions for alleviating inflammation and oxidative stress in a mammal

US Patent 7,923,045

Compositions for alleviating inflammation and oxidative stress in a mammal

US Patent 7,579,026

Methods for enhancing antioxidant enzyme activity and reducing c-reactive protein levels

US Patent 7,384,655

Preparation of compositions to alleviate inflammation and oxidative stress in a mammal

US Patent 7,241,461

Compositions for alleviating inflammation and oxidative stress in a mammal