Embria Conducting Free Webcast on New Immune System Health Ingredient

Event to Highlight EpiCor(tm), Forerunner in High-Metabolite Immunogen Category

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa, July 5, 2006 --- Embria(tm) Health Sciences, a raw material manufacturer of science-backed natural ingredients for the human nutrition market, is presenting a free webcast, "The Role of High-Metabolite Immunogens in Immune System Health," on Tuesday, July 11 at 2 p.m. EST (11 a.m. PST). The webcast will explore high- metabolite immunogens, the latest category in the immune health industry, and discuss EpiCor, Embria's new immune health ingredient.

Researcher Alexander G. Schauss, Ph.D., will share the extensive science on high-metabolite immunogens and how EpiCor is taking a new approach to traditional methods of maintaining wellness and preventing illness.

"This webinar is a convenient way for industry members to get up-to- speed on EpiCor, an ingredient we see as being an amazing addition to the immune health marketplace," said Paul Faganel, Embria Health Sciences president. "Participants will not only hear the supporting science behind how high-metabolite immunogens affect the immune system, but how this new category is impacting the industry as a whole."

Embria's premier webcast is a live, interactive presentation produced and moderated by Functional Foods & Nutraceuticals and New Hope Natural Media. It will include a company backgrounder, an animated outline of relevant scientific research and an interactive e-mail Q&A session. To register for the event, please visit the Embria Health Sciences Web site, www.embriahealth.com or the Functional Foods & Nutraceuticals site, www.ffnmag.com.

Embria Health Sciences combines science and nature to bring high- quality, research-based natural ingredients to the global human nutrition market. Embria's key products are manufactured using a proprietary technology, which produces vital metabolites that deliver nutritional benefits and support increased bioavailability. Embria holds Nutrition Business Journal's 2005 product merit award for its selenium ingredient, eXselen(tm) and recently launched a new immune health ingredient, EpiCor(tm).

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