Integrity Nutraceuticals To Reveal New Research on Cinnulin PF(R) at SupplySide West

SARASOTA, FL, October 10, 2005 - Integrity Nutraceuticals International will disclose specific results surrounding recently concluded clinical research on the company's patented water extract of cinnamon ingredient, Cinnulin PF, at the SupplySide West International Trade Show and Conference in Las Vegas, NV, November 9 - 11, 2005.

Dr. Tim Ziegenfuss, CEO, Ohio Research Group will present "Revealing New Research on Cinnulin PF and Weight Loss - The Real Cinnamon Extract," on Thursday, November 10, 2005, from 2:00 - 2:50 p.m. in the Bellini Ballroom room 2002, at the Venetian Hotel and Sands Expo. During the presentation, Dr. Ziegenfuss will highlight findings of his recently completed placebo-controlled, double blind clinical trial on Cinnulin PF, specifically discussing its effect on glucose regulation, lipid profiles and overall body composition.

Integrity will also have a scientific poster entitled "Effects of a Proprietary Aqueous Cinnamon Extract on Glucose Regulation, Lipid Profiles and Body Composition in Pre-Diabetic Men and Women." The poster will be displayed at the registration area at the Venetian Hotel and Sands Expo throughout the conference. On Friday, November 11, 2005, from noon - 1:00 p.m., Dr. Ziegenfuss will be present at the poster display for a one-on-one question and answer session.

Additionally, an Elvis impersonator will be on hand to promote Integrity's "Get Real Š Accept No Substitutes Š Ask for Cinnulin PF" advertising campaign and to raise awareness of the company's presence at the show.

Please visit Integrity's booths (4117 and 4119) at the show. For more information or to set up a meeting with Dr. Ziegenfuss or Integrity contact Courtney Jacobs at (801) 538-0777 or [email protected].

About Cinnulin PF
Cinnulin PF is the only cinnamon extract standardized for the recognized active component in cinnamon, double-linked Type-A Polymers. Cinnulin PF has been shown to promote glucose metabolism in individuals with pre-diabetes and improve body composition. Researchers, including the USDA, studying the insulin potentiating role of cinnamon have noted that when consumed consistently or in high doses, whole cinnamon and fat-soluble extracts may be toxic. Cinnulin PF, a 20:1 extract, retains the active components found in cinnamon without the potentially harmful compounds, making it safe for every day use.

About Integrity Nutraceuticals International Integrity Nutraceuticals International (INI), founded in 1999, is a global raw material supplier of bulk nutraceuticals. They import only the finest materials from China and India and specialize in custom formulations. INI's focus is to introduce innovative ingredients into the market based on science and research. Their inventory consists of a wide variety of products including: amino acids, creatine, sports enhancing supplements, joint and heath care items, specialty items and herbs. INI's products are verified analytically in their state-of-the-art in-house laboratory equipped with HPLC, FT-NIR, Microbial and heavy metals testing.

About Dr. Tim Ziegenfuss
Tim N. Ziegenfuss, Ph.D., is chief executive officer of The Ohio Research Group of Exercise Science and Sports Nutrition. He is a nationally recognized author, speaker and researcher with expertise in exercise physiology, nutrition, dietary supplements and sports performance. Dr. Ziegenfuss is a fellow of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, a certified strength and conditioning specialist and has recently been appointed chair of the exercise physiology and sports nutrition program at the Huntington College of Health Sciences. Dr. Ziegenfuss earned his undergraduate degree (magna cum laude) in Health Sciences from Lock Haven University and his graduate degrees in Exercise Physiology from Purdue (M.S.) and Kent State (Ph.D.). A dynamic speaker, Dr. Ziegenfuss is regularly invited to lecture at corporate seminars, universities and national and international conferences.

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