Kat James Lecture Highlights Nordic Naturals NNFA Events

Watsonville, California (May 25, 2005) Nordic Naturals, Inc. announced today that it will sponsor the following educational event at the NNFA trade show to be held in Las Vegas this July.

All NNFA attendees are cordially invited to attend a presentation by Kat James on July 15 from 5:45 to 6:45 pm in Room 605 at the Venetian Hotel. The talk entitled “The Truth About Beauty: The Extreme Natural Makeover without Extreme Measures” will offer insights on holistic ways to approach beauty, weight loss and body transformation. On July 16th, Kat will be signing her book, The Truth About Beauty at Nordic Naturals booth #841 from 12 noon to 2 pm. Copies will be available at no charge for retailers while supplies last. In addition, Nordic Naturals will be unveiling new product offerings and a special promotion for the show.

Kat James is a nationally renowned holistic beauty expert, celebrity makeup artist, writer, lecturer and health advocate. Her own transformation, program, and beauty advice have been featured in numerous major American fashion and teen magazines such as Ladies' Home Journal, O and Vogue as well as television shows such as MSNBC and Today. She is the founder of informedbeauty.com, a science-based resource dedicated to informing and facilitating better beauty and lifestyle choices.

Founded by husband-and-wife team Joar and Michele Opheim, Nordic Naturals is working to set exacting standards for freshness, purity, and taste in omega EFA supplements. The company offers over 30 different fish oil products and EFA blends, including liquids, capsules, and children's chewables. Involved in research and education, Nordic Naturals is the chosen brand for various clinical trials at accredited universities and research institutions. For more information, please visit www.nordicnaturals.com or call 800.662.2544.


Shari Hindman
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