LTP's Chief Scientific Officer Asked to Serve as Expert Columnist in Popular Industry Trade Magazine

Laguna Niguel , CA -January 15, 2004 Dr. Gina L. Nick, Chief Scientific Officer and Co-Founder of Longevity Through Prevention, Inc. (LTP) was recently invited to maintain a column in the popular trade magazine, Nutraceuticals World . Her first article will be published in the March 2004 issue. The column focuses on ways to effectively capture the healthcare practitioner market. The column is entitled “Healthcare Practitioner Marketing.” Says Nick, “I am honored to serve the industry with the knowledge we [LTP] have gained about how to capture the growing practitioner market and how to properly relate to and educate this captive audience- a market that offers the most potential for growth in our industry.” She adds to that, “Working as a consultant for the past ten years in this industry, coupled with my professional background as a healthcare practitioner myself, I often say I have the mind of a researcher/marketer with the heart of a practitioner. I think the pair serves as a nice balance as I work with our consultants to offer our clients the results they are looking for. We have a knack for figuring out exactly what each of our clients needs to do to gain a share in this market and then we execute. We are masters at executing our solutions rapidly and cost-effectively.”

Nutraceuticals World , published by Rodman Publishing, is the premier trade publication serving the needs of dietary supplement, functional food and nutritional beverage manufacturers worldwide. The publishing office/headquarters may be reached at (201) 825-2552, via e-mail at: [email protected] or online at .

About Longevity Through Prevention

Longevity Through Prevention, Inc. is a business-to-business consulting firm that offers turnkey research, training, marketing, sales, technology and business solutions to the pharmaceutical and natural products industry. Visit LTP online at

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