PacificHealth Laboratories, Inc. to Present at the LD MICRO Growth Conference

PacificHealth Laboratories, a leading sports nutrition company, is pleased to announce that CEO Jason Ash will present an update on the Company's progress, especially with its FORZE GPS(TM) appetite control bars and drinks, at the 2nd Annual LD MICRO Conference at the Luxe Hotel Sunset Blvd. in Los Angeles, on Thursday, December 3, 2009 at 8:30 a.m. (PST).

Chris Lahiji, the President of LD MICRO stated: "Being in sports and fitness over the years, I've had the displeasure of trying so many different bars, drinks, and nutritional supplements recommended to me by others. Products that cost an arm and a leg, do not work as advertised, and worse yet, taste awful. I am proud to announce that PacificHealth has finally ended my nutritional losing streak. Their FORZE GPS bars and drinks taste delicious and truly suppress my appetite. We are showcasing the product throughout the event, and I have no doubt that the people at the conference will become converts like me."

LD MICRO ( focuses on finding undervalued companies in the micro-cap space that are overlooked by institutional investors. Since 2002 it has published an annual list of recommended stocks, as well as independent reports throughout the year to its clients. 77 micro-cap companies from various growth industries are scheduled to present to several hundred institutional and private investors who specialize in the micro-cap space.

CEO Jason Ash stated: "I am delighted to present at the LD MICRO Conference and provide samples of FORZE GPS bars and drinks, including the new flavor bars, chocolate decadence and chocolate caramel. I am equally pleased that the FORZE GPS products are working so well for Chris." The bars, which are 150 calories, work like the 50 calorie drinks by using a patented combination of ingredients that stimulate the production of the gastric peptide cholecystokinin (CCK) that has been shown to activate the bodies hunger control mechanism. For more information about how FORZE GPS works and how to get it, please go to

Following the LD MICRO Conference, PHLI will be an exhibitor on December 4 and 5 at the Rock 'n' Roll Health & Fitness Expo at the Mandalay Bay hotel in Las Vegas. About 40,000 people are expected to attend the Expo, including over 20,000 runners who will be provided with goodie bags that contain a FORZE GPS bar. PHLI is the official bar of the Rock 'n' Roll Marathon series that is held in major cities each month. A schedule of the Expos and Marathons can be found at

About PacificHealth Laboratories, Inc.

PacificHealth Laboratories, Inc., is an innovative and leading sports nutrition company that focuses on marketing, developing, and selling premium nutrition products to active consumers seeking to improve their health and performance. Our brands and nutrition tools are segmented into three discreet platforms: rehydration/energy, recovery, and optimal racing weight and include FORZE GPS, the first scientifically proven appetite management tool created specifically for athletes. To learn more, visit

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