KEARNY, NJ., JAN. 24, 2007 – Pharmachem Laboratories, Inc., announced today it is supporting and promoting the newly published book, The Natural Fat-Loss Pharmacy, by Harry Preuss, MD, Georgetown University, and Bill Gottlieb, former editor-in-chief, Rodale books.
Published by Broadway Books, New York, NY, the book has received excellent reviews from alternative healthcare physicians and the media, alike.
“Dr. Harry Preuss and Bill Gottlieb have done a brilliant job in the Natural Fat-Loss Pharmacy—a well-researched book that offers sound scientific principles for weight management,” said Stephen T. Sinatra. MD and author.
Jean Carper, nutrition columnist for USA Weekend Magazine, said “Don’t fall for phony weight-loss pills. For the real truth about which supplements really work and are safe, read this book. You can trust Dr. Harry Preuss’ and Bill Gottlieb’s expertise, research, and advice on fighting fat 100%. I guarantee it.”
Mitch Skop, Pharmachem’s director of new product development, said “We hope The Natural Fat-Loss Pharmacy will demonstrate to consumers that there are credible, science-based, weight control supplements on the market.”
“This is an extremely important message for our industry to communicate in light of the recent negative press generated by the FTC fines of four weight loss firms.”
Pharmachem Labs has purchased several thousand of the books and will be distributing them to their customers to help educate retailers and consumers about safe and effective weight loss supplements.
Pharmachem’s Phase 2 Starch Neutralizer is mentioned prominently in the book’s chapter on Carbohydrate Inhibitors. Phase 2 recently become the first weight control ingredient to receive two FDA-accepted structure/function claims.
Pharmachem Laboratories, Kearny, NJ, develops, manufactures and supplies a variety of high-quality, efficacious ingredients for the dietary supplement and food industries. Ingredients are manufactured under the strictest quality control in accordance with cGMP standards. For more information, log-on to www.phase2info.com; or call 1-800-526-0609.
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