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Total Nutraceutical Solutions Launches Nutricosmetic

Total Nutraceutical Solutions, Inc. (TNS) has announced that the company has launched a nutricosmetic called Groh for the hair and nail salon industry. Groh is a proprietary combination of natural mushroom powders plus Vitamin D2 that has been shown to promote hair and nail growth. The Company has applied for the Groh trademark.

The Company revealed Groh on May 2, 2010 at the biannual internationally attended Intercoiffure America - Canada Spring Symposium held at the Fountainebleau Hotel, Miami Beach, Florida. TNS CEO, Marvin S. Hausman MD, attended this conference and gave a presentation entitled: "How Science Influences Beauty."

About Total Nutraceutical Solutions, Inc.:
Total Nutraceutical Solutions, Inc., a global leader in mushroom research and development, focuses on discovering, formulating and marketing products composed primarily of organic natural whole mushroom foods, containing bioactive nutrients, such as L-Ergothioneine and Vitamin D, with potential health benefits. Our scientific strategy is to specialize in the development of production and analytic technologies for food and nutritional supplements mainly composed of mushrooms and their mycelial biomasses. Novel clinical models and biomarkers are used to show nutritional and clinical efficacy of our products. In addition to our novel preventative healthcare formulations and nutritional approaches for a wide variety of human conditions and illnesses, we are also involved in the development, acquisition and ownership of breakthrough nutritional tools and products in the fields of animal husbandry and livestock feeds.

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