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Dr. Harry Preuss to Address “Globesity” at IFT EXPO

KEARNY, NJ, JUNE 17, 2008—Harry G. Preuss, M.D., professor, Georgetown University Medical Center, will discuss: “Globesity: A New Burden for the New Millennium,” June 29, 4:05 p.m. to 4:25 p.m. at the IFT Annual Meeting and Food Expo in New Orleans. The announcement was made by Pharmachem Laboratories, Inc., booth #5311, who is co-sponsoring his lecture.

Dr. Preuss is a respected researcher, and author of The Natural Fat Loss Pharmacy, which highlights a variety of natural supplements for weight control that are supported with scientific studies, including Pharmachem’s Phase 2 Carb Controller® (known as StarchLite™ in the food industry.

“The epidemics of obesity and diabetes are serious interrelated health problems because of the various chronic maladies associated with them,” said Preuss. “However, unlike many previous epidemics, there are safe means to prevent or, at least, ameliorate these disorders and their serious consequences.”

According to Mitch Skop, director of new product development for Pharmachem, “We’re very pleased to sponsor a researcher of Dr. Preuss’ caliber. His presentation will offer some great insights into the worldwide problem of obesity and how to address it.”

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; or call 1-800-526-0609.

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