Healthy Origins Hosts Immune System Education Book Signing

Pittsburgh, PA March 2, 2008 Healthy Origins is proud to announce an upcoming book signing by prominent industry researcher Dr. Larry Robinson. The autograph session will be held at booth #1011 at this week's Natural Products Expo West in Anaheim, California, representing leading immune category ingredient EpiCor®. Barry Eby, President, Healthy Origins® stated “The newly introduced science behind this ingredient is compelling and a must read for the retailer interested in learning the most up to date information on both the revolutionary EpiCor® ingredient and immune health in general”.

Dr. Larry Robinson, Ph.D. Embria’s VP of Scientific Affairs will be signing complimentary copies of his new book, “The Key to a Healthy Immune System”. EpiCor is an all-natural, high-metabolite immunogen designed to modulate and balance the human immune system. Recent published studies indicate clinically significant results supporting its role as an increasingly important year round supplement. Dr. Robinson will be available Friday March 6th and Saturday March 7th from 2 to 3 p.m. each day at booth #1011. Dr. Robinson has been a respected researcher and industry expert for over 25 years in the nutraceutical, pharmaceutical and food ingredient industry.

About Healthy Origins:
Healthy Origins is a Pittsburgh-based manufacturer of nutritional supplements. Its products are developed with its own custom formulations and are manufactured with strict compliance with the U.S. Pharmacopoeia guidelines. Its quality control standards exceed those required by any government agency, assuring that its products are the most potent nutritional products available today. Healthy Origins is the only company that not only partners with branded ingredient suppliers but also places the brand on the front of the label and not hidden on the back or in marketing material.

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