PacificHealth Laboratories, Inc., a nutrition technology company, announced the resignation of two of its six directors effective June 30, 2010. The two directors, Adam Mizel and David Portman, have served the Company well but both are involved in activities that are occupying the bulk of their time and felt the decision-making aspects of the board at PHLI could be streamlined by reducing the members of the Board by a third.
Fred Duffner, President of PacificHealth Laboratories said, "PHLI has gained immeasurably from the advice and counsel of Adam and David and the Company is pleased to know both will be available to help the Company despite their departure from the Board of Directors."
About the Company:
PacificHealth Laboratories, Inc. (PHLI.OB), a leading nutrition technology company, has been a pioneer in discovering, developing and commercializing patented, protein-based nutritional products that stimulate specific peptides involved in appetite regulation and that activate biochemical pathways involved in muscle performance and growth. PHLI's principle areas of focus include weight loss, management of Type 2 diabetes and sports performance. To learn more, visit www.pacifichealthlabs.com.
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