American Biosciences Gives Away an 'iPod a day' at Expo West

Blauvelt, NY -March, 2005 -- American Biosciences, Inc., maker of ImmPower™, the first product to introduce America to AHCC, Japan’s best-selling natural killer (NK) cell function enhancement supplement, has announced three (3) winners whose names were drawn at the busy Expo West show March 18th to 20th, 2005. The company had one winner per day drawn from the hundreds of visitors to their booth, awarding each with an iPod®, an advanced technology listening device that allows individuals to store and enjoy thousands of songs in excellent clarity. Activity was extremely lively during all three days of the show; retailers not only demonstrated a keen interest in ImmPower, but all the dog lovers who attended responded to American BioSciences’ outstanding mobility formula for dogs, Dog Gone Pain (DGP).

Studies of prayer, meditation, laughing, smiling, and exercise all show that these activities can increase NK cell function by up to 50%, so it was by natural extension that a gift of music would also help in that regard: “Because of the fact that music and dancing are uplifting, and also help contribute to keep activity levels of NK cells up, we felt that giving away iPods was a natural complement to ImmPower’s health benefits,” stated David Wales, President & co-founder.

The three lucky iPod recipients are: Richard Jones, owner of Country Sun Natural Foods in Palo Alto, CA, Diane Lahodny of Campbell's Nutrition in Des Moines, Iowa, and Diane Mireles, at United Natural Foods in Auburn, WA.

American BioSciences’ ImmPower was the first supplement in the US to provide pure Active Hexose Correlated Compound (AHCC), with no other additives, and the industry knows to turn to this company as the experts on AHCC. “Two 500 mg capsules a day, plus exercise, laughter, and a bit of dancing, will go a long way to keeping people healthy and enjoying life,” says Wales. For more info, visit and call 888-884-7770.

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