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Jaime Gagliardi Joins Theramedix As Northern California Executive & Enzyme Consultant

San Francisco – March 3, 2005 - Theramedix, a nutraceutical company that provides health care practitioners with pharmaceutical grade enzymes, announced today that Jaime Gagliardi has joined the Theramedix staff as their Northern California Account Executive and Enzyme Consultant.

“Jaime has the education as well as the personal experience with enzyme therapy to make her the perfect fit for this position,” said Kalyna Hanover, Director for Theramedix. “In addition to pursuing the study of enzyme therapy, she has successfully managed several of her own health challenges using enzymes. She will be an invaluable asset to the team in educating health care professionals about this top of the line product.”

Gagliardi is a certified Nutrition Educator, receiving her training at Bauman College in Berkeley California where she also served as a Teaching Assistant. Adding to her storehouse of knowledge and experience, she is currently pursuing certification as a Nutrition Consultant. She has worked in sales for the last several years.

She is available to train and service health care practitioners with this exciting product line.

Theramedix, a subsidiary of Enzymedica, manufactures and sells a premiere line of plant derived pharmaceutical grade enzymes to health care professionals. The product line has a proven, proprietary delivery system called Thera-blend,™ which guarantees the integrity and strength of each enzyme formula in all ph ranges. Theramedix offices are located in San Francisco. Go to to learn more.

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Constance St. John,
The St. John Group

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