Life USA, Inc.’s Enhanced Metabolics Introduces New Product for Joint Health

BOULDER, CO – 06/14/2006 – Life USA, Inc. (OTCBB: LFUI), a distributor of natural products based in Boulder, Colorado. Today announced the introduction of AgilFlexTM Joint Health Formula under the company’s Enhanced Metabolics brand. This combination of two proprietary, clinically backed ingredients features the antioxidant power of NKOTM (Neptune Krill Oil) from Neptune Technologies & Bioressources Inc. of Laval, Quebec, Canada, a current Enhanced Metabolics product offering, and the joint mobility complex SierraSil (registered trademark) of Sierra Mountain Minerals of Vancouver, Canada.

AgilFlex, a unique blend of ingredients from a high altitude mountain range and a remote ocean, is a fast-acting, safe, 100% natural formula that promotes joint mobility and an active lifestyle. NKOTM, a primary ingredient in AgilFlex, is a sustainable harvested, Antarctic Ocean-derived organism that is mercury-free, rich in Omega 3’s, and high in antioxidants and phospholipids. SierraSil, the other primary ingredient, is derived from a distinct, naturally-occurring mineral composite (found only in the high Sierra Mountains of Canada) that promotes joint mobility, flexibility, a healthy response to inflammation, and protects cartilage from breakdown.

“We are very excited to be able to offer these two special ingredients as one unique formula,” said Michael Schuett, Life USA President, “The ingredients in AgilFlex have demonstrated tremendous results with regard to promoting joint health, an issue everyone has to face regardless of their level of activity.” He added, “This formula is all about improving quality of life.”

AgilFlex is offered through, toll-free at 877.415.1900, and in select retail outlets. Enhanced Metabolics is a brand of Life USA, publicly traded under the ticker symbol LFUI.OB.

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