New stress-reducing product may save your life!

All-natural milk protein has been clinically shown to be as effective as prescription drugs in reducing stress, anxiety and lowering elevated blood pressure levels.

Cottonwood, Arizona – June 4, 2002 - Stress is a leading trigger for cardiovascular disease and stroke, America’s first and third highest killers, respectively. A new, all- natural product based on a milk protein that is a tryptic peptide called tryptozen has been clinically shown to reduce stress and anxiety better than the leading prescription drugs, lower blood pressure and cortisol levels (a key indicator of heart disease) and help with sleeplessness…without the harmful side effects of prescription drugs.

Scientists, after isolating the milk protein responsible for the calming effect that warm milk has on a baby, put this milk protein through double-blind clinical studies, first on animals and then humans with excellent results. These studies showed that this milk protein reduced anxiety and stress up to 17% better than Diazepam (the leading anxiety pharmaceutical) without the commonly associated side effects--amnesia, possible addiction and tolerance buildup.

During the physical stress tests, called a Cold Pressor test, results in the control group revealed that systolic blood pressure increased by 27%, while diastolic blood pressure increased by 31%. The milk peptide group showed a 23% and 24 % increase respectively. Once again, blood pressure was lower by 4 and 7 percent, respectively.

In the same studies, the herbs Kava-kava and St. John’s Wort showed no decrease in anxiety or stress levels.

CNR, Incorporated is dedicated to natural health and education. CNR reviews ongoing research in the nutraceutical area, and summarizes critical findings in a variety of published mediums, including books, newsletters, and their quarterly publication, Vital Health News. The company is headquartered in Cottonwood, Arizona. For more information, please visit our web site at

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