Next Pharmaceuticals To Host Seditol® VendorWorks

A Novel Ingredient that Targets the Primary Cause of Sleeplessness

Next Pharmaceuticals will host a SSW VendorWorks seminar on Seditol®, the new patented proprietary botanical that addresses the root cause of sleeplessness. The seminar will be held on Friday November 11 at 3:00 p.m. in Room 204. The featured speaker is Dr. Jim LaValle of the Living Longer Institute of Cincinnati, OH. Dr. LaValle will focus on the primary cause of sleeplessness in healthy adults and his latest clinical trial results. LaValle will also highlight how lack of sleep leads to aging, weight gain and other potentially debilitating health issues.

Dr. LaValle founded the Living Longer Institute in 2002. His goal was to revolutionize personalized healthcare by identifying problems early, when a disease or illness can be more easily managed. The institute has built its reputation on going far beyond the standard yearly exam many people rely on to gauge their health. Living Longer uses the highest technology in imaging (MRI and CT scans), combined with a detailed radiological assessment. The organization also provides comprehensive metabolic and nutritional evaluations.

Dr. LaValle's experience ranges from extensive clinical practice, product design and formulation, and technology transfer, to author, educator, and media personality. He maintains a practice at Good Samaritan Hospital's Tri-Health Integrative Medicine Center and is currently Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Cincinnati College of Pharmacy and Professor of Pharmacology at Central States College of Health Sciences School for Naturopathy. LaValle has been involved with natural medicine for the past fifteen years and is a nationally recognized figure in the field of natural therapeutics.

Next Pharmaceuticals, Inc. is a research and development company that markets its patented or patent-pending ingredients such as Relora®, Nexrutine®, Seditol® and Citri-Z™ to food, beverage, and dietary supplement companies seeking differentiation and a marketing edge with their healthy living products.


Deanne Dolnick

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