PacificHealth Laboratories, Inc. Announces Acquisition of STRONG Research Corp.

MATAWAN, N.J.--Dec. 22, 2003--PacificHealth Laboratories, Inc. (OTCBB: PHLI - News), an innovative nutrition technology company, reported today that it has acquired all the outstanding shares of STRONG Research Corp. ("STRONG"), a research-based educational sports nutrition company, in exchange for shares of PHLI common stock. Currently STRONG does not have any material revenues but is actively involved in the scientific education of athletes on proper nutrition utilizing leading Ph.D.-level scientists in sports nutrition. Assets acquired include certain intellectual properties that we expect to be useful in the marketing of sports nutrition products. Greg Horn, a Director of PHLI, is the principal shareholder of STRONG and will continue as an advisor to STRONG/PHLI.
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PacificHealth Laboratories, Inc., Matawan, NJ, was founded in 1995 to develop and commercialize functionally unique nutritional products for sports nutrition, weight loss and Type 2 diabetes. To learn more about PacificHealth Laboratories, Inc., visit;;

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