NORTH BERGEN, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 1, 2002--
Weekly Show Launches in Los Angeles on KLSX-FM on
Saturday, November 2nd at 7:00 AM
The Vitamin Shoppe,(R) a privately held retail company specializing in the sale of vitamins, minerals, nutritional supplements, and other health-related products, today announced the launch of a weekly, one-hour radio show on top-rated talk station KLSX (97.1 FM) in Los Angeles.
Hosted by renowned natural health and alternative medicine expert Gary Null, The Vitamin Shoppe Radio Health Series debuts on Saturday, November 2nd at 7:00 a.m. Each week, Gary Null and his expert guests will cover the latest information on health and nutrition, including the most current research and in-the-news topics.
Los Angeles listeners may know Gary Null from his own nationally syndicated daily radio program, Natural Living with Gary Null, which has been airing seven days a week for twenty years. He has published over 50 books, including the bestseller Get Healthy Now and The Food, Mood, Body Connection as well as numerous articles for national publications. A lecturer, educator, and research scientist, Null has won dozens of awards for his work in the areas concerning the environment, human rights, public service, and for his television investigative series on health issues. His most recent book is AIDS: A Second Opinion.
"Private citizens should have access to credible information to make smart decisions about their health," said Jeffrey Horowitz, The Vitamin Shoppe founder and CEO. "It was this commitment to our customers that led us to create The Vitamin Shoppe Radio Health Series. We recognize that it can be difficult to find quality information on health and nutrition. Our host, Gary Null, is a nationally known expert and our guests are among the nation's most respected health practitioners," he added. "This show provides information that listeners can use to make informed and appropriate choices for their personal health."
The Vitamin Shoppe Radio Health Series debuts with Natural Alternatives for Migraine Relief with Dr. James S. Sensenig, Licensed Naturopathic Physician with a full time practice in Camden, CT, and Dr. Joanna Forwell, with the Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
The November 9th show features information on Antioxidants: The Anti-dote to Aging with Dr. Jeffrey Blumberg, Director of Tufts University's Antioxidant Research Laboratory and Associate Director of the University's Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging, and Dr. Stephen Holt, President of Biotherapies, Inc., author of Combat Syndrome X Y and Z. The November 16th show explores Staying Mentally Sharp: The Road to Brain Nutrition with Dr. Parris Kidd, scientist, educator, and biomedical nutritionist and co-author of Antioxidant Adaptation, and Dr. Dharma Singh Khalsa, Director of Acupuncture, Stress Medicine and Chronic Pain Program at the University of Arizona Teaching Hospital in Phoenix and author of Brain Longevity.
Future show topics include: Vital Tips for Raising A Healthy Child; Exercise, Sports and Nutrition For a Healthier You; Maintaining A Healthy Blood Glucose Level - The Natural Way; Natural Ways to Boost Energy, Mood and Manage Stress; Preventing and Treating Common Vision Problems; and Alternative Therapies for Sleep Disorders.
About The Vitamin Shoppe
With 118 stores nationwide, The Vitamin Shoppe(R) is one of the
largest specialty retailers of nutritional products in the country.
Founded in 1977, The Vitamin Shoppe, through its national network of
stores, monthly catalogs, and Web site (www.VitaminShoppe.com), offers
an extensive product line of brand name vitamins, nutrition
supplements, literature, homeopathic remedies, and other
health-related products. The Vitamin Shoppe is known for its discount
prices, excellent customer service, and superb selection of more than
25,000 items from over 300 national brands.
Statements in The Vitamin Shoppe Radio Health Series have not been
evaluated or endorsed by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose,
treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Before starting any diet or
supplement program, a doctor should be consulted.