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Better Nutrition Launches 2008 Summer Nutrition Tour
Date:5/2/2008

EL SEGUNDO, Calif., May 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Better Nutrition (http://www.betternutrition.com), the country's most widely read in-store consumer health magazine, today announces the launch of its 2008 Summer Nutrition Tour. Throughout May, June, and July, the magazine will offer health food store shoppers from New Jersey to California the opportunity to sample many of the finest dietary supplements on the market.

"Supplements are important for optimal health, but not all supplements are created equal," says Joanna Shirk, Better Nutrition's publisher. "Our Summer Nutrition Tour will help educate consumers about how supplements work, with plenty of free samples from some of the country's most respected natural product companies."

2008 Tour Information:

May 17 -- -Nature's Way Health Food, Stratford, CT

June 4 -- Mother's Cupboard, Hayden, ID

June 5 -- Super Supplements, Coeur D'Alene, ID

June 7 -- Super Supplements, Spokane, WA

June 14 -- RDown Nutrition Center, Albuquerque, NM

June 18 -- Henry's Marketplace, Chula Vista, CA

June 21 -- Rogers Natural Foods & Vitamins, Roger, AR

June 28 -- Mustard Seed Market and Cafe, Solon, OH

July 19 -- Dietary Foods, Erie, PA

July 22 -- Health Fair, Little Silver, NJ

July 26 -- Foods for Living, Defiance, OH

Tour sponsors include Almased, American Biosciences, Aw Boon Haw, Bioforce, Carlson Laboratories, Essential Formulas, Inc., EuroPharma, Flora, Garden of Life, Genesis Today, Health from the Sun, Heel, Hero Nutritionals, Home Health, Meyrenberg, Natrol, Natural Factors, Natural Vitality, Nature's Answers, Nordic Naturals, North American Herb & Spice, NOW Foods, Quality of Life, Renew Life, To Go Foods, Twin Lab, and Wakunaga.

For more information on the Better Nutrition Summer Tour, contact Lisa Kurdziolek, Tour Director, at LKurdziolek@aimmedia.com, 812-275-5510.

About Better Nutrition: Since 1938, Better Nutrition's mission has been to responsibly inform health-food-store shoppers about breakthroughs in nutritional approaches to health and wellness, as well as report on the latest research on vitamins, herbs, minerals, nutrients, whole foods, natural personal care and beauty items, and environmentally friendly products. Better Nutrition helps align three unique interests: consumers interested in dietary supplements and holistic nutrition; independent health-food-store owners; and the natural product companies that carefully formulate today's range of natural products.

Better Nutrition endorses high-quality research and sensible nutrition. The magazine does not endorse any supplements. Better Nutrition is published by Active Interest Media (http://www.aimmedia.com), headquartered in El Segundo, CA.

For more information on Better Nutrition, contact Joanna Shirk, Publisher, at jshirk@aimmedia.com, or go to http://www.betternutrition.com.


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