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Date:10/29/2007

y leading company as it quadruples the number of representatives educating health care practitioners on the value of this significant emerging therapy," he said. "D-ribose is already changing the lives of many suffering from chronic energy-depleting conditions. It's also improving the quality of life for baby boomers as they reach the prime of their lives. Our collaboration will mean that more people will have access to this exciting breakthrough."

Research published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine (12:9, 2006, 35-40) suggests that Corvalen(R) (D-ribose) provides metabolic support to accelerate cellular energy recovery and normal cellular functioning for patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and fibromyalgia. "The research helped us pinpoint the energy-building benefit of Corvalen(R), and how it substantially reduces the debilitating symptoms of these devastating conditions," said Jacob Teitelbaum, MD, board-certified internist and author of the pilot study. "I think this study, and follow-up research now underway, will show Corvalen(R) to be one of the most important new nutrients evaluated over the next few years."

Bioenergy Inc., http://www.bioenergy.com, parent of Bioenergy Life Science, is a privately held, Minneapolis-based life sciences company whose core technology lies in the development and commercialization of products based on the physiological benefits of D-ribose in health and wellness. Bioenergy Life Science products include Bioenergy Ribose(TM), a functional ingredient in the active lifestyle market; and Corvalen(R), and CorvalenM(R), clinical nutrition products giving metabolic support to patients with heart and muscle disease. Bioenergy Ribose is non-GMO certified. The product is also manufactured under the supervision of the Kashruth Division of the Orthodox Union. Toll-free order line is 866-267-8253.

Integrative Therapeutics, Inc., based in Green Bay
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