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BitWine (TM) Nutrition Advisors' Network Expands Roster of Licensed Dietitians and Nutritionists
Date:9/26/2007

"Trusted Advice From Real People" Service Improves Your Health From the

Comfort of Home

TENAFLY, New Jersey, September 26 /PRNewswire/ -- The BitWine Nutrition Advisors' Network (NAN) - http://nutrition.BitWine.com - provides health-conscious individuals with an expanding pool of certified dietitians and nutritionists to reach their health and fitness goals. BitWine leverages the technology of Skype (TM) and PayPal (TM) to provide instant audio and video connections between users and advisors.

"The NAN links consumers with experts possessing the state-of-the-art knowledge to optimize their health," says Alon Cohen, BitWine's cofounder. "Because we work only with licensed/qualified dietitians and nutritionists, consumers can expect to receive safe, scientifically valid information to use in their quest for improved health."

BitWine is actively recruiting nutritionists at the American Dietetic Association's FNCE 2007 conference this weekend to ensure that clients have even more access to a larger pool of talent.

"This is an exciting opportunity to bring sound nutritional counseling to a much wider audience," according to Lisa Cohn, MMSc, RD, CDN, of Park Avenue Nutrition and Spa in New York. "I've been in practice as a certified dietitian-nutritionist for 20 years, and the convenience of this system allows shorter but more frequent contacts with people who otherwise would not maintain follow-up visits."

Advisors such as Lisa are on the Nutrition Advisors' website, 24 hours a day/7 days a week. Clients visit the site, choose a registered dietitian or a professional nutritionist and initiate a call via Skype. Introductions are free, and clients are charged only upon mutual agreement with their advisor.

"BitWine's Nutrition Advisors' Network creates a safe, comfortable opportunity for clients to meet with licensed professionals in the privacy
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