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European Union, State of Brandenburg, Award Grants to Alcat Europe, GmbH
Date:3/6/2008

s, IBS, and the metabolic syndrome associated with heart disease, diabetes and obesity. A Baylor medical study reported a 98% success amongst its subjects rate in improving weight loss and body composition using the Alcat test. CSS intends to continue to expand its international customer base and build awareness about the health benefits to be derived by following an individually tailored eating plan.


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