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ts, lowering oxidative stress/inflammatory markers, reducing fatigue (poor energy recovery) and the breakdown of muscle (post exercise wasting), as well as the lessening of free radical production (oxidative stress). The formula meets NCAA guidelines for use by collegiate athletes and is certified by The Banned Substances Control Group (BSCG) to contain no banned substances.

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Millennium's three proprietary, marketed products, which form the Company's Resurgex(R) Continuum of Care, include Resurgex Select(R), Resurgex(R), and Resurgex Plus(R). Resurgex Select(R) is a whole foods-based, calorically dense, high-protein nutritional formula developed for cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy or radiation treatments. Resurgex(R) and Resurgex Plus(R) are specialized, anabolic nutritional supplements rich in antioxidants that provide nutritional support post-treatment. Millennium is also recently developed a SURGEX(TM) sports nutrition formula, clinically proven to address the nutritional concerns of both professional and amateur elite athletes. These athletes often experience similar symptoms post-workout to those battling immuno-compromised conditions, such as fatigue, loss of lean muscle, oxidative stress, and reduced immune function.

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