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RobKellerMD.com Launches Transform EFI
Date:2/25/2013

Plantation, FL (PRWEB) February 25, 2013

RobKellerMD.com (the Company), developer and marketer of high quality dietary supplements, is pleased to announce the much awaited launch of Transform EFI. Transform EFI which when mixed with water and consumed will naturally increase energy, focus and immunity. Transform EFI utilizes the Company’s patented Glutathione technology “Method of treatment of glutathione deficient mammals” (RE 40,849). The Company also recently filed a Continuation in Part (CIP) to expand its proprietary rights in anticipation of a series of new products, Transform EFI being the first such product.

“Transform EFI our new patent protected product can be appreciated by healthy adults in all phases of their life, it is not intended as a daily supplement but to be taken when one wants to perform at their best. As with all our products it has our full satisfaction money back guarantee. (Go to http://transform.robkellermd.com to learn more) Transform EFI is so effective you have to try it to believe it and we make that easy to do.” said Robert Harrison, Co-CEO of the Company.

“TransformEFI will naturally and quickly increase your energy, focus and immunity on demand when you feel you need it. Transform EFI is Caffeine and Gluten free and utilizes well researched clinically backed ingredients (go to http://Transform.robkellermd.com to see a listing of the ingredients). Whether you are participating in a sport, studying for an exam, going to an important meeting or just wanting to feel better Transform EFI will help you be your best. ” stated David Kirchenbaum, Co-CEO of the Company.

RobKellerMD.com markets high quality dietary supplements that contain the nutritional platforms first introduced by acclaimed immunologist Dr. RH Keller. The
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