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WellGen, Inc. Launches Te Ame(TM) Nutritional Supplements With Proven Health Benefits of Proprietary Black Tea Extract
Date:5/13/2009

Natural Compound Enhances Exercise Recovery and Stress Management, Supports Natural Immune Function and Joint Health

NORTH BRUNSWICK, N.J., May 13 /PRNewswire/ -- WellGen, Inc., a life science company at the crossroads of food and pharmaceuticals, today announced the launch of its first consumer products, a line of nutritional supplements under the brand name Te Ame. The Te Ame(TM) line will initially be available in four different formulations, reflecting WellGen's research into a range of health and wellness benefits in the areas of exercise recovery, immunity, joint health and stress management.

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Te Ame contains WellGen's proprietary natural compound, a unique black tea extract enriched for theaflavins. These natural compounds have demonstrated health benefits and are presented in significantly greater concentrations than available from brewed tea.

"This exciting product range is our first consumer offering and comes from years of research in top caliber laboratories," says Patricia Lucas-Schnarre, who is principally responsible for the commercialization of this healthcare advance. "For some time we've believed in the benefits of black tea. We now have a unique extract that scientifically captures these benefits. The best thing about Te Ame is that I can get these benefits without overloading my body with caffeine. As much as I love tea, I cannot drink over 20 cups a day."

WellGen's scientific program is based on a specialized knowledge of nutrigenomics, and studies the impact of proprietary natural compounds at the gene level. WellGen evaluates the effectiveness of its natural compounds in clinical studies to determine their impact on health and wellness. The studies on WellGen's proprietary black
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