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Date:6/29/2009

ests and his efforts on behalf of the people of the world, he received the prestigious 2001 "Bulwark of Liberty Award" from the American Preventive Medical Association.

Dr. Rath pioneered a new way of responsible enterpreneurship: all profits from the sales of the micronutrient programs developed at his institute go to the Dr. Rath Health Foundation, a non-profit organization, focusing on research and education in natural health worldwide.

In addition, this non-profit organization supports a broad spectrum of activities in the field of human health, social justice and - most importantly - in the preservation of peace. In this effort Dr. Rath sees the work of his Foundation as following in the spirit of Nobel Peace prizewinners like Linus Pauling, Albert Schweitzer, Martin Luther King Jr. and Nelson Mandela.

Dr. Rath comes from a modest background. His parents were farmers in Southern Germany who passed their humanitarian values on to their children. "These values," says Dr. Rath, "are still a driving force for me. My life is an example that you do not have to be born privileged to make a contribution to a better world."

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