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Clarinol(TM) CLA and Puregels(R) Featured on Hit Television Show 'Living in Style'
Date:11/19/2008

CHANNAHON, Ill., Nov. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- This month the hit television show 'Living in Style' will highlight the weight management benefits of Clarinol(TM) CLA. 'Living in Style' is a half-hour news magazine television series and is featuring the benefits of Clarinol(TM) CLA, with its clinically proven ability to reduce body fat and increase lean muscle, in its health & wellness segment. Puregels(R) is the premier brand of health supplements to the consumer and utilizes Clarinol(TM) CLA in its Health Body Composition line and will be featured in the segment as well.

At any given time, 29 percent of men and 44 percent of women are trying to lose weight. That means nearly 45 million Americans are actively dieting every year. While there may never be an effortless solution to permanent weight loss, Clarinol(TM) CLA, a clinically proven natural weight management ingredient, has been shown to help reshape bodies by reducing body fat and increasing lean muscle in specific regions in the body. In the latest published clinical trial, women lost a significant amount of body fat located in the thighs and mid-section and men in the abdominal region. When combined with a balanced diet and exercise program positive results can be seen in as little as 8-12 weeks.

According to Patrick Luchsinger, Marketing Manager in North America at Lipid Nutrition and manufacturer of Clarinol(TM) CLA, using a product like Puregels(R) with Clarinol(TM) CLA is an important addition to exercise and eating healthy, "Used as part of a proper diet and exercise program, Clarinol(TM) CLA can effectively aid the body in reducing fat and building lean muscle, giving an edge to people looking to shed excess pounds."

Jonathan Trachtman, Brand Sales & Marketing Director at Puregels, believes in educating consumers about the benefits of CLA, "We are pleased to inform and reach out to consumers looking to enhance their exercise and healthy
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