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Dr. Lark Creates Nutritional Supplement to Restore Thick Hair and Strong Nails
Date:10/16/2008

Susan Lark, MD, noted medical researcher, clinical nutritionist and women's health practitioner, has formulated a nutritional supplement called Hair & Nails Revitalizer, designed to bring back thicker, fuller hair and strong, healthy nails. Dr. Lark's Hair & Nails Revitalizer is available exclusively through Doctors' Preferred, Inc. (DPI), a subsidiary of Healthy Directions, LLC, one of the largest North American direct-mail supplement distributors.

Potomac, Md. (PRWEB) October 16, 2008 -- Susan Lark, MD, noted medical researcher, clinical nutritionist and women's health practitioner, has formulated a nutritional supplement called Hair & Nails Revitalizer, designed to bring back thicker, fuller hair and strong, healthy nails. Dr. Lark's Hair & Nails Revitalizer is available exclusively through Doctors' Preferred, Inc. (DPI), a subsidiary of Healthy Directions, LLC, one of the largest North American direct-mail supplement distributors.

"As we age, hair tends to become thinner, drier and duller, and nails become more fragile. This happens because of hormonal changes and years of wear and tear, from blow drying, hair coloring, and even shampooing. Using topical products is often not enough. That's why I recommend that patients with thinning hair or weak nails take nutrients internally that promote growth of both hair and nails, stimulate collagen building, hydrate, strengthen, and protect," says Dr. Lark. "My patients have had the best results with the nutrients I've combined in my Hair & Nails Revitalizer."

Hair & Nails Revitalizer includes:

  • LinumLife® -- This new flaxseed contains powerful lignans that work directly on your hair. In one preliminary study, adults who were given 250 mg of LinumLife showed improvements
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