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GO3 Statement Regarding Erroneous Coverage in Star Magazine
Date:7/2/2008

LOS ANGELES, July 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Regarding the completely fabricated item about GO3 Omega-3 fish oil capsules that appears in the July 14, 2008 edition of Star magazine, none of the parties named in this false and misleading story were contacted by the magazine prior to publication.

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GO3 is reviewing its legal options and will vigorously pursue any organization making false claims and derogatory statements against its high quality Omega-3 fish oil products, company employees and business partners.

GO3 offers a line of high quality nutritional products featuring Omega-3 capsules for both adults and children. A special manufacturing process employed by GO3 refines the fish oils to neutralize and remove fish taste so that when GO3 Original Omega-3 adult capsules are swallowed whole, there is no fish taste. The company also offers GO3 Junior chewable strawberry-flavored capsules especially formulated for children to make it easier for parents to incorporate the benefits of Omega-3 oils into the family routine. See http://www.go3.com for more product information.

Focusing on the importance of Omega-3 fatty acids, GO3 offers an easy way for consumers to improve their intake of key Omega-3 fatty acids Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) which is important for both adults and children who may not be eating the recommended two to three servings of Omega-3 rich fish every week.

About GO3

GO3 has partnered with David Beckham to promote both fitness and a healthier lifestyle for all ages through the GO3 product line. Available online in the U.S. market at http://www.go3.com, GO3 supplements are a family-friendly way to get the recommended daily amount of health-supporting om
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