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Jillian Michaels, 'America's Toughest Trainer,' Announces New Line of Weight-Loss Supplements
Date:6/29/2009

New line set to hit market in September

BOSTON, June 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Jillian Michaels, New York Times bestselling author and renowned wellness coach from NBC's The Biggest Loser announces her first ever line of weight-loss products in partnership with ThinCare(TM) International, LLC. The new products will officially launch at the 2009 National Association of Chain Drug Stores Marketplace in Boston, Massachusetts on June 29, 2009. Scientifically developed, the new products are designed to help individuals overcome the two greatest pitfalls to successful weight loss - not having the willpower to reduce caloric intake, and not seeing and feeling results quickly enough to motivate and continue toward a healthier lifestyle.

"For quite some time I had been personally searching to develop the right natural products to help people achieve their weight-loss goals," says Michaels. "I always emphasize the importance of integrating fitness, nutrition, and changes of behavior in order to empower individuals to reach both their physical and psychological goals. Finally, my new line developed the right products to not only support myself but for others in their journey."

The new Jillian Michaels line will feature Maximum Strength Calorie Control(TM), Maximum Strength Fat Burner(TM), Triple Process Total Body Detox & Cleanse Plus Probiotic Replenishment(TM) and the QuickStart Rapid Weight Loss System(TM) which contains both the Fat Burner and the Calorie Control at a reduced price.

"We are extremely happy to be working with Jillian Michaels," says Gina Daines, spokesperson for ThinCare(TM) International, LLC. "Jillian is a true icon and we are excited to be able to help people reach their weight-loss goals."

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