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New Health Corp. Announces the Addition of Hannaford Bros., Kash N Karry and Sweet Bay Supermarkets to its Retail Outlets
Date:9/13/2007

New Health Corp. is the Distributor of the Popular Dietary Supplement

Lipidshield Plus(TM)

MELBOURNE, Fla., Sept. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- New Health Corp. is proud to announce its retail presence has expanded again and LipidShield Plus(TM) is now available at Hannaford Brothers, Kash N Karry and Sweet Bay Supermarkets.

LipidShield Plus is the popular NATURAL breakthrough cholesterol fighting product that has been clinically proven to lower cholesterol and triglycerides while improving circulatory health. New Health is now offering a FREE in-home cholesterol test kit with the purchase of any of its LipidShield products in support of National Cholesterol Education month, September. (http://www.lipidshield.com). "Most people have no idea what their cholesterol level is, so they're often shocked when they see a high number,' said Gary Stanton, CEO of New Health Corp. "We are hoping these test kits help educate the public of the importance prevention plays in managing their heart health. Heart attacks are most often preventable."

LipidShield Plus can also be found at Meijer Inc., USA Drug Stores, Associated Food Stores and many other fine retailers.

Cholesterol is a waxy substance manufactured in the liver and also obtained from dietary sources, primarily meat and dairy products. Used in the production of hormones, elevated levels of cholesterol in the bloodstream (over 200 milligrams per deciliter) can lead to restricted blood flow, clogged arteries, and trigger sudden heart attacks and strokes. Health officials estimate that roughly one half of all adults have unhealthy cholesterol levels, and 42 million adults have "dangerously high" levels (239 and above).

New Health Corp. markets both caplet and liquid versions of their LipidShield Plus supplement as natural alternatives to cholesterol-lowering statin drugs, which have been shown to produce side effec
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