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New World Record Holder in Powerlifting Credits NutraCea's Unique Rice-Bran-derived Product as his 'Secret Weapon'
Date:3/13/2008

or superior workouts."

"RiSolubles helped me train harder and more efficiently, and it helped build lean body mass naturally," said Bridges. "I've consumed many different products over the years, and I am convinced that adding RiSolubles to my morning shake made all the difference and gave me the competitive edge I needed to set the new world record at the Arnold Classic. I highly recommend it to any competitive athlete."

"We're very proud of Mike Bridges and his unprecedented achievement at the Arnold Classic, and we're delighted that he is sharing his training secrets with other athletes so they, too, can experience a nutritional boost from RiSolubles," said Kody Newland, Senior Vice President of Sales at NutraCea.

NutraCea will be showcasing the RiSolubles product at the Natural Products Expo this weekend in Anaheim, California at booth #867. For more information on RiSolubles, log on to http://www.nutracea.com

About Mike Bridges

Since 2003, Bridges has won several Master Nationals and IPF World Titles, setting multiple new world records along the way. In 2007, at the age of 50, Bridges decided to go head-to-head with younger competitors and entered the Open Nationals in St. Louis, Mo., setting six world records and beating every younger competitor. He also won the Master IPF World Bench Press title in Schwedt, Germany in the fall of 2007, setting a world record of 512 pounds.

About NutraCea

NutraCea is a leader in stabilized rice bran nutrient research and dietary supplement development. Through its wholly owned subsidiary RiceX, the company manufactures as well as distributes products and food ingredients made from Rice Bran through its proprietary technology and processes. The Company has developed intellectual properties to create a range of proprietary product formulations, delivery systems and whole food nutrition products. NutraCea's proprietary technology
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