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Date:2/4/2008

(like Metamucil) have been recommended by the American Heart Association as a way to lower 'bad' LDL cholesterol.

Those who sign up for The Metamucil 30 Day Difference can take the following simple steps:

-- Take Metamucil (powder or capsules) every day

-- Create a profile on http://www.BeautifyYourHeart.com to get tips

from the fitness and nutrition experts at Core Performance, a

fitness and training center for elite athletes and everyday people

-- Develop a personalized fitness routine (2-3 days per week) using

the tools provided on http://www.BeautifyYourHeart.com

To begin the program and start feeling strong and healthy inside and out, participants are encouraged to log on to http://www.BeautifyYourHeart.com to follow four real women on their journey to begin a heart healthy lifestyle. Women can read about their experiences and see how they felt via video diaries and weekly blogs while interacting with other women taking part in the program.

In addition to finding fitness and nutrition tips, personalized Web pages and community support, women can register for the "Beautify Your Heart" sweepstakes* to win fitness-related daily prizes at the conclusion of the Metamucil 30 Day Difference in April 2008. The grand prize is a five day, four night stay at a spa resort in the city of the winner's choice.

"If women are concerned about their cholesterol levels, joining the 30 Day Difference is a great way to start to beautify their hearts," said Mauricio Troncoso, Metamucil Marketing Director. "While Metamucil has been on store shelves for more than 70 years, women today are surprised to learn that it can help begin to lower cholesterol when used as a daily fiber supplement."

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