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Codeco® Nutrilife Brings Hope to Hispanics Through Alternative Medicine
Date:1/24/2011

HOLLYWOOD, Fla., Jan. 24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- In 2009, more than 30 million people delayed seeking medical care and more than 20 million did not receive needed care due to the rising costs of healthcare in the United States*. Many Hispanics find themselves in this statistic and cannot afford their prescriptions, medical treatment or even a preventative checkup.

Codeco® Nutrilife, (pronounced Co-De-Co) a dietary supplement brand with more than 10 years in the market, has been providing thousands of Hispanics with an alternative way to take control of their health. Codeco® understands that the healthcare problem is causing people to simply disregard their health, and Codeco® wants to change this attitude through natural medicine and health education.

The big challenge Codeco® faced was to place itself as a natural supplements brand that could be trusted. Hispanics believe in natural medicine, is part of their cultural heritage, but they have been disappointed by some passer by companies that advertise products they import from abroad without any quality assurance whatsoever. The result is a market flooded by cheap products not regulated by the FDA; more than often these cause harm or no benefit at all.

Codeco® works with the best quality raw ingredients; all of their products are made in the United States and follow GMP standards. The R&D team of Codeco® releases formulas based on extensive research and scientific studies, but where Codeco® really stands out from the rest is in the customer service. Every client that uses products from Codeco® is given free monthly follow ups by a Codeco® agent that becomes familiar with the client's health condition and lifestyle, making sure that the treatment that was specially tailored for his or her client works.

Recently, Codeco® Nutrilife re-launched their official website to provide quality inf
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