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Pinnaclife Makes it Official With Launch Slated for March 1st
Date:2/18/2011

CORALVILLE, Iowa, Feb. 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- One year to the day of its introduction, the Pinnaclife supplement company will move from pre-launch status to its official company launch.  "Starting a new company takes time and commitment," said Darlene McCord, Ph.D.  We have learned about the industry and our place in it and now we feel good about our opportunities in this area of healthcare."

Dr. McCord is no stranger to healthcare.  She currently has the number one selling line of medical skin and wound care products sold in North America.  Her Remedy brand is distributed to hospitals and long-term care facilities through an exclusive agreement with Medline Industries. All products in the line feature Dr. McCord's proprietary Olivamine.

"I started Pinnaclife because I realized there were a lot of people like me that had gotten a health scare and that they too wanted to help improve their odds of survival.  I am a breast cancer survivor, and one day it came to me that as good as Olivamine was in a topical application, it may be better as a supplement.  After taking the supplements I started feeling a lot better.  Now, people all over the country are using my Olivamine supplements, and this launch is a dream come true," said Dr. McCord.

Pinnaclife supplements were developed for people with current health risks or for those that are in higher health risk categories. The company's vision is to improve the quality of life for people in every country of the world.FOR MORE INFORMATION:Pinnaclife801-386-5978inquire@pinnaclife.com www.pinnaclife.com
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