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Surgex(TM) Becomes the First and Only BSCG (Banned Substance Control Group) Certified Product Which is Clinically Proven Effective in Sports Recovery and Performance
Date:1/29/2008

fessionalism in the sports nutrition sector.

The final set of results from Millennium's sponsored Division 1 Football trial at Rutgers University have shown that Surgex(TM) had a significant effect on recovery markers including testosterone:cortisol ratios compared to a market leading sports beverage on the market. "Along with our previous statistically significant improvements in body composition and strength parameters, the recovery marker data continues to validate Surgex(TM) as an important nutritional adjunct for the athlete" states Mr. Germano. "As we have seen in the medical market, Surgex is now able to offer the athlete a product that will assist in recovery in efforts to improve performance. In addition, our participation in the BSCG program continues to set us apart from the competition."

The continued usage and acceptability of Surgex(TM) by Professional, Olympic, and Collegiate athletes is providing the valuable market information which will allow Millennium to develop the best strategy to commercialize Surgex(TM), expected in Q3 of 2008.

About Surgex(TM):

Surgex(TM) (http://www.surgexsports.com) was created from Millennium's extensive experience providing advanced nutritional formulas to some of the most prestigious medical institutions throughout the United States The proprietary Surgex(TM) formula intends to meet the growing demand of elite level Professional, Olympic and amateur athletes and their coaches looking for nutritional support in a marketplace dominated by products with no clinical proof of benefit, unsubstantiated claims, excess protein, stimulants, and banned substances.

In double blind placebo controlled trials at the Rutgers University Human Performance Lab Surgex(TM) significantly outperformed leading competitive products by assisting in reducing the damaging effects of exercise by improving peak power outputs, lowering oxidative stress/inflamma
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