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Burn Fat with fucoPROTEIN(TM) Bars

Wednesday, February 13, 2008 General News J E 4
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WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., Feb. 12 What do smiling Buddhas andserious dieters have in common? They know if they belly up to fucoPROTEINbars, they just might lose unwanted pounds. That's the benefit of Garden ofLife's Perfect Weight America fucoPROTEIN bar, a dietary supplement thatcontains fucoxanthin. A natural compound found in brown seaweed, fucoxanthinis a marine thermogenic that burns fat and boosts metabolism.

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"Many protein bars are glorified candy bars with little nutritionalvalue," said Garden of Life CEO Jordan Rubin, author of the recently releasedbook Perfect Weight America.(www.perfectweightamerica.com) "Not only arefucoPROTEIN bars a nutritious choice because they are made with organicingredients instead of high fructose corn syrup, soy protein and artificialsweeteners, but they can also boost metabolism and assist with weightmanagement."

FucoPROTEIN bars are a dieter's best friend because they are made withnative whey protein, raw wildflower honey, acacia, and chia seeds, whichexpand in the stomach and result in a feeling of satiety for hours. However,it's the fat-burning properties of fucoxanthin that distinguish fucoPROTEINbars from other bars on the market.

"FucoPROTEIN bars are an extension of our popular weight managementcategory that includes fucoTHIN(R)," noted Rubin. "These products are bothpart of a healthy lifestyle program outlined in my Perfect Weight Americabook. Combined with a sensible diet and exercise program, clinical studieshave shown that most people lose more weight using fucoTHIN than if they hadchosen only to diet."

FucoTHIN is currently the number one selling supplement in the naturalproducts industry, as verified by SPINSscan Natural, a market research firm.For the 12-week period ending December 1, 2007, fucoTHIN was the number-one-selling product out of 225,000 products analyzed. In clinical, double-blindhuman studies conducted on overweight women who followed an 1800-calorie mealplan, those taking fucoTHIN lost an average of 14.5 pounds while the placebogroup lost an average of only three pounds.

Available in chocolate and peanut butter flavors, fucoPROTEIN bars retailfor $2.99 while fucoTHIN has a suggested retail price of $49.99. Both productsare available at health food stores nationwide. For store locations, visitwww.gardenoflife.com.Contact: Rhonda Price (561) 371-9407 rprice@gardenoflife.com Susan Fonger (561) 386-2801 sfonger@gardenoflife.com

SOURCE Garden of Life
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