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MiGenetics Produces New Line Of Ethnically-Inspired Nutritional Supplements

February 17, 2011: 10:40 AM EST
MiGenetics has developed a new line of dietary supplements specifically tailored to the genetic differences among ethnic populations that influence health conditions, including diseases to which they are predisposed. The product comes in four formulations - for people of African, Asian, European, and Hispanic descent - and is the first of its kind to recognize ethnic difference as a factor in health conditions and the absorption of nutrients, according to Dr. Roger Roff, CEO of the Washington, D. C.-based VibraGene, maker of MiGenetics. The supplements, which are available for purchase online or through physicians, are described as aiding the digestive and immune systems and helping to slow the aging process. MiGenetics also claims they contain enzymes that reduce the toxicity of processed foods.
Joanna Cosgrove, "One Size (Doesn’t) Fit All", Nutraceutical World, February 17, 2011, © Rodman Publishing
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