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June 2, 2008

New Frozen Meals for Dialysis Diet

Beef & Onion on Linguini with Fancy Green Beans Chicken & Bowtie Pasta with Summer Veggies Turkey On Cranberry Rice with Candied Carrots
Beef & Onion on Linguini
with Fancy Green Beans
Chicken & Bowtie Pasta
with Summer Veggies
Turkey On Cranberry Rice
with Candied Carrots

A new company called Meals for Life is producing frozen meals low in sodium, potassium and phosphorus for people on dialysis. Three choices are available with more to come in the future.

Ann Valadez, the CEO and Founder of Meals for Life recognized the need for quick, healthy meals for people on a renal diet during the six years her own mother was on dialysis.

Currently these meals are available at Clark’s Nutrition and Fitness Centers in Riverside, Loma Linda and Rancho Mirage California for $6.99 each. Future plans include mail order delivery and placement in additional markets throughout the country.

For more information visit the website at www.meals-for-life.com.

For information on availability at Clark’s stores visit their website at www.clarksnutrition.com. Look for Meals for Life under the New Items’ category.

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