While researching the latest in the weight loss industry, Artjen Complexus caught my eye. Their story made them a natural to appear on the show.
August 10, 2006, (Boca Raton, FL)
August 15, 2006 on CNBC (PRWEB) August 14, 2006
August 15, 2006 on Bravo! Network (as paid programming)
- Multi-Media Productions (USA), Inc. announces the appearance of Artjen Complexus on Health Journal Television, hosted by General Alexander Haig.
Obesity is a worldwide major concern. Two thirds of the US population is either overweight… or obese.
Artjen believes that an all natural dietary fiber may just be the answer to those extra pounds. After years of research, Dr. Joseph Artiss and Dr. Catherine Jen have developed FBCx™, a natural dietary fiber supplement that they say is yielding impressive results.
“For a couple of researchers who have each spent over thirty years in laboratories, the response that we have received from FBCx is truly amazing,” states Dr. Catherine Jen, a nutritionist and obesity researcher and President of Artjen.
Coordinating Producer Theresa Pietrzak stated, “While researching the latest in the weight loss industry, Artjen Complexus caught my eye. Their story made them a natural to appear on the show.”
FBCx™ works by binding with dietary fat. FBCx™ is a soluble fiber that, unlike any other fiber that has been reported, forms a stable complex with nine times its weight in dietary fat. Thus, in order for FBCx™ to assist you in your weight loss, you must take it when you have fat in your stomach. Typically, North Americans consume about 100 grams of fat each day. Ideally, you need to spread this fat consumption out over three balanced and nutritious meals.
For additional information, please visit http://www.fbcx.com.
About Health Journal Television
Health Journal Television airs on CNBC (as paid programming) and Bravo (as paid programming). HJTV may also be viewed on United Airlines’ in-flight TV and through video on demand via wbrtv.com.
The HJTV Series is also available at more than 90 prestigious college universities, including Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Notre Dame, Dartmouth College and Georgetown University. For more information, please e-mail Moniqueh @ mmpusa.com or visit http://www.healthjournaltv.com