Irvine, CA (Vocus) August 26, 2009
Bariatric Advantage, a Division of Catalina Lifesciences, has launched its highly anticipated RECOVER® program. The RECOVER program is directed to the many bariatric surgical programs that are helping less fortunate patients "RECOVER" from obesity through surgical intervention, and or patient's whom have been caught up in the economic downturn and are working to "RECOVER" financially while trying to take care of their health.
"We are grateful that the Obesity Action Coalition has partnered with us to help bring a tremendous program, delivered during a historic time, to thousands of Americans that are suffering from the effects of
obesity and that are ill and or in need", state Thomas Kinder, President and C.E.O. of Bariatric Advantage.
The program is available through the Obesity Action Coalition website at obesityaction.org. Click on the RECOVER logo on the home page to learn more or call 800.898.6888 and ask to speak to the RECOVER specialist.
About Bariatric Advantage
Bariatric Advantage is the #1 Physician recommend and most complete targeted nutritional line of products available for patients whom have undergone weight loss surgery. Contact the company at 800.898.6888 or at bariatricadvantage.com.
About Obesity Action Coalition (OAC)
The Obesity Action Coalition is an IRS registered 501(c)3 National non profit organization dedicated to giving a voice to those affected by obesity. The OAC was formed to build a nationwide coalition of patients to become active advocates and spread the important message of the need for obesity education.
To increase obesity education, the OAC offers a wide variety of free educational resources on obesity, morbid obesity and childhood obesity, in addition to consequences and treatments of these conditions. The OAC also conducts a variety of advocacy efforts throughout the U.S. on both the National and state levels, and encourages individuals to become proactive advocates. Contact the OAC at (800) 717-3117 or go to obesityaction.org.
Thomas L. Kinder