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MigreLief Now On Lifetime T.V.'s "The Balancing Act" Airing June 20th & July 25th

Tue, 06/14/2011 - 11:34am
Bio-Medicine.Org

LOS ANGELES, June 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The makers of MigreLief, the world's most successful patented natural migraine prevention therapy, can now be seen on the popular nationally broadcast Lifetime series, "The Balancing Act." On June 20th and again on July 25th, (7:00 a.m. et/pt) this informative and entertaining show that provides a daily source of tips, knowledge and latest health news for women, will feature the first name in migraine relief, MigreLief.

Being interviewed on "The Balancing Act," MigreLief developer, Curt Hendrix, M.S., C.C.N., C.N.S., explains, "MigreLief was designed to correct deficiencies and imbalances, help the body heal itself and prevent migraines. Its goal is to stop migraines from ever happening in the first place."

MigreLief is the only multi-patented, physician recommended nutritional supplement for either men, women or children who suffer from chronic migraine headaches. It contains ingredients proven to decrease both the number and intensity of migraines.

MigreLief comes in 3 formulas: Original formula for men, women and children over the age of 12, MigreLief+M, a menstrual formula for women who suffer from menstrual related migraines and PMS, and Children's MigreLief for children under the age of 12.

Recurring migraines and running the gambit of side-effect prone prescription and OTC drugs is a lifestyle for many migraineurs seeking relief. First publicly available in 1997 as a non-prescription preventive therapy, MigreLief has restored quality of life to migraine sufferers worldwide and has been recommended by neurologists and headache specialists as an alternative and complimentary therapy.

MigreLief's "Triple-Therapy" approach to migraine prevention is based on three ingredients listed in the American Academy of Neurology's Evidence Based Guidelines for Migraine Prophylaxis; magnesium (oxide/citrate), high dose riboflavin (B

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