Dr. Tabor Introduces New Beauty Shake(TM) for Skin, Hair and Nails
KERNERSVILLE, N.C., June 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ – Dr. Tabor, a renowned expert in anti-aging, beauty and diet medical research, has introduced Beauty Shake(TM), a daily beauty drink for women that helps support healthy nail appearance and maintain normal skin and hair health. Dr. Tabor’s Beauty Shake(TM) also serves as a meal replacement that can be used as part of a diet or healthy eating plan. Each shake contains 20 grams of patented protein, 600 milligrams of calcium, and other vitamins and minerals that nourish a healthy appearance from the inside-out. Dr. Tabor’s Beauty Shake(TM) is available through QVCÃ‚®.
“With summer solstice approaching, women should know that topically applied creams, sunscreen and products are only half the battle in staying naturally summer radiant and in preventive aging,” said Dr. Tabor. “The truth is what we eat impacts how we look, and skin, hair and nails often manifest the most tell-tale signs of our nutritional habits – good or bad. Beauty Shake(TM) hydrates, nourishes and beautifies from within and can supplement current extracellular beauty regimens.”
Each doctor-formulated, protein-packed Beauty Shake(TM) can be used as part of Dr. Tabor’s Slim & Beautiful DietÃ‚® for an inside-out makeover. The drink contains 2.5 mg of biotin, a water-soluble B-complex vitamin (vitamin B7), that helps support hair and nail growth. Dr. Tabor’s Beauty Shake(TM) has a low-glycemic index.
Dr. Tabor’s Beauty Shake(TM) for Hair, Skin and Nails comes in three flavors — Chocolate Youth(TM), Vanilla Vibrance(TM), and Strawberry Sparkle(TM) – and is available in convenient ready-to-mix powder packs (2.11 ounces each). For more information, visit www.qvc.com and search “Beauty Shake”.
Aaron Tabor, M.D.
Dr. Aaron Tabor, M.D. is a Johns Hopkins Medical School graduate, Founder of Physicians Laboratories, and author of Dr. Tabor’s Slim & Beautiful DietÃ‚®. Dr. Tabor is the Editor of Nutritional Cosmetics, a scientific textbook about foods and supplements.
Individual results vary. Please consult your personal physician before beginning any diet or exercise program.
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SOURCE Aaron Tabor, M.D.