Cardium Therapeutics, Inc. (CXM) MedPodium® Addresses the Active Lifestyle of Millennial Consumers

Cardium Therapeutics, known for the acquisition and strategic development of tissue repair and therapy technologies, also has a dynamic in-house healthy lifestyle product platform called MedPodium. Designed as a portfolio of premium, science-based nutraceuticals, metabolics, and aesthetics for the promotion of health and well-being, MedPodium products are marketed to active professionals, and are focused on enhancing energy, cognition, mood, sleep, weight management, fitness, and aesthetics.
Energy – Using a customized blend of natural caffeine, green tea leaf extract, and Vitamin B3, MedPodium provides an easy-to-use capsule that provides energy without sugar, calories, or aftertaste. A pocket-sized pack containing four Neo-Energy capsules are designed to be sold for approximately the same retail price as a single liquid energy shot or beverage.

Diet – Clinically shown to reduce enzymatic digestion of dietary starches common in pastas, pastries, and other high carbohydrate foods, MedPodium’s white kidney bean extract is custom formulated to block bad carbs while allowing the absorption of beneficial carbohydrates, such as from vegetables and whole grains.

Relaxation – Suntheanine is a patented, proprietary L-theanine (an amino acid) found in green tea, and is used in MedPodium’s dietary supplement to promote relaxation without drowsiness. It is designed to naturally stimulate alpha waves, associated with a relaxed but alert mental state.

These MedPodium Nutra-Apps® are pharmaceutically-sealed, tasteless capsules, in pocket-sized packaging, that address today’s active millennial consumers. They provide premium science-based ingredients that have been shown to support an active lifestyle by enhancing energy, weight management, and relaxation.
Note: The above statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration, and these products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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