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Subject: From Lloyd Selleneit - Annual Legislative Luncheon Feb 5, 2014
Date: Fri Jan 24 19:11:51 MST 2014
Health Forum of Utah
a non profit corporation
Lloyd Selleneit,  Executive Director
1725 North 560 West - West Bountiful -
Utah 84010 - (801) 295-3622 

Health Forum of Utah& Utah Natural
Products Industry
15th Annual
Legislative Luncheon

     Utah State Capitol Rotunda

When:       Wednesday,  February 5, 2014

Time:        12:15 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. (Starts as legislator break for lunch.)

Contact:   Lloyd Selleneit,  Executive Directory of Health Forum of Utah
                  at 801-295-3666 or email at

Purpose:   To foster introductions and positive relationships between
                  Utah Legislators and Utah Natural Products Industry
                  leaders in a relaxed atmosphere.


Utah’s dietary supplement industry, a growing 4 billion dollar
 plus per year industry, is a major part of Utah’s economy.

Dietary supplements have become a prominent part of American popular health culture, a fact attested to by the ready supply of supplements in pharmacies; chain stores such as Sam’s Club, Costco, and Walmart; supermarkets; and health food stores. Since the 1960s, the prevalence of vitamin, mineral, and herbal product use has increased in the United States. Today, dietary supplements comprise a major industry, Herbal product use has increased dramatically in the past fifty years.