SAN DIEGO, Dec. 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Cardium Therapeutics (NYSE Amex: CXM) today announced the availability of MedPodium Nutra-Apps™, small, pharmaceutically-sealed, tasteless, easy-use capsules in pocket-sized packaging that are designed to address the unique needs of today's highly mobile and technology-driven millennial consumers (aged 20-35). MedPodium's Nutra-Apps Neo-Energy™ and Neo-Carb Bloc™ products are now available in select convenience stores in the Southern and Southwestern United States, and Cardium plans to introduce two additional Nutra-Apps products -- Neo-Chill™ for relaxation and to help reduce stress and Neo-Sleep™ to help promote restful sleep. For more information and to purchase MedPodium Nutra-Apps™ online, please visit http://www.medpodium.com/index.php/supplements.
MedPodium's Neo-Energy™ is a dietary supplement capsule that provides a customized blend of natural caffeine, green tea leaf extract and Vitamin B3 (Niacin). Each of Neo-Energy's small, easy-to-use capsules provide an amount of caffeine comparable to commonly-sold energy shots or a premium coffee, or multiple cans (about 20 ounces) of various energy drinks. A pocket-sized pack containing four Neo-Energy capsules will be sold for approximately the same retail price as a single liquid energy shot or beverage. In addition, Neo-Energy capsules have no sugar, no calories, and no aftertaste as commonly found in various drinks.*MedPodium's new Neo-Carb Bloc™ is a dietary supplement that features a custom formulation of maximum strength Phase 2™, a white kidney bean extract that has been clinically studied and shown to reduce the enzymatic digestion of dietary starches contained in many carbohydrate-rich foods such as pastas, rice, crackers, breads, pastries, potato chips, and donuts.* Sold in convenient, pocket-sized packages of two small, easy-use capsules, Neo-Carb Bloc™ is designed to selectively reduce the uptake of the types of carbohydrates found in many starchy foods, without blocking the absorption of "good" simple carbohydrates such as those derived from vegetables and whole grains.*