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    World's First Calorie-Burning Soft Drink Launched

    Celsius clinically proven to increase metabolism and burn calories.

    BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. -- A soda that burns calories and tastes great may sound hard to believe, but a new research study, announced this weekend at the International Society of Sports Nutrition Conference in New Orleans, confirms that Celsius does just that.

    "The clinical research proved that drinking one 12-ounce bottle of Celsius increases metabolism by more than 12 percent over a three-hour period," said principal investigator Ron Mendel, Ph.D. "Elevated metabolism is what allows people to burn more calories."

    How significant is a 12 percent boost in metabolism? Mendel says that by replacing a regular soft drink with a bottle of Celsius every day for one year, even with no change in exercise habits, a person could theoretically lose up to 17 pounds.

    According to Steve Haley, president of Elite FX, the company behind Celsius, this is the first time a functional beverage has been launched with scientific proof of its benefit.

    "In an age where obesity is a major health issue, calories count," said Haley. "Celsius fits a healthy lifestyle -- no high-fructose corn syrup, no chemical preservatives, and no carbohydrates. It gets its thermogenic power from a proprietary combination of natural botanicals, micronutrients, amino acids and caffeine for a beverage unlike any other on the market today."

    The double-blind placebo-controlled study demonstrated that Celsius does indeed burn calories, even while study participants were lying down for three hours. The amount of calories burned varies based on an individual's metabolism. According to Mendel, some subjects in the study burned up to 75 additional calories without any activity at all over the three hours measured.

    "We evaluated what consumers really wanted from diet soda in terms of taste and performance, and then went beyond their expectations," said Greg Horn of Specialty Nutrition Group, which helped to develop Celsius with Elite FX. "Moving from today's no-calorie sodas to Celsius with net negative calories is the next natural evolutionary step in the diet soda market."

    Celsius is available in three flavors: cola, lemon/lime and ginger ale at convenience stores such as Circle K, and Tom Thumb across Florida.

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