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Fitness Champion Natalie Waples to be Spokesperson for Natural Nutrition International Direct Marketing Campaign
Date:9/11/2007

HOUSTON, Sept. 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Natural Nutrition, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: NNTN) announced today that Natalie Waples, champion fitness model and athlete, has signed an agreement to act as a spokesperson for Natural Nutrition's new international direct marketing campaign. Natural Nutrition will be releasing a new line of nutritional products that will be directly marketed via the internet, infomercials, and television commercials in the USA and Canada.

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Ms. Waples commented, "As a regular consumer of Natural Nutrition's supplements, I know the quality and value provided by the Company. I am excited to be part of this new international marketing campaign to directly market our exceptional new line of nutritional products to consumers."

Natural Nutrition CEO Tim Connolly added, "We intend to utilize the ten years of manufacturing and sales experience of our Ottawa manufacturing facility to expand sales and bring a new line of unique products directly to the nutritional supplement consumer, and look forward to a successful launch with Natalie as one of our key spokespersons."

Natalie Waples was the winner of the 2006 Miss Grand Prix Toronto competition in July 2006 and won 3rd place in the "Face of Champ Car" International contest held in November 2006 in Mexico. She was also placed 2nd as a "Fitness Model" at the 2006 FAME Canadian Nationals. Natalie believes in training naturally, without performance enhancing drugs, and pushing herself to the limits.

InterACTIVE Nutrition International Inc. is a majority owned subsidiary of publicly traded Natural Nutrition, Inc. (OTCBB: NNTN) and is partially owned by Corporate Strategies Merchant Bankers. InterACTIVE Nutrition is an international leader in sports and nutritional supplements backed by over 10 years of research, development an
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