Green Bay, WI, March 22, 2011–EuroPharma’s product line has had unprecedented growth in the last year. More than 25 new botanical formulations have been added to the Terry Naturally® line of natural supplements–all developed by industry icon Terry Lemerond. The Terry Naturally brand now offers a full product line of more than 100 nutritional supplements in every major health category including:

  • Blood sugar balance
  • Brain and mental health
  • Cold and flu
  • Digestion
  • Energy
  • Hair and skin
  • Heart health
  • Immune/allergies
  • Pain and inflammation
  • Sleep
  • Thyroid
  • Weight loss
  • Women’s health

With more than 40 years in the natural health industry, Terry Lemerond, president of EuroPharma, has researched and developed more than 400 nutritional and botanical formulations that continue to be top-selling products on the market today. He is credited as the first to introduce glucosamine sulfate, IP6, black cohosh for menopause, the concept of botanical standardization and complex formulations for specific health indications to the U.S. health food market. His mission is to continue to introduce revolutionary natural products that will improve the health of America.

“We keep finding fantastic ingredients and are pleased to bring award-winning formulations to the marketplace that will meet just about anyone’s needs,” says Lemerond. “In a span of four years, EuroPharma has developed over 100 products.”

EuroPharma’s Terry Naturally products have received numerous awards including Better Nutrition‘s 2008, 2009, and 2010 “Best of Supplements Award” in the Pain and Inflammation category for the natural pain-reliever, Curamin, the 2010 Vity Award “Best New Specialty Herbal Product” for SinuCare and recognition by Nutracon as one of the three “Best New Finished Products of 2010” for its revolutionary whole food omega-3 product, Vectomega.

EuroPharma’s Terry Naturally® brand offers clinically proven and effective nutritional supplements and natural medicines that improve the health of America. For more information, visit