|Based on Nobel Prize winning science the BioPhotonic S2 Scanner represents a culmination of over 15 years of research and development at a cost of over $100M. It is the only patented instrument that non-invasively in 90 seconds conducts a live tissue measurement and provides an immediate personal antioxidant assessment.. Sunita Pandit, internationally known as Mrs. Cardiology for her fireside chats with her cardiologist husband will talk about how this device is the definitive way to find out if your vitamins and supplements are doing the job they are supposed to do. You can find Sunita's blog at: http://mrscardiology.com|
Antioxidants are our frontline defense against the free radicals that constantly affect our cells. Over 30,000 scientific papers have been written about free radicals and antioxidants in the last 20 years. With the Pharmanex® BioPhotonic Scanner we can now obtain an accurate measurement of your personal antioxidant level.
The Pharmanex Scanner is the only non-invasive device that
- Uses innovative laser technology to measure at the cellular level
- Obtains a baseline biomarker of your antioxidant defense network
- Objectively realize a nutritional program for deficient levels
- Periodical monitoring allows for the measurement of the effectiveness of the nutritional program
- Provides a yardstick to stay on the nutritional program
- Currently over 4,000 scanners are in operation throughout the world
- Over 2 million people have been scanned
The scanner produces anti-oxident reading in less than 2 minutes that is
more accurate than blood or urine tests as per a 2005 study conducted in collaboration with
three major universities.
Serum carotenoids correlate to overall antioxidant status and this is very well substantiated. The BioPhotonic Scanner is a scientifically-validated machine, with five published studies on the technology, and three clinical studies to date on the Pharmanex application.
"The amount of antioxidants that you maintain in your body
is directly proportional to how long you will live."
Richard Cutler, MD, Director of Anti-Aging Research, National Institute of Health