“It’s a disease you fear the most, cancer. And your ability to fight it lies in one of the biggest buzzwords in health, antioxidants. Today we are fighting the war on prevention, antioxidant prevention. Do you have enough?” This is a direct quote from Dr. Oz. I bet this got your attention and I don’t mean to alarm everyone. However, this is a very serious topic.
Antioxidants are found in many fruits and vegetables and high quality supplements. What is an antioxidant and why are they so good for you? Antioxidants are natural protective molecules that nature has laced into a large number of vegetables, fruits and high quality supplements. They protect DNA in healthy cells from damage caused by free radicals that are harmful things our body absorbs like; pollution, cigarette smoke or bad food. Antioxidants protect our cells from damage that can cause cancer.
But how do you know if you are getting enough? We now have the patented BioPhotonic Scanner. Dr. Oz featured this Health Technology on his show, and called it the ultimate nutritional lie detector test. This Health Technology is a cutting edge tool that non-invasively measures carotenoid levels in your skin and that indicates the overall antioxidant protection in your body. Everyone can instantly know their own antioxidant status, empowering individuals to make improvements to their lifestyle, and diet and help them to make an informed decision on which supplements are properly formulated to impact their antioxidant health.
How do I know my supplements are working?
Americans spend over $30 billion a year on supplements. Have you ever wondered from an objective standpoint if your supplements are actually working? Well now, we can answer that question by objectively measuring. How does it measure you may ask? The technology is based on an optical method known as Resonance Raman Spectroscopy, which has been used for many years in research laboratories. Higher on this test is better and a good indicator that you are eating a high consumption of fruits and vegetables, taking optimal supplementation, low stress, sun and pollution exposure.
According to the World Health Organization we should be eating at least 5 servings of vegetables and fruit per day. The National Cancer Institute and National Institute recommend even more depending on the person. So…do you have enough antioxidant protection? And would you like to know?
By Wendy Burman
Healthcare Program Director
HCPN AllianceWendy is a cancer survivor and an advocate and educator for the BioPhotinic Scanner. Contact Wendy for info: firstname.lastname@example.org