Enclosed please find initial information regarding a new health assessment technology that could be a great fit for your
practice. You may have already heard about the Pharmanex Antioxidant Laser Scanner. Chances are you have
caught news clips about this new technology on ABC, NBC, Fox News or CNN. Perhaps one of your colleagues has
shared how successful this program has been in his or her practice.
The Pharmanex Antioxidant Laser Scanner gives an extremely accurate, quantifiable, objective assessment of your
patients’ vital Antioxidant levels, by simply placing their hand in front of this device for three minutes. Antioxidants are
on the forefront of your patients’ minds… as the majority of Americans do not consume the 9-13 servings of fruits and
vegetables recommended by the National Cancer Institute for prevention. As a result, most of your patients are already
taking supplements, but the question has always been “are they really working?” The scanner provides a “baseline”
reading of their Antioxidant level, which can then be improved by diet and supplementation and then re-measured every
30 days to show progress. The technology was developed and patented at the University of Utah, world-renowned for
their medical research and innovation-- including the introduction of the first artificial human heart. Pharmanex has
secured the exclusive rights to the scanner for the next 19 years!
Imagine the incredible benefits of the scanner program for your practice. The Antioxidant Laser Scanner is the only
non-invasive method to measure Antioxidant levels, and Pharmanex’s LifePak is the only supplement that offers a 60
day measurable money-back guarantee if their Antioxidant levels do not improve. LifePak has been ranked the #1
product on the market by independent research firm http://www.SupplementWatch.com (the “Consumer Reports”
of the nutritional industry), is listed in the PDR, and has been the Exclusive Nutritional Supplier to US Olympic
Teams. It is a WIN-WIN for you, your practice, and your patients.
Successful healthcare professionals across North America endorse and recommend this program. Some of the benefits of
this program that have been experienced in healthcare facilities are:
§ Patient/Customer Recall
§ New Patient/Customer Acquisition
§ Ability to Monitor Patients’/Customers’ Health Quantitatively (like Cholesterol and weight)
§ Increased Patient/Customer Compliance and Satisfaction
§ New Profit Center
§ Unique Service to the public
I will be calling you to follow up and answer any questions that you have.
To Your Health,
Antioxidant Laser Scanner
Do you know what your Antioxidant Levels are?
This test takes 90 seconds, is inexpensive,
non-invasive, and gives you your
Body Defense Score. (BDS)
Official Nutritional Supplier to the 2000-2002-2004 U.S. Olympic Teams
Tracy Lafferty – 208-922-3709 Dzynr44@yahoo.com
1WHAT THE EXPERTS SAY
“The amount of antioxidants that you maintain in your body is directly proportional to
how long you will live.” - Richard Cutler M.D., Director Anti-Aging Research,
National Institute of Health (NIH)
“There’s a revolution happening out there right now. People are bound and determined
to take an active role in their health care. I have long refereed to antioxidants as the
revolution that would change the face of modern medicine, but without a reliable
convenient and painless method of measuring antioxidant levels, I was afraid that the
revolution would die before it even got started. I am happy to report with the Antioxidant
Laser Scanner the revolution is back on track!” - Dr. James Balch, author of the
Antioxidant Revolution, and co-author of eight-million copy best seller Prescription
for Nutritional Healing
“Scientists now believe that free radicals are causal factors in nearly every known
disease, from heart disease to arthritis to cancer to cataracts. In fact, free radicals are
a major culprit in the aging process itself. By controlling free radicals, antioxidants
can make the difference between life and death, as well as influence how fast and how
well we age.”- Lester Packer, Ph. D.- Head of the Packer labs at the University of
California at Berkeley. Dr. Packer, author of The Antioxidant Miracle, is regarded as the
world’s foremost antioxidant research scientist.
“Scientists’ understanding of the benefits of vitamins has rapidly advanced, and it now
appears that people who get enough vitamins may be able to prevent such common
chronic illnesses as cancer, heart disease and osteoporosis. All adults should take a
multivitamin daily.” -Journal of American Medical Association, June 19, 2002
“Powerful antioxidants like lutein and xeaxanthin (from green vegetables) and
lycopene (from tomatoes) may protect against coronary-artery disease, cataracts,
macular degeneration and cancer.” - Time Magazine, October 20, 2003
“Antioxidants can cut your risk of heart disease up to 70%, diabetes 40%, lung cancer
30%, and breast cancer 20% studies show. Many leading authorities now urge all adults
to take a daily supplement. USA Today, January 18th, 2004
Council for Responsible Nutrition
HARVARD RESEARCHERS PUBLISH JAMA ARTICLES RECOMMENDING VITAMIN
SUPPLEMENTS FOR ALL ADULTS
WASHINGTON, D.C., June 20, 2002 – Two Harvard researchers, Robert H. Fletcher, M.D., M.Sc., and Kathleen M.
Fairfield, M.D., P.H.D., of Harvard Medical School and the Harvard School of Public Health, have joined a growing list of
scientific experts who recognize the benefits of vitamins by stating in the June 19 issue of JAMA that, “we recommend that
all adults take at least one multivitamin daily.” The researchers reviewed more than 30 years of English-language
articles about vitamins in relation to chronic diseases and published their findings in two companion articles.
In the scientific review article, the two physicians consider the evidence that sub optimal intakes of a number of vitamins
are associated with increased risk of chronic diseases including cardiovascular disease, cancer and osteoporosis.
In a clinical commentary, they note that “a large proportion of the general population” has less-than-optimal intakes of a
number of vitamins, exposing them to increased disease risk.
Annette Dickinson, Ph.D., vice president, scientific and regulatory affairs, Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN), and the
author of The Benefits of Nutritional Supplements, a report to be published next week, states, “There is no question that
the amount of scientific evidence in favor of consistent use of vitamins, particularly multivitamins, is formidable and
must be taken seriously, both by the medical community and by those who create public policy. As Drs. Fletcher and
Fairfield also point out, most people do not get an optimal amount of nutrients by diet alone. Supplements are a convenient
and affordable way to bridge the nutrition gap.”
With regard to B vitamins and cardiovascular disease, the Harvard researchers conclude: “Until results of trials provide
more specific information on vitamin doses required to minimize homocysteine levels, recommending a daily multivitamin for
most adults may be the most prudent approach.”
On the question of vitamin E and heart disease, they recognize that some clinical trials have failed to find a beneficial effect
in people at high risk of heart disease or in patients with known coronary artery disease, but they suggest that vitamin E may
yet prove useful in the primary prevention of heart disease in the general population when taken for long periods of time.
Vitamin D supplementation is recommended at a level of 400 IU daily. This is the amount commonly included in multivitamin
supplements. In addition, the authors note, “The addition of calcium may be required to realize the beneficial effects of
vitamin D in preventing fracture risk.”
In order to protect against having a baby with a neural tube defect, they suggest, “supplementing all women who might
become pregnant with folate” at a level of 800 micrograms per day. (The Food and Nutrition Board has recommended that
women capable of pregnancy should get 400 mcg of folic acid per day from supplements or fully fortified cereals, in addition
to the naturally-occurring folate in their regular diets). Dr. Dickinson adds, “Clearly, this is more good news for those
consumers who already incorporate vitamins into their daily routine and should serve as a wake-up call for those who are
still just thinking about it.”
The Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN) is one of the dietary supplement industry’s leading trade associations
representing ingredient suppliers and manufacturers. CRN members adhere to a strong code of ethics, comply with dosage
limits and manufacture dietary supplements to high quality standards under good manufacturing practices.
Fairfield KM, Fletcher RH. Vitamins for chronic disease prevention in adults: scientific review.
JAMA 2002; 287:3116-3126.
Fletcher RH, Fairfield KM. Vitamins for chronic disease prevention in adults: clinical applications.
JAMA 2002; 287:3127-3129.
What is the
and how does it work?
This breakthrough technology from the University of Utah is based on Nobel Prize winning science
known as Raman Spectroscopy. Raman’s discovery proved that there are certain molecules that can be
measured with laser light. The scientists at the University of Utah discovered they could measure
Antioxidants with the Scanner, in the tissue of the skin “non-invasively”...through the palm of the hand.
The device then gives an extremely accurate Antioxidant score (validated by peer reviewed, published
clinical studies). As it takes 4-8 weeks for Antioxidants to get absorbed into the tissue, the scanner tissue
measurement is much more accurate than a blood or urine test, which can be varied by daily activity. It is
also much more convenient, less costly, and the results are immediate!
Is this score important?
Your Antioxidant level is a very important biomarker, and a key indicator of the status of your immune
system. Studies show that free radicals can lead to diseases such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes,
osteoporosis, and can even speed up the aging process. Antioxidants are our body’s first protection
against these harmful free radicals. Thus your Antioxidant score will show you if your current diet and
supplement regimen is giving you the optimal protection that you need against these harmful free
radicals. The goal is to raise your Antioxidant level to over 50,000 for optimal protection. Measuring
your antioxidant levels can be just as important as monitoring your cholesterol.
How do I raise my score?
Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables. The National Cancer Institute recommends everyone to be eating
6-10 servings of fruits and vegetables every day for prevention of degenerative diseases, as well as to
slow down the aging process (Anti-Aging).
Get on LifePak or G3 auto-delivery(ADR). Since 6-10 servings of fruits and vegetables per day are not
convenient for most people and can be very costly, the Journal of the American Medical Association and
most other agencies now recommend that EVERYONE take a multivitamin/antioxidant supplement.
However, not all supplements are created equal. And with so many choices, consumers can easily get
confused. LifePak and G3 from Pharmanex are products based on science, with 125 PhD scientists on
staff who have formulated the safest, most effective product on the market. And with the Antioxidant
Scanner, consumers can now get scanned to get their “baseline” reading, take LifePak or G3 for 60
days.... and if their score does not improve with the 60 day re-scan; Pharmanex will refund 100% of their
money! Pharmanex is the only company with this risk-free trial.
Reduce exposure to Free Radicals. Free radicals negatively affect your Antioxidant level. Sources
include smoking, 2nd hand smoke, pollution, toxins, pesticides, antibiotics, stress, and even sunlight.
Reducing your exposure to free radicals will require less of your antioxidant defenses, and thus also help
increase your level.
quot;The amount of antioxidants that you maintain in your body is
directly proportional to how long you will live.quot;
-Richard Cutler MD, Director Anti-aging Research, National Institute of Health (NIH)
The scanning of your skin tissue as a measure of your body’s antioxidant levels is much more accurate than blood
measurement, since the blood’s count can be manipulated in only a few hours or a day, whereas it takes 4 to 6
weeks for antioxidants to reach the skin tissue. There is no way to manipulate the scanner tissue measurement.
PHARMANEX ANTIOXIDANT SCORE INDEX
Individuals who are scanned will receive an immediate reading of their own antioxidant measurement. As they
participate in the LifePak antioxidant supplementation program, they can track their scores for evidence of
improved antioxidant activity and protection. No other program like this exists today.
F 10,000 to 19,000 Poor
D 20,000 to 29,000 Weak
C 30,000 to 39,000 Moderate
B 40,000 to 49,000 Good
A 50,000 to 100,000+ Optimal
Red Zone10,000 to 19,000: Poor - About half the US population scores in this range. These are people who do
not eat many fruits or vegetables, and/or their nutritional supplementation is not working (is not being absorbed by
the body and/or the product does not contain what the label says it does).
Orange Zone 20,000 to 29,000: Weak - People in this category are typically eating a couple of daily servings of
fruits or vegetables or taking some supplemental antioxidants. The nutritional supplements may or may not be
working at this level.
Yellow Zone 30,000 to 39,000: Moderate - Healthy diets start here, but may not be enough for long-term disease
prevention. Typically people here are eating 3 to 5 servings of fruits and/or vegetables per day, and may or may
not be supplementing.
Green Zone 40,000 to 49,000: Good - Everyone is advised to strive for this level or higher. LifePak and/or G3
supplementation will allow most people to attain this level or higher.
Blue Zone 50,000 to 100,000+: Optimal - Only about 1% of people achieve this level of anti-oxidant protection in
their bodies on their initial scan. A program of eating 9-13 fruits and vegetables and/or supplementation with
LifePak or G3 can allow one to reach this level of optimal protection and prevention.
Invest in your Health.
It’s the wisest investment you’ll ever make.
A new scientific breakthrough from the unparalleled research teams at Pharmanex, LifePak
NANO is an incredible leap in science. LifePak NANO contains optimal levels of all the
antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients, and Omega 3 fatty acids that the body
requires on a daily basis, with Nano-encapsulation, making it the most bio-available product
on the market.
So, what makes LifePak Nano unique? The challenge to nutrition in the past has been that powerful fat-soluble antioxidants such as
carotenoids and CoQ10 tend to bunch together in the intestine, making them difficult to absorb. No matter how small the particles are,
if they are bunched together, they cannot get through the intestinal walls. That is why so much of what consumers are taking is
wasted. To greatly enhance absorption, Pharmanex Scientists actually encapsulate the individual molecules, causing them to separate.
This process prevents molecules from clinging together, so they are more available for easy absorption. In the case of the extremely
powerful antioxidant Coenzyme Q10, this process of nano encapsulation increases bioavailability by 5-10 times (Craft et al, 2005). That
means 10 milligrams of Pharmanex NanoCoQ10TM compares to 50 to 100 mgs of other CoQ10 products!
LifePak Nano is the Rolls-Royce of supplements.
Your health, and your family’s health, is worth it.
• DNA protection
• Ultimate advancement in anti-aging nutrient absorption
• Protects Cells with a Powerful Antioxidant Network
• Corrects Nutritional Deficiencies
• Supports Blood Sugar and Energy Metabolism
• Improve Bone Health
• Balances Immune Support
• Helps maintain healthy eyes, teeth and gums
• Supports Weight Loss Diets
• Promotes Skin Function and Protection
• Cardiovascular health, and more
• Brain Health
How Does It Compare?
• The first and only multi-vitamin/mineral supplement to be passed and certified by 3 independent testing
laboratories. (National Safety Foundation; Banned Substances Control Group; Consumer Labs).
• Pharmanex was the official sponsor of the 2000, 2002 and 2004 U.S. Olympic Team with their elite products.
• Pharmaceutical Grade Products with Pharmaceutical Grade Standards.
• Pharmanex tests for 500 Heavy Metals, Pesticides, and Toxins. Most companies test for 30.
• The ONLY supplement with randomized, double blind, placebo controlled clinical studies.
• A generous rewards program that gives back 20% of your purchase price.
• The only product with Guaranteed Measurable Results in 60 days or Your Money Back.
NSE Wins Top Award for the Pharmanex(R) Bio-Photonic Scanner from
the American Business Awards
Tuesday June 7, 3:56 pm ET
Pharmanex(R) Bio-Photonic Scanner Recognized in Most Innovative Company Category
PROVO, Utah, June 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- NSE, Inc. announced today that it was awarded a 2005
American Business Award at the annual American Business Awards ceremony in New York City on
June 6. NSE, Inc. won the award in the Most Innovative Company category for the Pharmanex® Bio-
Photonic Scanner, a unique nutritional testing tool by NSE’s Pharmanex division.
quot;We are honored to receive this award, particularly considering the caliber of companies we were competing
against,quot; said Truman Hunt, president and CEO of NSE, Inc. quot;The Pharmanex Bio-Photonic Scanner is an
innovative tool that allows our sales force and customers to measure the benefits of our nutritional products
and continues to add quantifiable success to our business. Receipt of this award is a reflection of our
commitment to innovation with respect to our products, sales tools and direct-selling business model.quot;
The award was given in recognition of the Pharmanex® Bio-Photonic Scanner for the Most Innovative
Company among contenders with more than 2,500 employees, competing against other finalists Oracle
Corporation and PACCAR Inc. Last year's winner in the same category was United Parcel Service (UPS).
NSE, Inc was recognized among other top companies that included AT&T, Procter & Gamble, Sprint, and Intuit
and was the only direct selling company to receive a 2005 American Business Award.
About the Pharmanex® BioPhotonic Scanner
The Pharmanex® Bio-Photonic Scanner is the first to use innovative laser technology to non-invasively
measure the concentration of antioxidants in the body's tissue; antioxidants protect the body at the cellular
level against the effects of aging and the environment. The Scanner score provides a scientifically validated
measurement of how a person's diet and supplementation program is protecting his or her body's cells and
overall nutritional health. By consistently tracking antioxidant levels in the body, consumers are equipped with
the knowledge to maintain a lifestyle and nutrition program that will help boost antioxidant levels and maintain
proper nutrition and health. Currently, over 4,000 Scanners are in operation throughout the world and over two
million people have been scanned.
About The American Business Awards -- Stevie Awards
The 2005 American Business Awards is the first national, all-encompassing business awards show, governed
by a board of distinguished judges and advisors. The award has been called quot;The business world's own
Oscar Awardsquot; by The New York Post.
Pharmanex, a NSE, Inc company, applies pharmaceutical processes and scientific measurement to create
nutritional supplements for more than 40 markets worldwide. Pharmanex® products are sold direct to the
consumer through the Internet and a network of independent distributors. For more information, go to
Scientific Validation of Pharmanex®
BioPhotonic Scanner Presented at the
American College of Nutrition
October 4, 2004 — Senior Pharmanex scientist, Jeffrey A. Zidichouski, Ph.D., presented the
latest validation study for the Pharmanex® BioPhotonic Scanner at the 45th Annual Meeting of
the American College of Nutrition in Long Beach, California (September 30 to October 2,
2004). The 372-subject clinical study, conducted by Dr. Zidichouski, showed an excellent
correlation between skin Scanner scores and blood carotenoid scores, the current accepted gold
standard in research. In addition, the study demonstrated that the Pharmanex® BioPhotonic
Scanner measurement has less variability than blood carotenoids (measured by the conventional
“This is the paramount scientific validation study we have all been waiting for, and its results
could not have been any better” said Carsten R. Smidt, Ph.D., Vice President of Global
Research and Development, and Fellow of the American College of Nutrition. “Now the
BioPhotonic Scanner is solidly validated as a non-invasive method to determine human
carotenoid antioxidant status. We have presented our Scanner-related research at this and many
other respected scientific meetings, and the instrument is extremely well-accepted among
A summary of the ACN presentation has been published in the October 2004 issue of the
Journal of the American College of Nutrition (p. 468). A full-length publication of the study is in
To visit the web site of the Journal of the American College of Nutrition, go to
http://www.jacn.org Note: Clicking on the above link means that you are exiting Pharmanews and entering an independent web site.
Information contained in this independent web site is provided for general educational purposes and does not constitute labeling or
advertising for any Pharmanex® products. Such information does not alter the intended use of any Pharmanex® products.
Pharmanex® BioPhotonic Scanner
Scientists from around the world are talking about a brand new invention that is on the verge of
changing the way people think about antioxidant health – the Pharmanex® BioPhotonic
Scanner. This revolutionary tool enables us, for the first time, to measure our level of carotenoid
antioxidant protection quickly.
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.
Yale Researcher Funded to Study Nutritional Biomarkers
For Immediate Release
Date: May 19, 2003
Yale Epidemiologist, Susan Mayne, PhD, has focused her career on identifying the role of nutrition in cancer etiology.
This research area is challenging due to difficulties in assessing usual dietary intake in human studies. With the help of
two recent grants, she is a step closer to identifying non-invasive methods of nutritional evaluation. This Spring, Mayne
received $1 million in funding from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) to develop a non-invasive method to evaluate
nutritional status by measuring carotenoid levels in human skin, and another $60 thousand from the Breast Cancer
Alliance, Inc (BCA) to study the possible use of fatty acid profiles of nipple aspirate fluid as a biomarker of fat intake in
relation to the risk of breast cancer. Biomarkers allow researchers to establish objective predictors of nutrition for studies
of cancer and other diseases.
Because most nutritional epidemiology studies focus on people's recall of diet, the data can be suspect and is limited by
measurement error. Mayne's focus on carotenoid levels in the skin will give solid evidence of fruit and vegetable intake;
carotenoids are widely distributed in fruits and vegetables and absorbed following ingestion. This will allow further
research to be done evaluating the risk of cancer and its association with the amount of fruits and vegetables consumed,
using objective biomarkers. In collaboration with researchers at the University of Utah, Mayne and her colleagues will
work to develop and validate new technology for assessing the carotenoid levels of human tissue non-invasively through
the use of light.
Building on her twenty years of research on carotenoids, Mayne will be using a technique called Raman Resonance
Spectroscopy to assess carotenoid levels in human skin. Dr. Werner Gellermann, a physicist from the University of Utah,
developed the portable spectroscope. The spectroscope uses a light beam to excite the carotenoids in the skin and then
measures the vibrational energy produced, allowing for a tangible reading of carotenoid levels to be determined in less
than a minute. The study will compare the results of the carotenoid analysis done by spectroscopy with analysis of dietary
intake, blood carotenoid concentrations, and eventually carotenoid concentrations in human skin biopsies to validate the
use of the machine. Yale collaborators in this study include Drs. Brenda Cartmel, David Leffell, and Haiqun Lin.
The discovery of biomarkers of diet can better help researchers study the role of diet in chronic disease, and help
researchers interpret results of intervention studies aimed at improving diet. Also, the use of the raman spectroscopy
promises rapid feedback and has great potential for positive reinforcement of healthy eating, with the ability for easy
testing and re-testing for comparison of results. Ultimately, Mayne and her colleagues hope a derivation of the instrument
will be available for use by the general public for individual nutritional assessment.
With the assistance of the Breast Cancer Alliance, Inc., Mayne is also working with Dr. Brenda Cartmel to develop a non-
invasive predictor of breast cancer using nipple aspirate fluid and subsequently evaluating its content for fatty acids.
Researchers will use a device much like a breast pump to draw a tiny amount of fluid from healthy female study
participants and analyze its content using gas chromatography. Dietary data will also be collected in an effort to draw
conclusions between levels of fatty acids in the breast, blood, and diet. Because the nipple aspirate fluid can be obtained
non-invasively in women, there is potential for more widespread use. quot;We are excited to move ahead and test this on a
greater number of women,quot; Mayne explained. Mayne is hoping that the first year funding from the Breast Cancer Alliance
will allow her to generate the results she needs before moving ahead with etiologic studies linking fatty acid profiles in the
breast to the risk of breast cancer.
Because epidemiological research greatly depends on the quality and validity of available data, the development of
biomarkers significantly improves the credibility of the research and ultimately our understanding of diet and disease
relationships. Mayne's evaluation of both carotenoids and fatty acids at Yale Cancer Center brings significant promise into
two areas of cancer research and prevention.
LifePak® Certified by BSCG™
Pharmanex® has obtained independent certification of LifePak® Anti-Aging Formula through the Banned
Substances Control Group (BSCG™). With BSCG certification, Pharmanex® distributors get the
continued assurance that LifePak® is free of anabolic agents and stimulants banned by major athletic
organizations. This testing assures athletes and sports associations that they can experience the multiple
benefits of our comprehensive supplement with confidence.
The announcement of LifePak’s certification with BSCG comes just two weeks after LifePak was
certified by NSF® and ConsumerLab.com®. By passing these three independent testing programs,
Pharmanex has once again proven that the 6S® Quality Process is a standard in the industry for quality
and safety. The 6S Process gives Pharmanex users the confidence of knowing that all precautions and
efforts have been taken to ensure a line of absolutely safe products that absolutely work.
What does BSCG test for?
BSCG’s ongoing testing program tests LifePak for 80+ substances banned by the International Olympic
Committee (IOC), World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA),
National Football League (NFL), National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), and many other
professional and amateur sports leagues. The testing performed by BSCG reinforces that LifePak is free
from stimulants, such as ephedrine, and anabolic agents, such as androstenedione and other steroids.
BSCG is the only certification program in the United States that uses an IOC/WADA accredited
laboratory for all analyses. The detection limits used by BSCG are the lowest detection limits for any
similar program worldwide. A unique aspect of BSCG’s testing program is that it is an ongoing
certification process that certifies every batch of LifePak using validated methods tailored to the product
How can I learn more?
More information about the BSCG certification program can be found at http://www.bscgi.org. The
BSCG logo will be featured on LifePak packaging and in marketing materials, demonstrating our
commitment to quality.
Founded by professionals with many years of experience in the field of anti-doping analytical work,
Banned Substances Control Group addresses the concern that dangerous banned substances can be found
in dietary supplements, even when these substances are not listed as ingredients. BSCG assists
responsible dietary supplement manufacturers by certifying that a sample of their product was tested for a
list of banned substances, and no banned substances were found in that sample above the detection limits.
Physician Scanner Income Projections
$20......Charge patients to get scanned*
$10......“Scan Bonus” per new patient on LifePak ADP
$15......Per patient per month they remain on LifePak
$ 5.......“Re-scan Bonus” to re-scan patient every 30 days
$250....Total per patient per year**
50 patients on LifePak or G3: $12,500/yr.
100 patients on LifePak or G3: $25,000/yr.
200 patients on LifePak or G3: $50,000/yr.
500 patients on LifePak or G3: $125,000/yr.
1,000 patients on LifePak or G3: $250,000/yr.
• * $20 charge is now recommended charge per scan only. Doctor can charge more or less.
• ** Free “subsequent scan certificates” are sent every 30 days to patients as long as they remain on LifePak
Automatic Delivery. $5 is then paid to scanner lessee from Pharmanex.
Scanner Placement Program (SPP)
The following represents your earnings overrides by participating in the Scanner
Placement Program, and placing scanners with Healthcare Professionals (HCP’s). Most
HCP’s in our target market have an existing patient base of 1,000-10,000 people that they
can get scanned and get on the Pharmanex products.
$120........per new scanner lessee who orders Executive Order
$5.00.......Override per patient per month they remain on
LifePak or G3
10 Scanners with 100 patients/each: $5,000/mo.
20 Scanners with 100 patientss/each: $10,000/mo.
50 Scanners with 100 patients/each: $25,000/mo.
100 Scanners with 100 patients/each: $50,000/mo.
*Projection assumes Executive earnings level.