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Health check up at your area just at the cost of 300 rs/person. 34 tests in just 1 minute with the help of Quantum Magnetic resonance analyzer

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Health check up at your area just at the cost of 300 rs/person

  2. 2. Welcome! Welcome! Welcome! We are Presenting a live demonstration on how to use ‘Quantum magnetic Resonance Analyzer’ for your commercial benefits as well as to remain healthier!
  3. 3. Address:- 402 E/14 Dhavalgiri CHSL Ashokvan Borivali East Mumbai 400066 Tel:- 02228972225
  4. 4. How the machine looks?
  5. 5. In Quantum medical area, the fundamental reason for people suffering disease is that the spinning & the orbiting of the electron have changed, which makes the atoms change, which causes the biological micro molecule changes, , the biological macro molecule changes, gradually, the whole cell starts to change & ultimately the whole organ changes. The frequency & the energy of the magnetic field are measured by holding the sensor with hand. the atom change, which causes the biological micro molecule change . Quantum resonance is based on this theory.
  6. 6. We are not responsible for the following situations: 1. If any customer takes this result to any Doctor. 2. If any customer have installed any pacemaker / any metal rod in his body & do not inform beforehand.
  7. 7. 34 tests in 1 minute! 1. Cardiovascular & Cerebrovascular 2. Gastrointestinal 3. Liver fn. 4. Gall bladder fn. 5. Pancreas fn. 6. Kidney fn. 7. Lung fn. 8. Brain nerve 9. Bone disease (Arthritis) 10. Bone mineral density 11. Rheumatoid bone disease (Rheumatoid Arthritis) 12. Blood Sugar 13. Basic Physical Quality 14. Human Toxins 15. Trace elements 16. Endocrine system 17. Immune System
  8. 8. 18. Prostrate/ Gynecology 19. Male sexual fn./ Breast 20. Skin 21. Amino acid 22. Heavy metals 23. Allergen 24. Eye 25. Obesity 26. Vitamins 27. Channels & collaterals 28. Sperm & semen 29. Pulse of heart & brain 30 Blood lipids 31. Elements of human 32. Bone Growth Index 33. Coenzymes 34. Collagen.
  9. 9. Testimonials 1. Mr. Karkera has been suggested long before that he should check his cholesterol after checking on this machine. He did not, suffered from heart disease. His mobile no. 9222206434 2. Mr. Prashant Sawant has been suggested to check his prostate stone. Paid attention & now he is cured . His mob. No. 9820335173 3. Mr. Vilas Sawant has been suggested that he is not getting sufficient blood supply to his brain. He checked with diff. technology with a D.M.L.T. pathologist paying 4000 Rs.:- Same result. His mobile no. 9869411055.
  10. 10. It is based on quantum medical & scientifically analyzes the human cell’s weak magnetic field collected by advanced electronic device. The analyzer can work out the customer’s health situation & main problems. According to the checking result, the analyzer can figure out the reasonable treatment recommendation.
  11. 11. The human body is the collective body of large no. of cells, which are in continuous growth, development, differentiation, regeneration & death. The cells renew themselves by self-division. There are about 25,000,000 cells dividing in adult human body per second & the dividing speed of the blood cells is about 10,00,00,000/s. During the process of dividing & growth, the nucleus & the extra nuclear electron, the basic components of the cell with electricity, are making the high-speed movement & changing. In the meanwhile, the electromagnetic waves stand for the diff. specific states of human body, such as healthy state, sub-healthy state & disease state. In diff. states, the corresponding electromagnetic waves are different. Thus we can check out the human body state if these specific electromagnetic waves are detected.
  12. 12. 1. These reports are 95% correct. Not 100% 2. No Doctor will approve it because this technology is new to them. 3. If u come to us for authencitization, we do not guarantee it. 4. The machine can be used to make customer aware of their life style/ degenerative diseases which can occur in future & take precautions about it or to prevent them. 5. Some say that, I met this person yesterday, he was fine. Today he has got stroke, paralysis, cancer etc. Actually this is not the case. These diseases are growing in our bodies for years. This is not case of 1 day. It happens because of our lifestyle. If u know in advance, with proper treatment & precaution it can be prevented.
  13. 13. The food pyramid Sweets Milk Products Fresh fruits/Green Vegetables Grains/Dal A lot of Doctors assure you that if you eat a little of everything, you will be well nourished The problem is you cannot eat little of everything.
  14. 14. 1.Because you don’t know neither what foods you must eat nor the quantity needed, most people choose the wrong foods & eat up malnourished. 2.There are foods that make people diabetic, fat, cause gastritis etc. 3.That’s the point. For Doctors, the food is O.K. Your body should resist disease. If not, then the problem is in the body, not in food.
  15. 15. 1.If a person gets ill/sick from bad nutrition. 2.What is the solution? 3.Improve the nutrition. 4.The easiest (& the cheapest) way to good nutrition is by adding nutritional supplements.
  16. 16. Nutrition Chart Required This you need to eat to have great health Real Intake This you eat & spoil your health. Calories-25cal/Kg Proteins-1gm/Kg Carbohydrates Fats-1gm/Kg Cholesterol Fibre-500mg/Kg 1600 Cal/day 65gms 300ghs 60gms/Kg 200mg 30gm 4000Cal/day 40gms 600gms 160gms/kg 750mg 12gm Source: Institute of Nutrition
  17. 17. Health Guide Calorie Chart Food Categories Measure Calories Milk Products Whole milk 225ml (1 cup) 150 Paneer (Whole milk) 60gms 150 Butter 1 Tbsp 45 Ghee 1 Tbsp 45 Fruits Apple 1 small 50-60 Banana ½ Medium 50-60 Grapes 15 small 50-60 Mango ½ small 50-60 Mosambi 1 Medium 50-60 Orange 1 Medium 50-60
  18. 18. Cereal Cooked Cereal ½ cup 80 Rice cooked 25gms 80 Chapati 1 Medium 80 Starchy Vegetables Potato 1 Medium 80 Dals 1 large Katori 80 Mixed Vegetables 150 gms 80 Protein/Meat Fish 50 gms 55 Mutton 1 Oz 75 Egg 1 item 75
  19. 19. Cooked food Biscuit (sweet) 15 gms 70 Cake (plain) 50 gms 135 Cake (rich chocolate) 50 gms 225 Dosa (plain) 1 medium 135 Dosa (masala) 1 medium 250 Pakoda 50 gms 175 Puri 1 large 85 Samosa 1 piece 140 Medu Vada 1 small 70 Main dish Biryani (mutton) 1 cup 225 Biryani (veg) 1 cup 200 Curry (Chicken) 100 gms 225 Curry (veg) 100 gms 130 Fried fish 85 gms 140 Pulav veg 100 gms 130
  20. 20. Sweet dish Carrot Halwa 45 gms 165 Jalebi 20 gms 100 Kheer 100 gms 180 Rasgulla 50 gms 140 Beverages Beer 12 F.Oz 150 Cola 200ml 90 Wine 3.5 P.Oz 85
  21. 21. Why Nutrition is important? World Health Organisation statistics (WHO) A. 70% of Doctor’s visits are due to poor nutrition. B.70% people die due to 3 Killer diseases: I. Stroke } II. Cancer } DIABETES III.Cardiovascular diseases } IV.C. 50% of these deaths can be avoided if these people improve their NUTRITION.
  22. 22. 100% health Excess Fat Oil, Salt, Sugar Junk/fast food Pollution, Chemicals, Fertilisers, medication Irregular habits, sedentary lifestyle & Stress or Tension When u r born, u do not have diabetes, heart attack , high B.P. etc. As u grow, u suffer from these diseases because, there are some excesses & some deficiencies in your body. These are Deficiency 15 Vitamins,14 minerals, Proteins (10 amino acids), Essential fatty acids, pure water, Fiber, Herbs, activities
  23. 23. Calculate BMI & find weight status FAT MEN WOMEN RANGE 14-17% 21-23% NORMAL/OKAY 17-19% 23-25% ACCEPTABLE 19-21% 25-27% 1ST PHASE OBESE (RISK) 21-23% 27-29% 2ND PHASE OBESE (MORE RISK) 23-25% 29-30% 3RD PHASE OBESE (DANGER) BMI (BODY MASS INDEX) 18.5-24.9 Normal Range for Men/Women 18.5 Under weight 24.9 Over weight Weight in kilograms BMI (kg/m2)= Height in meters2
  24. 24. Lose/ Gain weight Height Weight Men (Kgs) Women Height Weight Men (Kgs) Women 1.52m (5’,0”) 1.54m (5’-1”) 1.57m (5’-2”) 1.59m (5’-3”) 1.62m (5’-4”) 1.65m (5’-5”) 1.67m (5’-6”) - - 58 59 61 63 64 52 53 54 56 58 60 62 1.70m (5’,7”) 1.72m (5’-8”) 1.75m (5’-9”) 1.80m (5’- 10”) 1.82m (5’- 11”) 1.85m (6’-0”) 1.87m (6’-2”) 66 68 70 73 76 78 80 63 65 66 70 71 - - Source: Journal of Indian medical association
  26. 26. 150 gms of protein required/ day for a man & 100 gms for a woman. 35 gms of fiber/day required. Essential 14 minerals a day & 15 vitamins & (antioxidants) to reduce the effects of ageing. Let me show you… A) 90% ladies are anemic. Their hemoglobin levels are not even 11 because of absence of folic acid in their daily diet. B) We need to have 300 mg magnesium daily (eggs/Banana…30mg) C) Calcium cannot be absorbed alone… must be with other nutrients like C vitamin, D Vitamin etc. D) Fiber-35mg/day 4 bunch of spinach for 1 person…& not 1 for 4, not in Palak Paneer form but boiled or 7 Oranges/ day.
  27. 27. Vitamin (common names) Benefits Recommended amount (daily RDA* or daily AI**) Upper limit (UL) per day Good food sources Did you know? VITAMIN A (Retinol, retinal, and retinoic acid — three active forms of vitamin A in the body — are retinoids, "preformed" vitamin A. Beta carotene can easily be converted to vitamin A as needed.) Essential for vision Lycopene may lower prostate cancer risk Keeps tissues and skin healthy. Plays an important role in bone growth. Diets rich in the carotenoids alpha carotene and lycopene seem to lower lung cancer risk. Carotenoids act as antioxidants. Foods rich in the carotenoids lutein and Zeaxanthin may protect against cataracts M: 900 mcg (3,000 IU)W: 700 mcg (2,333 IU)Some supplements report vitamin A in international units (IU’s). 3,000 mcg (about 10,000 IU) Sources of retinoids: beef, liver, eggs, shrimp, fish, fortified milk, cheddar cheese, Swiss cheese Sources of beta carotene: sweet potatoes, carrots, pumpkins, squash, spinach, mangoes, turnip greens Many people get too much preformed vitamin A from food and supplements.Large amounts of supplemental vitamin A (but not beta carotene) can be harmful to bones. THIAMIN (vitamin B1) Helps convert food into energy Needed for healthy skin, hair, muscles, and brain M: 1.2 mg, W: 1.1 mg Not known Pork chops, ham, soymilk, watermelons, acorn squash Most nutritious foods have some thiamin. RIBOFLAVIN (vitamin B2) Helps convert food into energy Needed for healthy skin, hair, blood, and brain M: 1.3 mg, W: 1.1 mg Not known Milk, yogurt, cheese, whole and enriched grains and cereals, liver Most Americans get enough of this nutrient. NIACIN (vitamin B3, nicotinic acid) Helps convert food into energy Essential for healthy skin, blood cells, brain, and nervous M: 16 mg, W: 14 mg 35 mg Meat, poultry, fish, fortified and whole grains, mushrooms, potatoes, peanut butter Niacin occurs naturally in food and can also be made by your body from the amino acid
  28. 28. CHOLINE Helps make and release the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, which aids in many nerve and brain activitiesPlays a role in metabolizing and transporting fats M: 550 mg, W: 425 mg 3,500 mg Many foods, especially milk, eggs, liver, and peanuts No rmally the body makes small amounts of choline. But experts don’t know whether this amount is enough at certain ages. VITAMIN D (calciferol) Helps maintain normal blood levels of calcium and phosphorus, which strengthen bonesHelps form teeth and bonesSupplements can reduce the number of non-spinal fractures 31–50: 5 mcg (200 IU) 51–70: 10 mcg (400 IU) 71+: 15 mcg (600 IU) 50 mcg (2,000 IU) Fortified milk or margarine, fortified cereals, fatty fish Many people don’t get enough of this nutrient.While the body uses sunlight to make vitamin D, it cannot make enough if you live in northern climes or don’t spend much time in the sun. VITAMIN E (alpha-tocopherol) Acts as an antioxidant, neutralizing unstable molecules that can damage cellsProtects vitamin A and certain lipids from damageDiets rich in vitamin E may help prevent Alzheimer’s diseaseSupplements may protect against prostate cancer M: 15 mg, W: 15 mg (15 mg equals about 22 IU from natural sources of vitamin E and 33 IU from synthetic vitamin E) 1,000 mg (nearly 1,500 IU natural vitamin E; 2,200 IU synthetic) Wide variety of foods, including vegetable oils, salad dressings and margarines made with vegetable oils, wheat germ, leafy green vegetables, whole grains, nuts Vitamin E does not prevent wrinkles or slow other aging processes.
  29. 29. FOLIC ACID (folate, folacin) Vital for new cell creationHelps prevent brain and spine birth defects when taken early in pregnancy; should be taken regularly by all women of child-bearing age since women may not know they are pregnant in the first weeks of pregnancyCan lower levels of homocysteine and may reduce heart disease risk May reduce risk for colon cancerOffsets breast cancer risk among women who consume alcohol M: 400 mcg, W: 400 mcg 1,000 mcg Fortified grains and cereals, asparagus, okra, spinach, turnip greens, broccoli, legumes like black-eyed peas and chickpeas, orange juice, tomato juice Many people don’t get enough of this nutrient.Occasionally, folic acid masks a B12 deficiency, which can lead to severe neurological complications. That’s not a reason to avoid folic acid; just be sure to get enough B12.
  30. 30. Mineral (common names) Benefits Recommended amount (daily RDA* or daily AI**) Upper limit (UL) per day Good food sources Did you know? CALCIUM Builds and protects bones and teeth Helps with muscle contractions and relaxation, blood clotting, and nerve impulse transmission Plays a role in hormone secretion and enzyme activation Helps maintain healthy blood pressure 31–50: M: 1,000 mg, W: 1,000 mg 51+: M: 1,200 mg, W: 1,200 mg 2,500 mg Yogurt, cheese, milk, tofu, sardines, salmon, fortified juices, leafy green vegetables, such as broccoli and kale (but not spinach or Swiss chard, which have binders that lessen absorption) Adults absorb roughly 30% of calcium ingested, but this can vary depending on the source.Diets very high in calcium may increase the risk of prostate cancer. CHLORIDE Balances fluids in the bodyA component of stomach acid, essential to digestion Food and Nutrition Board 1989 guidelines: M: 750 mg, W: 750 mg Not known Salt (sodium chloride), soy sauce, processed foods New recommendations (DRIs) for chloride are under development by the Institute of Medicine. CHROMIUM Enhances the activity of insulin, helps maintain normal blood glucose levels, and is needed to free energy from glucose 31–50: M: 35 mcg, W: 25 mcg 51+: M: 30 mcg, W: 20 mcg Not known Meat, poultry, fish, some cereals, nuts, cheese Unrefined foods such as brewer’s yeast, nuts, and cheeses are the best sources of chromium. COPPER Plays an important role in iron metabolismHelps make red blood cells M: 900 mcg, W: 900 mcg 10,000 mcg Liver, shellfish, nuts, seeds, whole-grain products, beans, prunes More than half of the copper in foods is absorbed. FLUORIDE Encourages strong bone formationKeeps dental cavities from starting or worsening M: 4 mg, W: 3 mg 10 mg Water that is fluoridated, toothpaste with fluoride, marine fish, teas Harmful to children in excessive amounts.
  31. 31. IODINE Part of thyroid hormone, which helps set body temperature and influences nerve and muscle function, reproduction, and growthPrevents goiter and a congenital thyroid disorder M: 150 mcg, W: 150 mcg 1,100 mcg Iodized salt, processed foods, seafood To prevent iodine deficiencies, some countries add iodine to salt, bread, or drinking water. IRON Helps hemoglobin in red blood cells and myoglobin in muscle cells ferry oxygen throughout the bodyNeeded for chemical reactions in the body and for making amino acids, collagen, neurotransmitters, and hormones 31–50: M: 8 mg, W: 18 mg 51+: M: 8 mg, W: 8 mg 45 mg Red meat, poultry, eggs, fruits, green vegetables, fortified bread and grain products Many women of childbearing age don’t get enough iron.Women who do not menstruate probably need the same amount of iron as men.Because iron is harder to absorb from plants, experts suggest vegetarians get twice the recommended amount (assuming the source is food). MAGNESIUM Needed for many chemical reactions in the body Works with calcium in muscle contraction, blood clotting, and regulation of 31+: M: 420 mg, W: 320 mg350 mg (Note: This upper limit applies to supplements and medicines, such as laxatives, not to dietary Green vegetables such as spinach and broccoli, legumes, cashews, sunflower seeds and other seeds, halibut, whole- The majority of magnesium in the body is found in bones. If your blood levels are low, your body may tap into these reserves to
  32. 32. MANGANESE Helps form bonesHelps metabolize amino acids, cholesterol, and carbohydrates M: 2.3 mg, W: 1.8 mg 11 mg Nuts, legumes, whole grains, tea If you take supplements or have manganese in your drinking water, be careful not to exceed the upper limit. Those with liver damage or whose diets supply abundant manganese should be especially vigilant. MOLYBDENUM Part of several enzymes, one of which helps ward off a form of severe neurological damage in infants that can lead to early death M: 45 mcg, W: 45 mcg 2,000 mcg Legumes, nuts, grain products, milk Molybdenum deficiencies are rare. PHOSPHORUS Helps build and protect bones and teethPart of DNA and RNAHelps convert food into energyPart of phospholipids, which carry lipids in blood and help shuttle nutrients into and M: 700 mg, W: 700 mg 31–70: 4,000 mg 71+: 3,000 mg Wide variety of foods, including milk and dairy products, meat, fish, poultry, eggs, liver, green peas, broccoli, potatoes, almonds Certain drugs bind with phosphorus, making it unavailable and causing bone loss, weakness, and pain.
  33. 33. A good guide to good carbs: The glycemic index If you have diabetes, you know all too well that when you eat carbohydrates, your blood sugar goes up. The total amount of carbs you consume at a meal or in a snack mostly determines what your blood sugar will do. But the food itself also plays a role. A serving of white rice has almost the same effect as eating pure table sugar — a quick, high spike in blood sugar. A serving of lentils has a slower, smaller effect. Picking good sources of carbs can help you control your blood sugar and your weight. Even if you don’t have diabetes, eating healthier carbohydrate-rich foods can help ward off a host of chronic conditions, from heart disease to various cancers to, well, diabetes. One way to choose foods is with the glycemic index (GI). This tool measures how much a food boosts blood sugar. The glycemic index rates the effect of a specific amount of a food on blood sugar compared with the same amount of pure glucose. A food with a glycemic index of 28 boosts blood sugar only 28% as much as pure glucose. One with a GI of 95 acts like pure glucose
  34. 34. Using the glycemic index is easy: choose foods in the low GI category instead of those in the high GI category (see below), and go easy on those in between.  Low glycemic index (GI of 55 or less): Most fruits and vegetables, beans, minimally processed grains, low-fat dairy foods, and nuts.  Moderate glycemic index (GI 56 to 69): White and sweet potatoes, corn, white rice, breakfast cereals such as Cream of Wheat and Mini Wheats.  High glycemic index (GI of 70 or higher): White bread, rice cakes, most crackers, cakes, doughnuts, croissants, most packaged breakfast cereals. Swaps for lowering glycemic index Instead of this high-glycemic index food Eat this lower-glycemic index food White rice Brown rice or converted rice Instant oatmeal Steel-cut oats Cornflakes Bran flakes Baked potato Pasta, bulgur White bread Whole-grain bread Corn Peas or leafy greens
  35. 35. Protein sources Food Calories Protein (g) Carbohydrate (g) Saturated fat (g) Roasted chicken, white meat 130 23.1 0 0.9 Baked coho salmon 151 20.7 0 1.7 Roasted chicken, dark meat 151 19.8 0 2.1 Baked ham 151 19.2 0 2.7 Boiled green soybeans 127 11.1 10 0.7 Cottage cheese, 1% milk fat 61 10.5 2.3 0.6 Boiled black beans 114 7.6 20 0.1 Source: USDA National Nutrient Database
  36. 36. Putting it all together To your body, protein from pork chops looks and acts the same as protein from peanuts. What’s different is the protein “package” — the fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients that invariably come along with protein. The two Harvard studies add to a growing body of evidence that emphasizing plant protein sources is a better bet for long-term health. If you are overweight, shedding pounds can improve everything from your blood pressure to the way you feel. Do it the wrong way, though, and shrinking your waistline could also shrink the number of birthdays you get to celebrate. Instead of having bacon and eggs for breakfast, a burger for lunch, and steak for dinner, getting more of your protein from plants may help you steer clear of heart disease and live longer. Substituting healthy proteins Cutting back on red meat offers a life-extending dividend. In the Harvard study, adopting a diet with less than half a serving of red meat a day could have prevented about 1 in 10 deaths, says Dr. Walter Willett, a senior scientist on the team and chair of the departments of nutrition and epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health. Swapping out red meat for more healthful protein sources is another life-extending option. Six good choices include:  fish  chicken and turkey  nuts  beans  low-fat dairy products  whole grains Replacing one serving a day of red meat with one of these options reduced mortality in the study by 7% to 19%.
  37. 37. Fiber helps you lose weight, and here's why. "It fills your belly, it acts like a sponge, it's slower to be digested and absorbed, so it makes you feel full," says WebMD Weight Loss Clinic Dietitian Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD, LD. "It also provides bulk, which aids elimination, and it helps lower blood cholesterol." So where's the fiber? 1. Beans. Think three-bean salad, chili, soup. 2. Whole grains. That means whole-wheat bread etc. 3. Brown rice. White rice doesn't offer much fiber. 4. Popcorn. It's a great source of fiber. 5. Nuts. Almonds and walnuts have more fiber than other nuts. 6. Baked potato with skin. It's the skin that's important here. 7. Berries. All those seeds, plus the skin, give great fiber to any berry. 8. Bran cereal. Actually, any cereal that has 5 grams of fiber or more in a serving counts as high fiber. 9. Oatmeal. Whether its microwaved or stove-cooked, oatmeal is good fiber. 10. Vegetables. The crunchier, the better.
  38. 38. Advantages of Health check up to Life/Health insurance advisors 1. U can get new customers using our ‘application on letterhead’. 2. U get their ready data with address, age, height, weight, email address & their health status etc. 3. U can approach secretaries of societies, manager of diff. companies, M.L.A.s, corporators, election candidates, NGOs. 4. we will provide our reports 4 days after check up, so u can take them to their house & ask for life & health policies.
  39. 39. Quantum Health Care Health check up today for a healthy life tomorrow. Any day Any time
  40. 40. Dear valued Users Thank you for using our quantum resonant magnetic analyzer. If there is any question during the using process, pls. contact us. Nitant Pednekar 9870310961/ 7738947961/ 8419932955/ 8976365329/ 9769872807 Priti Khanvilkar 9870280800 Sunil Kapdi 9820090242 Office:- 02228972225