What if there was a machine that could help determine how long you can live? Seems like a long shot, right? Well, there is in fact a machine on the market that can help determine the amount of antioxidants in your system, and researchers have found that the amount of antioxidants maintained within the body are directly proportional to your potential lifespan.
The BioPhotonic Scanner available through the PharmanexMD Antioxidant Scanner Program, which was recently featured on an episode of the popular Dr. Oz television show, is a cutting-edge antioxidant scanner with the technology to measure the level of antioxidants in the body’s tissue through the use of an LED light. It is painless and the results are instant! Just like the entire audience on that day’s episode of the Dr Oz show, you too can know within seconds what your nutritional levels are, and therefore take the proper steps to improve upon them if necessary.
So what exactly are antioxidants? They are simply the nutrients and enzymes (vitamins, minerals, and proteins) that your body needs to function properly and ward off disease. In fact, research indicates that people with a low level of antioxidants have an increased risk of several chronic diseases including: coronary heart disease, stroke, osteoporosis, Alzheimer’s disease, Rheumatoid arthritis, cataracts, and the big one – cancer.
Additionally, due to the link between low levels of antioxidants and periodontal disease, the results of a BioPhotonic Scanner test can help your Austin dentist keep his eye on your oral health and recommend the proper nutrient supplements necessary to restore your health. This is especially important if you are getting dental implants because low levels of antioxidants can indicate a longer healing time.
If you are interested in discovering your antioxidant levels with the BioPhotonic Scanner, contact the office of Austin cosmetic dentist Dr. Dan Matthews to schedule an appointment today. His office of trained staff can help get you back on the right track to higher antioxidant levels and an overall healthier you.