Pharmanex Biophotonic Scanner S3 | Measure Your Antioxidant Levels

Pharmanex Biophotonic Scanner S3. Measure Your Antioxidant Levels.

Pharmanex Biophotonic Scanner S3
Pharmanex Biophotonic Scanner S3

In what ways does the S3 bioPhotonic scanner differ from other types of scanners? With the Pharmanex BioPhotonic Scanner, it is possible to non-invasively measure the levels of carotenoids in skin tissues using the long-established science of Raman spectroscopy. In just a few seconds, you will be able to obtain your Skin Carotenoid Score (SCS) by placing your palm in front of the Scanner’s low-energy blue light. In fruits and vegetables, carotenoids are the organic pigments that give them their red, orange, and yellow colors. In general, the more colorful fruits and vegetables you consume, the more carotenoids your body will receive, and the higher your SCS will be.

Testing of nutrition and antioxidants. There is current evidence that antioxidants may reduce your risk of (and slow the progression of) cancer, heart disease, diabetes complications, cataracts, macular degeneration, dementia, and many other conditions. As well as decreasing pain and inflammation, antioxidants have also been shown to slow down the aging process, boost the immune system, and speed recovery times.
Using our exclusive technology, Barone Spinal Care and Performance can detect antioxidant levels in the body. Chiropractic patients are recommended to undergo an antioxidant scan using the Pharmanex® BioPhotonic Scanner S3 as part of their regular chiropractic care. The Pharmanex® BioPhotonic Scanner S3 provides an immediate indication of a person’s antioxidant status by measuring carotenoid levels in living tissue non-invasively.
Pharmanex BioPhotonic Scanners provide extraordinary technology that is personalized, revolutionized, and simplified. You receive a score after placing your hand in front of the scanner’s blue light. This score will enable you to improve your antioxidant levels through nutrition and supplementation. If you are currently taking vitamins, this scanner will provide an indication of how well they are working.
It will also discuss how factors such as the food you eat, your weight, your fitness level, and your stress level can influence your antioxidant levels. The Journal of The American Medical Association (JAMA) published a landmark article on June 19, 2002, which recommended that adults take vitamin supplements in order to prevent chronic diseases. It is our belief that this technology is the gold standard for the identification of carotenoid antioxidants in human tissue. For more information on the S3 Scanner, contact me at