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Please feel free to comment, so I may modify this appropriately, or help Do you refer to other modalities or tests?

I invite people to investigate this valuable additional resource to their practices. Contact pk.saunders@virgin.net to start properly.

I am looking for quality people who will do their homework to assess the company and the science. This is a call for people with a Professional attitude.

1) Candidates will need to establish that there is a fit in our values and theirs

2) Typically candidates will want to assess the people around them, that can provide inspiration

3) Want to know they are compensated fairly

4) Want to know that they can develop useful skills

Contact me below to find out more and get yourself measured locally to you. (pk.saunders@virgin.net)

Researchers at the Huntsman Cancer Institute have developed the Biophotonic Scanner. Initially developed to look at eye health, this remarkable machine was developed to look at carotenoids in human tissue. This is a new, cutting-edge testing device that safely and easily measures a carotenoid antioxidant biomarker that provides immediate evidence of antioxidant activity.

Backed by over 30,000 papers in 30 years of research

Is this valid?

This has been subject to clinical trials comparing to blood tests, with a greater degree of accuracy

So what can I do about it?

Having now measured 2 million people, the data is there showing the effects of smoking, obesity and the benefits of a healthy diet and supplementation. Under licence to US olympic committee. Certified banned-substance free.

So what is the bottom line? contact me to find out more

20 minutes in front of a broadband connection - and we can go through this properly online. thank you

pk.saunders@virgin.net

Peter Saunders osteopath
Enginering Science Oxford University
Background in finance and health care since 1987


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