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MonaVie Introduces Non-Invasive Technology Device to Measure Antioxidant Levels in the Body
Date:1/24/2013

(PRWEB) January 24, 2013

MonaVie, a global leader in premium nutrition products made from the rarest ingredients in the world, will release its new MonaVie VIEW Antioxidant Scanner at the company’s “Get a VIEW” Conference in Orlando, January 31–February 2, 2013.

What is MonaVie VIEW?

MonaVie Antioxidant Scanner (“VIEW”) is a non-invasive device that measures the level of antioxidants in the body and provides a quantifiable antioxidant score known as a Life Score. The Life Score is a numerical representation of antioxidant activity in the body, providing customers insight into their body’s ability to protect itself against free radicals and oxidative damage.

How it works

Developed by Dr. Werner Gellerman and a team of physicists, the VIEW scanner uses a light scanned against the skin of the index finger to detect the presence of antioxidants. The VIEW scanner detects and measures the backscattered light to create a score of antioxidants present in the skin.

How VIEW is different from other MonaVie products

MonaVie VIEW is positioned at the crossroads of the health and wellness and technology industries. VIEW is not a product, per se; rather it is a tool—a technology device or hi tech gadget, similar to health devices that can be seen at such major events as the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The purpose of VIEW is to prove the value and efficacy of MonaVie VIEW certified products.

How VIEW benefits consumers

MonaVie Health and Nutrition Expert Mark Macdonald stated: “The VIEW scanner provides you with an immediate, clear picture of your overall cellular health in the most non-invasive, efficient way. Knowing your Life Score gives you the necessary information you need to take immediate action and begin implementing the right concepts to increase your score and improve the health of your cells.”

How VIEW benefits MonaVie distributors

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