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Pharmanex Live better…longer Get the world their number!

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Scanner - A powerful business tool An Extraordinary Business with Global Exclusive Rights on a Proprietary Patented Technology Key Patent issued March 20, 2001 –8 Patents Total in the US, Europe and Asia

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A disruptive technology - measuring carotenoids at the site of action Take 14-21 days and invasive Complicated and expensive Instantaneous and non- invasive Simple and at site of action

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Simple explanation of how the scanner works: Which part of the equation that you dont understand?! Let {X n } be a strictly stationary symmetrical and j be mixing sequence of random variables, E X 1 = 0, S n = å n j=1 X j, s 2 n = D S n, lim n®µ s n = µ, S n = max 1£ k £ n S k, x + = max(0, x). Theorem. Suppose that there exist constants R > 0, b > 0, 0 0 such that j(t) £ R exp{-bt}, E |X 1 | 2+s £ C 0. Then for any e > 0 there exists C = C(R, b, e, s, C 0 ) < µ such that sup x | P(S n /s n £ x) - Ö (2/p) ò 0 x+ exp{- y 2 /2} dy | £ Cn -g+e, where g = min (1/15, s/(4s+2))

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What do we measure? – Carotenoids? Examples of carotenoids –beta-Carotene (carrots), Lutein (vegetables, corn), Lycopene (tomatoes) An important member of the bodys health and well- being network Unique chemical structure produces Raman effect

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Scanner score # people Population study

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Optimal fruit & veg. Intake Vs. scanner score 1.6 1.9 2.5 2.3 0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 1 or Less2 to 34 to 56 or More Reported Daily Fruit & Vegetable Servings Scanner score n = 534n = 649n = 137n = 30 p < 0.01

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Scanner readings by ethnicity 0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 Wh-Cauc.AsianHisp./L.Am.African Am.Am. Indian n = 1111 n = 70 n = 35 n = 8 n = 6

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1.9 1.2 0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 Non-SmokersSmokers n = 1020n = 58 Effect of smoking on scanner score

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Scanner Readings vs. LifePak Usage 1.8 2.0 2.5 0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 NoneIrregularOne/Day n = 87 n = 192 n = 694 p < 0.05

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Individual Changes, Days 1-28 0 0.5 1,0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 Day 1 Day 28 n = 25

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5.0+ 3.7 to 4.9 2.4 to 3.6 1.4 to 2.3 0.5 to 1.3 A B C D E Scan Number Lowest carotenoid levels protection Highest carotenoid levels protection

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Scanner - a LifePak lie detector Leadership position –Competitive lock-out Customer acquisition - the whole array of PC and PX products A transforming technology –Paradigm shift in nutrition business - quantum, not incremental

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What the number (scanner score) doesnt mean Definitely not a disease marker –No correlation with any disease One vegetarian lunch will not change the score Not an absolute value - it is a range

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Variation in health biomarkers Glucose: 65 -110 mg/dl Calcium: 8.4 -10.2 mg/dl CO2: 19 - 30 mmol/l Cholesterol: 158 -199 mg/dl Triglycerides: 58 -149 mg/dl Scanner: 1.5 0.3; 4.5 0.5

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scanner Get the world their number! LifePak has a face Unique ability to measure

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Business objectives + Recruiting Retention Volume (ADP)

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Impact of the Scanner on the nutrition business Only Pharmanex can measure carotenoids non- invasively Only our distributors have access to scanner Only company that can demonstrate product (LifePak) efficacy Only Pharmanex has scanner for the next 17 years

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No one else can even get close Pharmanex science Pharmanex products Pharmanex yardstick Convergence of forces

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Sometimes you need to let go of old habits

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Now Pharmanex can provide on-going measurement and motivation every 60 days to monitor your carotenoid levels We set the pace!

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WASHINGTON, July 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Daily intake of natural Vitamin E is recommended as a leading method to counter forgetfulness, according to the Johns Hopkins Medical Letter, "Health After 50." Dr. Peter V. Rabins, a psychiatrist and medical editor at Johns Hopkins, recommends "taking 400 IU (international units) to l,000 IU of natural Vitamin E daily."

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Simple explanation of how the scanner works: Which part of the equation that you dont understand?! Let {X n } be a strictly stationary symmetrical and j be mixing sequence of random variables, E X 1 = 0, S n = å n j=1 X j, s 2 n = D S n, lim n®µ s n = µ, S n = max 1£ k £ n S k, x + = max(0, x). Theorem. Suppose that there exist constants R > 0, b > 0, 0 0 such that j(t) £ R exp{-bt}, E |X 1 | 2+s £ C 0. Then for any e > 0 there exists C = C(R, b, e, s, C 0 ) < µ such that sup x | P(S n /s n £ x) - Ö (2/p) ò 0 x+ exp{- y 2 /2} dy | £ Cn -g+e, where g = min (1/15, s/(4s+2))

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The proverbial needle in a haystack! Can you measure the height of a person in this photo?

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Scanner - A year ago Scanner did not work as a toaster

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Aging = Rusting more than just a problem for the Tin Man Examples of human rusting DNA –Mitochondrial genes –Nuclear genes Fats –Cholesterol, Proteins –Collagen, elastin, and muscle (skin and joints)

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