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1 Oct 24, 2013 BioEnergX Webinar By John W Brimhall, BA, BS, DC, FIAMA, DIBAK FUNCTION IS BEST EVALUATEDFUNCTION IS BEST EVALUATED by FOUNDATIONAL TESTING …Part II

2 Disclaimer i.The information, comments, and opinions expressed in this presentation are those of the speaker based on their own clinical experience and interpretation of the literature and for educational purposes only. Practitioners should evaluate the information, comments, and opinions using their own expertise coupled with an assessment for each patient. ii. The information in this presentation is neither approved nor endorsed by XYMOGEN. The content herein does not necessarily represent the views or brand of XYMOGEN formulas. None of the content herein has been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. XYMOGEN formulas are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

3 Disclosure I am not a XYMOGEN employee. I am a XYMOGEN customer. I will receive compensation from this presentation.

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5 On Left: Health Care Spending per capita. On Right : Life Expectancy

6 FOOD & SUPPLEMENTS are INFORMATION!

7 There are SIX major Interferences to Health and Wellness There are SIX major Interferences to Health and Wellness 1) Structural Interference 2) Electrical Pollution 3) Nutritional Interference 4) Allergies/ Sensitivities 5) Emotional Stress 6) Toxins

8 Spec Scan of Toxic Brain (Amen, MD)

9 Cortex Frontal - Initiation of voluntary motor movements Parietal - Initial processing of tactile & proprioceptive info Temporal -Hearing, Learning, Memory Occipital - Processing of Visual Info

10 Foundational Merkle Blood Panel Description: Complete Blood Count (CBC) with Differential and Platelet: White Blood Count Red Blood Count Hemoglobin Hematocrit MCV MCH MCHC Platelets Polys (SEGS-PMNS) Lymphocytes Monocytes Eosinophils Basophils Erythrocytes Sedimentation Rate—Westergren (ESR) CRP (C-Reactive Protein) Creatine Kinase Liver Panel: SGPT (AST) SGOT (ALT) GGT Lipid Panel: Total Cholesterol Triglyceride HDL Cholesterol LDL Cholesterol VLDL Cholesterol Total Cholesterol / HDL Ratio Thyroid Panel: T4 (Thyroxine) T3 Uptake Free Thyroxine Index (FTI / T7) TSH Vit D Blood Typing: ABO Grouping RH Factor Glucose Levels: Glucose, Serum (fasting) Hemoglobin A1C Comprehensive Metabolic Panel: Uric Acid Blood Urea Nitrogen [BUN] Creatinine BUN/ Creatinine Ratio Sodium Potassium Chloride Magnesium Calcium Phosphorus Calcium / Albumin Ratio Total Protein Albumin Globulin A/G Ratio Total Bilirubin Alkaline Phosphatase LDH Serum Iron Ferritin

11 Jane Doe NS, 2 y Female NUTRITION EVALUATION: 01/25/2010 Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone.

12 PATIENT: Jane Doe NS DATE OF ANALYSIS: 12/17/2009 SEX: F AGE: 2 BLOOD TYPE: B+ Tests Used for Analysis: PSS 11/28/09 Vitals 11/28/09 Hair 11/30/09 Blood 1/13/10 Vitals: Height: 2’8” Weight: 21LBS 1. UNDERWEIGHT 2. NOT TALKING 3. POOR TRUNK STRENGTH 4. NOT WALKING 5. PULLS SELF UP AND CAN’ STAND LONG Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone.

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14 Mark Hyman, M.D. Reports There are 287 drugs found in the umbilical cords of babies today on average.

15 20,000 Industrial Facilities are Releasing Toxic Chemicals Daily Over 4 billion pounds of toxic chemicals are released by industry into the nation's environment each year, including 72 million pounds of recognized carcinogens

16 “ Please refer to that paid to do a Ten American’s study, $13,000 per child. They selected at random the cord blood from children across the US and reported on the:www.ewg.org Neurotoxins, endocrine disruptors and carcinogens found in every child. Mount Sinai does 220 chemicals for $4900 and has found no child is clean,."

17 Name: Jane Doe age 2 years _ NSLab: LabCorp Blood Test Results Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone.

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19 VITAMIN AND SUPPLEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS PATIENT: Jane Doe – NS SEX: F AGE: 2 WEIGHT: 21lbs Supplement Number Uranium Detox (Homeopathic) Detox Support Adrenal Methyl Support B (Activated) EFA’s (Krill) Vit C Super Chelation Support Co-Q-10 1 Liver Detox 2 Iodine Support VRL or Immune Support Heart Support 2 Mineral Support 1 E Selenium 1 Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone.

20 Jane Doe CR, 17 y Female NUTRITION EVALUATION : 04/01/2010 Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone.

21 PATIENT: Jane Doe CR DATE OF ANALYSIS: 04/01/2010 SEX: F AGE: 17 BLOOD TYPE: B+ Tests Used for Analysis: Hair 3/23/10 PSS 3/30/10 Vitals 3/30/10 Urinalysis 3/30/10 Blood 3/30/10 Vitals: Height: 5'6" Weight: 145 Blood Pressure: 106 / 68 O2 Level: 83% Heart Rate: 95 Primary Symptoms: 1. Lupus 2. Indigestion 3. Poor Concentration/Memory 4. Anxiety/Stress Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone.

22 Name: Jane Doe _ CRLab: LabCorp Blood Test Results Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone.

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24 Interpreting Blood Lab Results On the right hand side of your blood test results found later in this report, you'll see there is a Healthy Range and a Clinical Range. This Healthy Range is a more narrow range than the Clinical Range. Any test value outside of the Healthy Range indicates that it is not as good as it should be or it may be a sign of a developing condition that isn't bad enough to need medical treatment at this point. These test values that are outside of the Healthy Range are highlighted in yellow. The Clinical Range is a much broader range and is what the medical community uses. Any test value outside of the Clinical Range indicates a disease process. Test values "low" or "high" outside of the Clinical Range are highlighted in red. Test values that are "very low" or "very high" outside of the Clinical Range are highlighted in blue. Interpreting Hair Lab Results The measurement of hair element levels is a screening test for physiological excess, deficiency, or maldistribution. Hair element analysis is not a diagnostic test of element function, and hair element levels (either high or low) are not always indicative of pathology. This is because hair levels of some elements can be influenced by many factors such as shampoo, swimming pool and spa water and hair treatments. Because of pollution, industry, and other environmental factors, there is no way you can totally eliminate your exposure to some of these toxic elements. However, there are things we can do daily to limit or reduce our exposure to these toxic elements and therefore lessening the total toxic burden on your body. For each elevated toxic element the most common sources of exposure are highlighted. Coronary Risk Assessment Total Cholesterol: 110 HDL Cholesterol: 22 LDL Cholesterol: 67 VLDL Cholesterol: 21 Coronary Risk Assessment: 5.00 Moderate Risk The coronary risk is determined by taking the total cholesterol and dividing it by the HDL. To reduce your risk of cardiovascular problems a value below 4 is recommended. The Total Cholesterol is determined by adding the HDL, LDL, and VLDL together. Recent studies have shown a correlation between a high HDL and longevity. Think of HDL as the Healthy cholesterol and generally the higher the better. LDL is the bad cholesterol, as it tends to plug the arteries. The VLDL is the Very worst cholesterol and is more like sludge. Lower is better for the LDL and VLDL in determining coronary risk and overall health. Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone.

25 Hypercholesterolemia The Cholesterol is a little low. Cholesterol is very important in the immune system, production of hormones, energy, cell and nerve structures. Make sure you get enough of the good fats in your diet, preferably more plant fats, such as avocados, almonds, flax-seed oil, pumpkin seeds and olive oil. No hydrogenated fats or oils are allowed. Nutrients*: Essential fatty acids; LipiChol Hypoglycemia The Glucose is a little low which is associated with hypo-glycemic symptoms. Follow the hypo-glycemic diet defined later in this report. The main thing is good snack every 2 hours that includes some protein. This finding is supported by: Low Hair Chromium This finding is associated with: Presenting symptoms - Depression; Headaches; Poor Concentration/Memory; Unusually tired most of the time; Difficulty concentrating Nutrients*: MaX IS Balance (Chromium, Vanadium, B3, Biotin, Fenugreek Seed, Bitter Gourd, Gymnema Sylvestre ) Dehydration effects Low Sodium. High Protein. This finding is associated with: Presenting symptoms - Swelling in the feet and/or ankles Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone. *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

26 26 Gastro/Intestinal dysfunction The Uric Acid, Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN), Creatinine, Chloride and Calcium are a little low, the Albumin is low and the A/G Ratio is very low. This is most likely due to poor digestion and/or low protein/high carbohydrate diet and seen in edema, malnutrition and malabsorption. Chloride is important for proper digestion, especially protein digestion and digestive enzymes may be of benefit. Many drugs or medications can cause or contribute toward these findings. Globulin, a type of protein, is necessary for an optimal immune system and to fight disease. One out of every four bites of food you eat (25%) should be of a protein source, preferably more plant based protein such as seeds, nuts, beans and sprouts. Eggs and even some fish, chicken, turkey and possibly small amounts of red meat may be beneficial. Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone.

27 This finding is supported by: Low Blood Glucose; Low Blood Magnesium; Low Blood Albumin; High Blood SGOT (AST); Low Blood Serum Iron; Low Blood Total Cholesterol Nutrients*: MaX Enzymes, MaX HCL Plus Low Minerals A deficiency of minerals is indicated with Magnesium and Calcium values that are a little low. Vitamin B-6 helps with the utilization of Magnesium. Nutrients: Mag + Malic, Activ B, MCHC + MD Low Functioning Thyroid Mild low thyroid function is indicated with the findings of T4 and T7 being a little low and the TSH and T3 being a little high. This finding is supported by: Low Blood HDL Cholesterol; Low Blood Glucose; Low Blood Sodium; Low Blood Magnesium; Low Blood Albumin; High Blood LDH; High Blood SGOT (AST); Low Blood GGT; Low Blood Serum Iron; Low Blood T4 Thyroxine; Low Blood T7 Free Thyroxine Index (FTI); High Blood ESR-Erythrocyte Sed Rate, Westergren; High Hair Uranium; Low Hair Manganese This finding is associated with: Presenting symptoms - Depression; Lupus; Gained over 20 lbs within in the last 12 months; Frequently feels cold; Unusually tired most of the time Nutrients*: MaX Thyroid; Min Bal, MaX Iodine (Test Halogen Protocol) Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone. *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

28 Anemia This is anemia. The Ferritin is optimal. The Serum Iron is a little low and indicates the available iron for the body to produce Red Blood Cells. This Ferritin level indicates sufficient iron reserves at this time. The Red Blood Count and Hemoglobin are low and the Hematocrit is a little low. The ability to transport oxygen and other nutrients will be reduced. This will affect the immune system and the ability to heal and repair. This could be the result of blood loss. These findings may cause or contribute toward heart attacks. This finding is supported by: Low Blood HDL Cholesterol; Low Blood Total Bilirubin; High Blood LDH; High Blood SGOT (AST); Low Blood Total Cholesterol; High Blood ESR- Erythrocyte Sed Rate, Westergren; High Hair Aluminum; High Hair Arsenic; High Hair Cadmium; High Hair Tin This finding is associated with: Presenting symptoms - Poor Concentration/Memory; Unusually tired most of the time; Difficulty concentrating; Poor memory; Has had a Hepatitis vaccine within the last 2 years Nutrients: Methylation Nutrients, Iron. Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone

29 29 Possible infection and/or inflammation The Polys are a little high and the Lymphocytes are a little low. This is most commonly seen in infections. The low Lymphocytes also indicate a lowered immune system. The Globulin is high, the C-Reactive Protein (CRP) and the Erythrocyte Sed Rate (ESR) are very high, the A/G Ratio is very low and the LDH is a little high. This indicates nonspecific tissue injury, inflammation, infection and may be associated with auto immune disease and cancer. A CRP over 20 is typically associated with viral infections and a CRP over is commonly associated with acute bacterial infections. The CRP and ESR do not tell where the problem is located, just that there is a problem. These values are very good for monitoring response to treatment. NOTE: Recent studies have shown that the CRP is one of the best markers for predicting the chances having of a heart attack or stroke. A CRP and ESR close to zero is desired. The high Globulin and very low A/G Ratio can be associated with many conditions: liver disease, cancers, Lupus, chronic infection and inflammation, autoimmune disease, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, cancers and an A/G ratio less than 1.0 indicates general weight loss and wasting from chronic disease. Globulin is a type of protein to make blood cells, enzymes and antibodies. What appears to be happening is that the body is "fighting" something (even itself in autoimmune disease) resulting in the body breaking down. Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone

30 This finding is supported by : Low Blood Sodium; Low Blood Magnesium; High Blood Total Protein; Low Blood Albumin; High Blood Globulin; Low Blood A/G Ratio; Low Blood Creatine Kinase; High Blood LDH; High Blood SGOT (AST); Low Blood Serum Iron; Low Blood Total Cholesterol; High Blood CRP C-Reactive Protein; High Blood Polys/Neutrophils; Low Blood Lymphocytes This finding is associated with: Presenting symptoms - Indigestion; Lupus; Swollen Joints; Abdominal gas; Has had a Hepatitis vaccine within the last 2 years Nutrients*: LipiChol; MaX C; MaX Immune; MaX DeFlam Chronic Wasting Symptoms The Albumin is low, the Globulin is high and the Albumin/Globulin (A/G) ratio is very low. Albumin is a simple protein with many varieties distributed throughout the body. It is important in nutrient transport and waste removal. There is a definite increased mortality risk with hypoalbuminemia. Albumin 3.5 or below is an ominous sign. The low Albumin results in decreased nutrient transportation and waste removal and may be seen in malnutrition, malabsorption, alcohol, liver and kidney disease, cancers, Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis and other digestive problems, fibromyalgia, polymyalgia rheumatica, Chronic fatigue syndrome, thyroid disease, skin problems including eczema and psoriasis, heart disease, autoimmune disease, low protein reserves, infections, inflammations, anorexia, weight loss, edema, Multiple Sclerosis, Cystic Fibrosis, hepatitis and gall bladder disease. Contraceptives can cause a low Albumin. Globulin is a protein that is very important in the immune system. This indicates that the body is fighting something or that it is overactive and out of balance. This could be a sign of serious condition or one developing. The high Globulin is seen in Polymyalgia Rheumatica, Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, liver disease, infectious diseases, osteomyelitis, bronchiectasis, cancers, Hodgkin's disease, leukemia, Multiple Myeloma (with a high SED rate), parasitic infections, arthritis, urethritis, conjunctivitis, mouth ulcerations, cystitis and prostatitis. A/G ratio less than 1.0 is an ominous sign. This low A/G ratio may be seen in protein deficient diets, cancers, sarcoidosis, cirrhosis, kidney disease, myeloma, infections, inflammatory disease, weight loss and wasting from chronic disease, ulcerative colitis, Cancer, Depression, Excess thyroid hormone (any thyroid medication), or hyperthyroid. Nutrients: Pancreatic enzymes. 25% or one out of 4 bites of food needs to be protein source. Nutrients*: Functional Food - i5; Enzymes ; E 400 Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

31 Noted Blood Values The Creatine Kinase is a little low. Among other things this maybe associated with low muscle mass, connective tissue disease and arthritis. A common reason for a mildly low Bilirubin is caffeine or other drugs. A Monocyte value this low is unusual. Many drugs will cause this. Hyperlipidemia is basically too much fat in the blood. VLDL is a little high and as already been mentioned: it is the worst fat. Excess weight, poor diet, caffeine intake and lack of exercise all contribute to this finding. The SGOT is a little high which indicates a mildly hypermetabolic liver and the GGT that is a little low probably indicates a slightly depressed pancreas function and a Vitamin B deficiency. Nutrients*: Activ B; LipiChol; MaX Liver Detox Very High Hair Bismuth Bismuth is a major player in the metallurgical industry. Many industries are using bismuth instead of lead because lead is so toxic. Bismuth is nontoxic in ordinary amounts, but prolonged exposure or excessive use may lead to toxicity. It is a basic ingredient in a range of fusible alloys; an additive to aluminum, steel, and cast iron to improve machinability; and widely used to support dyes and molds. Bismuth has been used in health care for centuries. Slightly soluble mineral salts are used in antacids such as Pepto-Bismol. Bacterial properties of bismuth salts are used to treat skin injuries and infection. The medical profession used bismuth castings to shield vital organs during radiation therapy. Symptoms of toxicity are: nephrotoxicity, encephalopathy, constipation, bowel irregularity, foul breath, neurotoxicity, mental confusion, memory loss, lack of coordination, slurred speech, joint pain, tremor, memory loss, monoclonic jerks, dysarthria, dementia, seizures, muscle twitching and spasms, blue/black gum line and malaise. Sources of Bismuth are: antacids, Pepto Bismol, dental cement, glass, ceramics, optical lenses, synthetic pearls, cosmetic formulations where they impart pearlescence to lipstick, nail polish and eye shadow. Nutrients*: Xeno Detox Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

32 Very High Hair Uranium Hair is a good indicator of uranium exposure. Blood and urine have been noted as NOT being representative of the body burden since the blood is rapidly cleared of uranium. Most forms of uranium are poorly absorbed by the body with the exception of the lungs, which absorb airborne uranium readily. Uranium forms many complexes with proteins, bone and can substitute for calcium. It is deposited throughout the body and chronic fatigue is often reported in assoication with high hair levels. Published data correlates Uranium exposure, nephrotoxicity and all forms of cancer. Kidney and bone are the primary sites of Uranium accumulation. Uranium has been noted to be higher in female hair than males living in the same home. Uranium is considered to be a toxic element, although its toxic effects are not well known. It is a moderately common element with three isotopes. U238, the most common isotope, represents over 99% of the naturally occurring element. It is the only isotope of concern in this analysis. It is reasonably stable with a low level of radioactivity and a half life of 4.5 billion years. Uranium is used in glass manufacturing, ceramics, colored glass, high phosphate fertilizers and in some chemicals. Drinking water is a significant source of U238 in many regions. Radon can be a by-product of U238 decomposition. Nutrients*: MaX Xeno Detox; Max Uranium; MaX Iodine Very High Hair Silver Silver occurs naturally in very low concentrations in soil, plants, and animal tissues. It can also be found in food that comes from silver plated vessels, silver solder, silver foil (used in decorating cakes), jewelry, electronic equipment, dental fillings and photographic materials. Silver is found at hazardous waste sites and in water. Some water treatment systems including water filters use silver compounds to kill bacteria. Silver has been used extensively for medicinal purposes particularly in the treatment of burns. Toxicity: Silver is deposited in the skin and organs, causing gray discoloration. Nutrients*: MaX Chelelator Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

33 33 Very High Hair Calcium The Calcium in the Hair is high. High levels of calcium in the hair is most often associated with an imbalance of the calcium to phosphorus ratio in the body. Other causes include hyperparathyroidism and excess vitamin A or D intake. Excess calcium may depress nervous functions, and lead to depression, irritability, memory impairment, and psychosis. Nutrients: Calcium + Mg, Vit D, Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone

34 Very High Hair Copper The hair Copper is very high. The first thing is to rule out exogenous contamination sources: permanent solutions, dyes, bleaches, swimming pool/hot tubs, water carried through Copper pipes. Common Copper sources include food, drinking water, excess Copper supplementation, and occupational or environmental exposure, chocolate, nuts, wheat germ and shellfish. Wilson's Disease, a genetic disorder that causes excessive copper accumulation in the liver or brain, needs to be considered. Insufficient intake of competitively absorbed elements such as Zinc or Molybdenum can lead to, or worsen Copper excess. Estrogen can increase copper in blood and hair levels Excess Copper conditions can lead to: biliary obstruction (reduced ablility to excrete Copper), liver disease (hepatitis or cirrhosis), and renal dysfunctions, Hodgkin's disease, leukemia and other malignancies, anemia, hemochromatosis, Rheumatic fever, Major and minor thalassemia, dyslexia, collagen diseases, and is a potential complication in long-term hemodialysis patients. Symptoms of excess Copper are muscle and joint pain, insomnia, arthritis, depression, irritability, hyperactivity, emotional instability, tremor, hemolytic anemia, learning disabilities, and behavioral disorders. Therapeutic considerations to normalize excess Copper include iron, manganese, selenium, zinc, molybdenum, vitamin C, amino acids and vitamin B6. Review blood and hair levels of these mineral elements to determine if they would be appropriate: This finding is supported by: High Blood CRP C-Reactive Protein Nutrients: Vit C; Min Bal Very High Hair Zirconium The Zirconium levels in the Hair were very high. This has not been proven to be clinically significant. Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone

35 35 High Hair Aluminum You have an aluminum level that is high. Any aluminum is too much. Aluminum toxicity is associated with Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease. Aluminum is, also, a heavy metal that displaces your other good minerals. One of the things that you should do to help your overall long-term health is to reduce your aluminum intake. The most common sources of aluminum are: Anti-perspirants, aluminum cookware, antacids, some baking sodas, baking powder, some breath mints, some skin lotion, some cosmetics, aluminum foil, canned goods, emulsifiers in some processed cheese, table salt - anti-caking compound, bleaching agent used in white flour, buffered aspirin, some toothpaste, dental amalgams, cigarette filters, and drinking water (tap water). Do not eat or drink anything that comes in a can. Read your labels before you purchase. I've even seen aluminum in a granola bar. Aluminum rods are commonly used in hot water tanks in area of acidic water. These rods will dissolve neutralizing the water, thus protecting the hot water tank. A rod of magnesium is an option for the same purpose. Note: Fluoride and Fluoridation increases the absorption of Aluminum. Chlorella and Magnesium with Malic Acid have been reported to be quite effective in lowering Aluminum. This finding is supported by: Low Blood Calcium Nutrients*: CheleX ; Mag + Malate Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

36 High Hair Cadmium The Cadmium is high. Cadmium (Cd) is a toxic, heavy metal with no positive metabolic function in the body. It is relatively rare but it is more toxic than lead. Hair cadmium levels provide an excellent indication of body burden. Moderately high cadmium levels are consistent with hypertension, while very severe cadmium toxicity can cause hypotension. Cadmium affects the kidneys, lungs, testes, arterial walls, and bones. It interferes with many enzymatic systems, leads to anemia, proteinuria and glucosurea and depletes glutathione, calcium, phosphorus and zinc. Cadmium absorption is reduced by zinc, calcium and selenium. Alkaline Phosphatase is commonly elevated with Cadmium toxicity. One of the things that you should do to help your overall long-term health is to reduce your cadmium intake. The most common sources of cadmium are: refined foods (white flour, white sugar, etc.), acid drinks left in galvanized pails or ice trays, superphosphate fertilizers, gluten flour, some cola drinks, tap water, atmospheric pollution in the burning of coal and petroleum products, seafood, plastic water pipes, margarine, canned fruits and beverages, sugar and molasses, alcoholic drinks, cigarette smoke, zinc smelters, cadmium plating used in soft drink dispensing machines. Cadmium toxicity is common among welders and construction workers (cement dust). Contamination may come from perms, dyes, bleach and some hair sprays, and can cause false highs for Cadmium. Symptoms of Contamination: hypertension; fatigue; muscle and joint pain/osteomalacia; anemia; lumbar pain; learning disabilities, dyslexia, delinquency, schizophrenia, high anxiety, atherosclerosis; kidney damage with associated urinary loss of essential minerals, amino acids and protein. Nutrients*: CheleX; Mag + Malate Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

37 High Hair Nickel The Nickel value is very high. The most common sources of Nickel are: atmospheric pollution by burning of coal and petroleum products, cigarette smoking, nickel coins, eyeglass frames, costume jewelry, kitchen appliances, pins, scissors, hair clips, hydrogenated oils and margarine, electronics and computers. Its widespread presence in environmental pollution and its toxic effects on human health warrant its classification as toxic. High nickel tissue levels have been associated with myocardial infarction, and are often present in patients who suffered strokes, dermatitis, chronic rhinitis, hypersensitivity reactions, hypersensitize the immune system, hyperallergenic responses to many different substances, pulmonary inflammation (due to smoke and dust), liver necrosis and toxemia. It is well established to be nephrotoxic and carcinogenic. Early symptoms of toxicity include: apathy, diarrhea, dermatitis, dyspnea, fever, insomnia, tachypnea, vertigo, vomiting, headaches, gastrointestinal pain and eczema. Other symptoms include allergies, immunosuppression and vitiligo. Nutrients*: MaX Chelator High Hair Tin The most common sources of tin are: tap water, preserved foods in tin cans, asparagus packaged in glass, processing and packaging of: gelatin, smoked fish, macaroni, dried legumes, dried milk, milk in large cans, tea, dental amalgams, cosmetics, preservatives, pewter, bronze, and anticorrosive platings. Experiments have shown that increased tin ingestion causes depressed growth and reduced hemoglobin levels and liver function in rats. Elevated tin resulted in elevated losses of calcium, selenium and zinc. Symptoms of excess Tin include: skin, eye, GI tract irritation, muscle weakness, anemia and testicular degeneration, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal cramps, loss of appetite, tightness of chest, metallic taste, dry throat, coma (in very extreme cases) and pneumoconiosis as a result of excessive inhalation of tin oxide. Nutrients*: CheleX; Min Bal High Hair Titanium Titanium generally has low toxicity. Titanium (Ti) has wide industrial uses, and elevated Ti may be the result of industrial exposure. Titanium is used in metal alloying and is used as titanium dioxide to coat welding rods. Titanium dioxide pigment is present in paints, inks, dyes, shoe whiteners, plastics, some cosmetics, toothpaste, conditioners, shampoos, paper fillers and ceramic glazes. Elevated hair titanium also may be an artifact (false high) of hair treatments such as dyeing or "highlighting". Surgical or dental implants may be a source of Titanium in the hair. Nutrients*: MaX Chelator Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

38 Noted Hair Values HIGH MAGNESIUM The magnesium levels in the Hair are high. High levels of magnesium in the hair has been associated with hypoglycemia, maldistribution, renal failure, prolonged emotional or physical stress, depression of the central nervous system, and physiological imbalance of calcium and phosphorus. Symptoms include chronic kidney disease, respiratory depression, cardiac arrest, and coma. HIGH VANADIUM Vanadium is a by-product of the heavy metal industry and is found in industrial waste, dust, and fumes. Long-term excessive vanadium supplementation can be toxic because vanadium readily combines and interferes with the biological functions of amino acids, peptides, proteins, enzyme substrates, nucleotides, carbohydrates and ATP. Toxicity is higher after inhalation. Vanadium is poorly absorbed by the gastrointestinal tract. The major toxic effects of Vanadium are : Purple/green tongue, gastrointestinal problems, including diarrhea and cramps (especially when concurring with discoloration of the tongue), impaired reflexes and neuromuscular irritation, eczema, dermatitis, conjunctivitis, respiratory tract irritation (resulting in rhinitis, pharyngitis, chronic bronchitis and diffuse pulmonary fibrosis), tachycardia, manic depression, central nervous system problems, hematological effects including anemia, neutropenia and leukocyte changes and hypoglycemia. Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone

39 39 HIGH MOLYBDENUM The Hair Molybdenum is high. Possible symptoms of excess include loss of appetite, anemia, and arthritic conditions. Sources of exposure are mostly occupational and include lubricants, catalysts, pigments, organic glazes, and steel alloys. HIGH BORON Boron is high. Signs of toxicity include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, dermatitis, lethargy, inflammation and edema in the legs, growth problems, testicular atrophy and other health problems. Boron is present in some cleaners, cements, ceramics, glass, water and soil. Make sure there are adequate levels of calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, riboflavin and B6. HIGH LITHIUM The Hair Lithium is high. Lithium is used in the manufacture of lightweight metal alloys, glass, lubrication greases, and batteries. Toxicity can cause dermatitis, nausea, confusion, edema, or hypotension. Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone.

40 Lifestyle / Dietary Recommendations: Below is a list of foods and items that we strongly recommend you avoid. READ YOUR INGREDIENT LABELS!! Later in the report, you will find exchanges for these foods and helpful hints on implementing these new lifestyle habits. 1. Artificial Sweeteners: aspartame, saccharin, sucralose, xylitol, sorbitol, malitol, etc. 2. Processed Meats: "nitrate" or "nitrite" foods: pork products; bologna; wieners; any luncheon meat with additives or preservatives 3. MSG (monosodium glutamate): found in many dressings, sauces and Chinese foods. HVP (hydrolyzed vegetable protein) can contain up to 40% MSG. 4. All Canned Foods and Drinks 5. Microwave Cooking 6. Fried Foods: deep fried, breaded foods 7. Artificial Fats: "hydrogenated" fats [a.k.a. "trans fat"] are found in margarine, most pre-packaged foods and dressings; "interesterified" fats; "Olestra" products, etc. 8. Refined Carbohydrates: processed foods such as white sugar, white flour, "unbleached or unbrominated" foods, corn syrup, "enriched" foods, etc.. 9. Preservatives, additives, sulfites, artificial colors, FD&C colors and dyes 10. Commercial Meats: Try to get the cleanest, freshest meat you can find. Look for meat that is labeled with terms such as "No Hormones", "No Steroids", "No Antibiotics", etc. 11. Shellfish and Bottom-dwellers: crab, shrimp, lobster, oyster, catfish, etc. 12. Dairy Products: cottage cheese, yogurt, cheese, sour cream, etc. (cow's milk) 13. Coffee (regular & chemically decaffed), Liquor (distilled), All sodas, Tea (black decaf & black) 14. Soy Products: isolated soy protein, texturized vegetable protein, soy supplements, soy protein powder, soy protein bars, tofu, etc. Limited fermented soy products (tempeh and miso) and whole soy beans are acceptable. Don't make soy your main protein source, limit to 3-4 servings per week. 15. Chlorine and Fluoride Sources: tap water, heavy chlorine exposure in swimming pools, fluoride toothpaste, fluoride supplements, fluoride mouthwash, etc. Aerobic Exercise [i.e. jogging, cycling, fast-paced walking, etc]: It is recommended that you build up to at least 40 minutes a day. If at first you do not have the energy to exercise this much, it is recommended that you start slowly by exercising 10 minutes two or three times a day until you can gradually build up to 40 minutes a day. Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone

41 HYPOGLYCEMIC RECOMMENDATIONS 1. Avoid all fruit juices. 2. Eat only one fruit and at least four fresh vegetables per day. 3. Eat a snack every hour and a half to two hours. § Eat by the clock. This is going to help take stress off your liver and maintain your glucose at a good level so it doesn't fluctuate so much. § The snack should be 4 to 5 bites of a complex carbohydrate, protein or foods that have good fats in them such as: whole grain bread with coconut oil or nut butter spread, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, nuts, carrots with hummus or a few bites of chicken would be fine to eat. 4. Do this for at least the next two months or until your re-evaluation. Strength Training : If you are not currently on a weight training program, a muscle building exercise (i.e. step exercise) 10 minutes a day is encouraged. If at first you do not have the energy or physical ability to perform this exercise, it is recommended that you start slowly by setting a goal to do this exercise 2 minutes two or three times a day until you can gradually build up to 10 minutes a day. Water Consumption : Drink 1 quart of clean, filtered water per 50lbs of body weight per day. We recommend using "reverse osmosis" filtration for your drinking and cooking water. Reverse Osmosis is a type of filtration that gets the water the cleanest that technology has to offer without robbing the water of all essential minerals. Distilled water is not recommended. Since distilled water has little or no mineral content, it acts like a vacuum that can actually leach minerals from your system. If you are already mineral deficient, it will worsen the problem. Cooking foods in distilled water will pull the minerals from the food and lowers the nutrient value. Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone.

42 We have been discussing a case study analysis that mentioned several medical conditions. We will now look at supplements. It is important to remember that dietary supplements CANNOT mitigate diseases or replace drugs. However, XYMOGEN products CAN give your patients their best chance to stay healthier longer* * These statements have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

43 VITAMIN AND SUPPLEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS PATIENT: Jane Doe - CR SEX: F AGE: 17 WEIGHT: 145 Supplements Homeopathic Uranium CheleX MaX Adrenal LipiChol Halogen Detox, Chlorine, Bromine and or Fluorine MaX Thyroid MaX Iodine Enzymes Digestive Support Functional Food Detox – e.g. PhytoFood Homocysteine Reducing 5-MTHF or Methyl Protect B Activ MaX VRL or MaX Immune MaX Liver Detox Max DeFlam Iron Glycinate E Selenium MinRex Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

44 Name: Jane Doe CR age 17Lab: LabCorp Blood Test Results Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone.

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46 John Doe E S 13 Year Old Male Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone.

47 PATIENT: E S DATE OF ANALYSIS: 12/23/2009 SEX M AGE: 13 BLOOD TYPE: O+ Tests Used for Analysis: Vitals 11/8/09 PSS 11/8/09 Medication 11/8/09 Urinalysis 11/16/09 Stool 12/7/09 Hair 11/16/09 Blood 12/21/09 Vitals: Height: 4'4" Weight: 88 Primary Symptoms: 1. Swollen Joints RA DIAG 2. Neck pain 3. Joint stiffness in the morning 4. Swelling in the feet and/or ankles 5. In Wheelchair Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone.

48 Presenting symptoms: Allergies (grass/pollen); Anemia; Arthritic/Rheumatic Disorder; Blurred Vision; Chronic Fatigue; Eye Pain/Problems; Rheumatoid Arthritis; Swollen Joints; Drinks less than 8 glasses of water per day; Dry hair; Energy level is worse than it was 5 years ago; Fingernails peel; Rarely exercises; Somewhat Overweight; Unable to recall dreams the next day; Difficulty falling asleep; Difficulty staying asleep; Often annoyed by people; Under considerable emotional stress; Pain in leg/hips when walking; Pains in the heart or chest; Ringing or noises in the ears; Frequently feels hot; Heals slowly; Unusually tired most of the time; Painful feet; Swelling in the feet and/or ankles; 6 or more bowel movements per week; Abdominal gas; Bloated after eating; Excessive hunger; Indigestion within 1 hour after meals; Severe abdominal pains; Craves Sugars/starches; Never had 4 alcoholic drinks in one day; Takes vitamins; Bitter taste in the mouth in the morning; Sores or cracks in the corners of the mouth; Tongue is coated; Joint stiffness in the morning; Low back pain; Neck pain; Pain between the shoulders; Rheumatoid Arthritis; Spinal curvature; Bruises easily; Urinates more than 2 times per night; Frequent urination This analysis and the recommendations are not for the purpose of treating or curing disease (cancer, hepatitis, arthritis, diabetes, M.S., heart disease, etc). The purpose for this nutrition and lifestyle program is to create an optimum environment in which your body can heal and repair itself. This is achieved by eliminating foods and toxins, which adversely affect the body, and by providing nutrients that the body may be lacking. Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone.

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53 VITAMIN AND SUPPLEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS PATIENT: John Doe E S SEX: M AGE: 13 WEIGHT: 88 Supplement MaX Uranium 1-3 dps CheleX 1 Methyl Protect 2 B Activ (Activated) 1 LipiChol 2 Xcellent C Iron Glycinate 1 GastrAcid 2 MaX Mito 2 MaX Iodine 1 ½ day MaX GI 2 OSAplex MK 2 MaX DeFlam 2 MinRex 2 Selen-E Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone. *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

54 April 2007, Breast Cancer was diagnosed in a 48 year old female. It isn’t about the money!  These are the cancer tumor markers- CA for the patient below with Breast Cancer.  Medical clinical range is  weeks on her nutritional program  weeks on her nutritional program   All without any medical drugs, chemo, radiation or hormone therapy.  Total Cost: Out of Pocket to date was $3, (HOW MANY ADJUSTMENTS, THERAPY ETC. WOULD IT TAKE FOR YOU TO MAKE $3,000.00? HOW MUCH PAPERWORK AND TIME WOULD IT TAKE FOR YOU TO GET PAID THAT MUCH?)   Still no hormones, chemo or radiation!  Biopsy/surgery was immediately recommended but she came to me before the first biopsy/surgery.  CA27.29 was 185, this level of CA indicates that the cancer has already metastasized, (she started on her complete program after the blood and hair and DMSA urinary challenge tests were done.)  CA reduced to 140 (this was before ANY medical intervention- no surgery/biopsy, chemo, radiation or hormone therapy)  Patient had lumpectomy and 3 out of three lymph nodes were positive, (I was pretty sure that would be). Radiation was immediately recommended daily for 6 weeks followed with chemo and was told that she would probably have 8-10 years to live, which the oncologist thought was pretty good, (she didn’t think that was such a great deal for a 48 y/o).  This is far less than the copay of conventional cancer treatment for Chemo and/or radiation. Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone.

55 48 y/o Female CA Chol238 HDL102 LDL 191 CK, LDH, CRP are a little high Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone.

56 Breast Cancer Case Continued... Case Studies represent results of one participant. The reader should weigh these results with other scientific data and should not expect the same results as those found in the case studies alone.

57 Overview Science Based Nutrition COOP BLOOD DISCOUNT TESTING COMPARE TOXIC HAIR ANALYSIS COMPARE TOXIC URINE CHALLENGES

58 Validation –SBN enables doctors to easily validate their diet and supplement recommendations based upon the patients blood work and other objective testing methods…not just a symptom survey. Efficiency –Doctors can’t remember everything about every test out there plus a nutrition practice takes a lot of doctor and staff time if they do not have efficiency protocols in place. Clinical Support –Doctor’s gain access to over 30 years of clinical laboratory experience for their tough cases. What is BRIMHALL ADVANTAGE SBN?

59 State of the Art –Doctor’s gain access to a patented online computerized analysis & reporting system –The system has a central server base –No software or hardware compatibility issues –Automatic upgrades –The system handles any number of tests, labs, vitamins, meds. –Doctors can provide their own labs or get discounted testing thru SBN –Lab tests done thru SBN get electronically uploaded so there is no manual entry for those tests! Brimhall Advantage SBN cont.

60 We take this… Why SBN?

61 Reports: The Best Available! Drug side effects & nutrient depletions Nutrient and Dietary recommendations based upon testing Color-coded system Comparative reports Auto-generate supplement recommendations and dosages Easy for patients to understand and see progress (boost compliance and vitamin sales!) THE Report

62 Benefits of Blood Testing –Confidence in confronting difficult cases, diseases and conditions –Objective proof of results Risks of Not Blood Testing –Missed Disease –Missed Diagnosis –Malpractice / Liability –Missed opportunities to really save or change someone’s life Why Blood Work? IT IS THE SCIENTIFIC STANDARD to Order Blood Work

63 What Is Provided, Is: A System of Analysis... Not a Cure For Disease.

64 All that we ask Doctors to do is : –Test properly SBN will support the doctors –Know what the tests mean The SBN report will provide that! –Monitor Improvement and note non- improvement (Noted on each test) –Retest to chart progress –Supplements change as retests reveal current status of patient. The Secret

65 Sample SBN Report Complete Patient Symptoms From Patient Survey Top 4 Diagnoses or Primary Symptoms

66 Patient Comments Doctor Comments Summary of Test Findings Disclaimer

67 Medications Med Nutrient Depletions Med Side Effects

68 Blood Results Text Specific to Test Results Objective Tests Supporting the Dx Sx / Lifestyle Habits Associated with Dx Nutrients Recommended

69 Hair Results Common Sources Pathology Therapeutic Considerations Nutrient Recommendations

70 Dietary Recommendations

71 Compare any 2 tests side by side

72 List 8 of the most recent tests in one report

73 Much better than this … Right ?

74 Summary of Supplement Recommendations Total # of pills per day Recommendations are based upon the test findings and Dosages are based upon age, sex, weight and severity of condition. Supplements *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

75 View cases reports at Doctor testimonials : 0aVZgRDGJrs&feature=youtu.behttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v= 0aVZgRDGJrs&feature=youtu.be

76 Doctor fills out Quick Enrollment Form Once received we process the $ payment automatically Then we them the contract and also where they can order testing supplies. Once the full enrollment is received we will get all of the information programmed and the Dr. will receive an from SBN when they are programmed and ready to start ordering reports! Sign-up Process

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79 Initial sign up fee is $ –This is a one time fee even if the doctor cancels and comes back they do not pay this again. Get the first 3 months free –Unlimited reporting –Encourage doctor’s to have patients bring in old blood work and manually input it so that they can get used to the system and get some of their chiropractic patients interested in the program. After initial 3 months, you pay $79.00/month –Includes 20 reports per month –If you go over the 20 reports it is $25.00/report After 1 year contract doctor’s do not have to sign another contract they will just continue to pay month to month until they give us a 30-day written notice that they want to cancel. Fees

80 Membership Plan Based On Usage:Membership Plan Based On Usage: 0 – 20 reports $79 per month ($3.95/report) 0 – 40 reports $129 per month ($3.22/report) 0 – 60 reports $179 per month ($2.98/report) 0 – 120 reports $300 per month (2.50/report) 12 month commitment required Other Options

81 Monthly Fee The reports are free to you, in unlimited numbers for the first three months of a 12 month contract. After the 90 days, you pay only $79.00 a month for up to 20 full reports for a 12 month commitment. After that a month at a time commitment only. (30 day cancellation required) This can make you thousands of dollars in that time if you just follow the program, as outlined. I have investigated and utilized four different systems over the last three years. The BRIMHALL ADVANTAGE SBN is the best and the least expensive I have seen. It is in fact, a bargain! 81

82 Labs Charge Doctors : FOR EACH DRAW $ U (Charge Patient) You will billed at the end of each month for the #’s of draws done…

83 REPEAT: If doctor’s go over there allowed amount of reports per month, it is $25.00/report. If multiple reports are ran on the same patient in the same month it only counts as one report. Report Billing

84 LabCorp or Quest for Blood; Doctors Data for Hair and Urine Toxic Elements –Prices are different for each –Both are auto-entry…members do not have to manually enter these test results! Doctor pays SBN for requisition forms Patient pays the doctor for the requisition forms The patient takes req form to LabCorp or Quest and pays nothing to the lab Results come back to SBN the results are Uploaded to the Doctor’s Reporting and Analysis Website(www.premiermetabolicanalysis.com). Lab Forms

85 Additional Req forms are available to all members for free they just pay shipping Electronic requisition forms are also available to members. –Log a support ticket with patients name, DOB, gender, and the test names & codes they want. They get billed for these tests after the patients results are posted to their account. All test codes and pricing can be found on the member website under “test codes, pricing, and order forms” Additional Testing

86 If a doctor does not have a LabCorp or Quest draw station close to them … –We can still help! –You can get the reports, but you have to manually input… Outside Labs

87 Hair and Urine Toxic Challenges are done with Doctor’s Data. Toxic Challenge kits can be bought through SBN for $60.00 per kit. Hair kits –1 Hair Kit = $51.00 –5 Hair Kits = $ ($48.00/kit) –10 Hair Kits = $ ($45.00/kit) Doctor’s Data

88 Stool Kits - $6.00/kit –Kit patient takes home Urinalysis Strips - $41.00/bottle for 100 strips –If done in office doctor’s need to fill out CLIA waiver and make sure their state allows for UA’s to be performed in office. –Labcorp does UA’s for $ Other Testing Supplies

89 Laws in NY, NJ, and RI are very different. Please get the guidelines if in these states! NY cannot do hair testing NY, NJ, and RI cannot have third party pay in testing. –The patient must pay the lab directly for testing –Pricing is different for these states NY, NJ, and RI Doctors

90 Access to the SBN Analysis & Reporting System –Automatic upgrades Co-Op pricing for Laboratory tests –Lab tests done thru SBN get automatically uploaded so there is no manual entry! Nutrition Based Marketing –Office flyers; Marketing Webinars; Monthly Patient Newsletter; Monthly Member Newsletter Webinars –Insurance; PMA Site; Educational webinars on lab tests, protocols, etc. Patient Support –Meal Plans; Patient Processing Forms; Patient Symptom Survey What do doctors get?

91 Most Importantly…Clinical Support SBN Clinical support for answering questions about lab work interpretation, what tests to order, etc Data entry for reports Anything on how to use the SBN system. Brimhall Staff Questions potential clients may have about signing up with SBN. Any questions the clients have about supplement lines and/or recommendations. Seminar, Webinars, Equipment recommendations…

92 Informed Consent

93 The Truth About Laboratory Testing and Nutrition It can take a lot of time talking to patients, analyzing labs, writing and going over results with patients. –Use proper tools and computerized systems to become more efficient, more consistent and more profitable.

94 The Truth About Laboratory Testing and Nutrition The most expensive vitamin is the one that doesn’t work. Patients will pay for quality and results

95 Questions?


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