TAMAH Arterial Test to Monitor Arterial Changes Caused by Arginine

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Information about TAMAH Arterial Test to Monitor Arterial Changes Caused by Arginine

Published on February 19, 2014

Author: alanfly319



Arginine supplements can improve arterial health. Now you can prove to your customers that your arginine products WORK!

Nobel Prize winning research has documented how specific natural supplements can have an effect on arterial health. The TAMAH arterial test is a very powerful tool as it will help you and your customers track these changes.

Our equipment has been developed together with an international and well respected company that have been manufacturing & distributing medical equipment since 1974. The equipment, together with specialist computer software, tracks changes in arterial health as well as other health indicators.

Our Class II classified equipment measures blood pressure and arterial stiffness. To determine the arterial stiffness, it measures the 'Pulse Wave' (the pressure wave issued every time the heart beats, in order to drive the circulation) and tracks the dynamic changes in the way that blood flows through the cardiovascular system. From this, the elasticity of the arteries can be determined.

The manufacturing company are ISO9001 registered and carries the following required certification:

CE 0044 Conformity label required for all medical devices EN 1060-1 Non invasive measuring equipment EN 1060-3 Supplementary requirements for electro-mechanical measuring systems EN 60601-1 Safety requirements for medical electrical equipment EN 60601-1-2 Electro-magnetic compatibility safety for medical electrical equipment EN 14871 Risk analyses for medical devices EC Declaration of Conformity. Certificate number CE 571240

Our proprietary software produces a unique health report for each client. The health report uses a series of charts to display the test results for arterial stiffness and other health indicators. Each time your client returns for another test, the new test results are added to the charts, helping you and your client to see health trends over a period of time. In addition to specific measurements, our software uses a complex algorithm to calculate your client‟s biological age. This provides a useful tool to be able to track the client‟s general state of health.

Regular testing using the TAMAH system enables the client to track their progress and for you to assess the success of the supplements & lifestyle changes you have recommended, making adjustments as appropriate.

The test should take less than 5 minutes to perform. It is non invasive and painless.

To test your customers and clients using the TAMAH system, you will need an Analysts License. Once you have purchased a license, you will be sent a „Welcome‟ email. This will contain your unique TAMAH user ID and password. Internet access is required to access the TAMAH system. The TAMAH system is extremely easy to use. However each Analyst is provided with a comprehensive training presentation that can be accessed from their account.

The TAMAH system has taken over four years and considerable investment to develop & exhaustively test. However rather than charge a large fee to become an Analyst, we have set up the following fee structure. £179.00 + £20.00 carriage for the equipment, registration and access to online user account. You will own the machine which can be used independently of our software. £10.00 month user license fee to access the TAMAH software £1.00 per test credit (one test credit required to produce one health report).

21 Day “No Quibble” Money Back Guarantee We understand that you may want to evaluate our product, therefore we have a 21 day money back guarantee. As long as the pack is returned, undamaged and in its original packaging within 21 days of delivery, we will refund the setup fee. The carriage fee is not refundable and Analysts are responsible for the cost of returning the package by Recorded or Special Delivery.

To “try before you buy” , simply visit and log into the box positioned at the top right of the page. Use the following ID and password: ID: 366 Password: freetrial Once you have logged in, we recommend you first watch the training presentation. Although you don‟t yet have the testing equipment, you can still run a full health report. Simply click the „Client Test‟ button. In the “arterial stiffness index” boxes, you need to insert a figure between 1 and 8. Blood pressure – it‟s up to you, although bear in mind „normal‟ systolic blood pressure is 120 or below and diastolic 80 or less.

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