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What You'll Get
Similar to old pennies, environmental toxins are ubiquitous, harmful if swallowed, and may contain trace amounts of Abraham Lincoln. Coin new health habits with today’s Groupon to Breast Research Awareness & Support. Choose from the following options:
- For $30, you get two BioMat detox sessions (a $60 value).
- For $50, you get four BioMat detox sessions (a $100 value).
- For $70, you get six BioMat detox sessions (a $150 value).<p><p>
A wellness center that promotes body and breast health, Breast Research Awareness & Support helps visitors to unwind with therapeutic BioMat detoxification treatments. Powered by a computerized controller, the body-length mat cradles prostrate patrons and clingy shadows with conductive amethyst channels that disperse negative ions and far-infrared heat. The controller’s settings enable the user to adjust the temperature of the mat for different effects; the no-heat mode relies upon negative ions to improve mood and alertness, and the 149- to 158-degree range radiates sauna-like heat several inches into the body to alleviate joint pain, stir metabolism, and boost immune function. As with other heat therapies, the BioMat eliminates the icicles that form on the body during naps in the freezer and encourages detoxification, and its mission to target individual cells can boost the regenerative effects that expedite post-surgical healing and reduction of scars.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 30, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Must redeem sessions in full by 5/30/12. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Thermography is a form of imaging that detects variations in temperature, which can be helpful to military surveillance teams or to doctors on mission to find abnormalities in the body. "From bombs to busts!" quips Linda Bamber, founder of BRAS (Breast Research Awareness and Support), contemplating the versatility of this noninvasive, radiation-free technology that can detect cancer warning signs years before they would show up on a mammogram.
Linda began hunting for new ways to protect her own health after both her mother and sister were diagnosed with breast cancer. She wanted to avoid unnecessary drugs and surgeries, so she turned to digital infrared thermal imaging, diet precautions, and breast-centric exercises. She shares all the knowledge she's gleaned over the years through her BRAS franchises, where women can find brassiere-like support and helpful information.