A Product. A Purpose.
by David Bagley, Vice President of Product Development
Each day I have the privilege of speaking to people around the world about the benefits associated with MaxGXL. In discussing all of the reasons people commit to bettering their health, the most important is to enjoy life and live it to the fullest. I want to personally encourage you to take inventory of those people you care the most about. What are you doing today to make the most of your future together? What are your dreams? Do you have dreams of vacationing, staying active in hobbies, playing with children and grandchildren? If so, NOW is the time to invest in those dreams by taking responsibility for your health.
FACT: It is a lot easier to manage your health than it is to overhaul it!
As we age, and expose our bodies to stress, chemicals, pollutants, and average lifestyle habits, we begin to lose energy, vitality, mental alertness, and more.
Most of us are aware that there are consequences for our actions; however the danger lies in the fallacy of believing that you will start taking better care of yourself “tomorrow.”
Dr. Robert H. Keller, one of the world’s leading scientists, dedicated 10 years of research and development in creating MaxGXL to assist the world in its quest for a higher level of health.
Out of all the biological processes that Dr. Keller could have focused his attention on, he chose to investigate a way to naturally optimize the body’s production of glutathione. Glutathione (GSH) may not be well-known outside of medical circles, but your body relies on its function every single day.
Important Roles of Glutathione
• Fights against oxidative cell damage (from free radicals)
• Protein synthesis
• Amino acid transport
• Cellular detoxification
• Immune system enhancement
• Enzyme activation
• Fights cellular Inflammation
• ATP (energy) production
Our cells are constantly under attack by free radicals, which can cause a reduction of our cells’ ability to function optimally.
Where do free radicals come from?
• Created during normal metabolism
• Environmental pollutants like radiation, herbicides, pesticides
• Cigarette smoke
Types of Free Radicals
The fight against free radicals is often a tricky one. There is not a singular form of free radical. Science has confirmed that there are many different types of free radicals, including:
• Hydrogen peroxide
• Singlet oxygen and hydroxyl radicals
Important Note: Not all antioxidants can sufficiently match up with all types of free radicals. The great news about glutathione is that regardless of the type of free radical, glutathione has the ability to properly match up and neutralize it, thus increasing cellular protection and function.
• Researched and developed by one of the world’s top scientists
• Patent protected
• Documented to raise glutathione in the lymphocytes (white blood cells)
• Everyone you know deserves to hear about this discovery
Max International Co-Founder Greg Fullerton has a clear vision of MaxGXL and its benefits being deployed from “Me” to “We” to “The World.”
On behalf of everyone here at Max International, I want to thank you for participating in this quest and together making dreams come true.
Vice President of Product Development, Max International
A mineral salt of Vitamin C. Calcium Ascorbate is 80% Vitamin C and 20% calcium. Ascorbates are less acidic than other types of vitamin C and provide better absorption than ascorbic acid alone. It protects the body from toxins and acts as an immune builder and as an antioxidant. It is essential for growth and repair of tissues. It helps your body to cope with physical and mental stress. Calcium Ascorbate produces the frequency necessary to activate protease so is a key component to proper protein digestion as well. Also maximizes NAC absorption and helps protect existing glutathione stores.
The most abundant of all of the amino acids found in the muscles of the body. It has the ability to penetrate the so-called blood-brain barrier and is readily transformed into Glutamic Acid, which is essential for cerebral function. In other words, this amino acid is used as brain fuel. L-glutamine is an essential dietary component which nourishes cells in the gastro-intestinal lining, liver and immune system. It also preserves liver glutathione after hepatic injury.
Contains some of the most potent liver protecting substances known. One of the active phytochemicals called Sylimarin prevents free radical damage in the liver and kidneys. It also stimulates new liver cells and is an excellent immune system builder.
N acetyl Cysteine (NAC)
N-acetyl cysteine (NAC) is the best dietary source of glutathione. It is a main precursor for the manufacture of glutathione (GSH).
N-acetyl d-glucosamine – N-acetyl-d-glucosamine (NAG) is a key precursor in the biosynthesis of mucosal glycoproteins. It protects the underlying tissues from enzymes, acids and bacteria while providing a surface to absorb nutrients.
Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA)
Alpha lipoic acid increases the body’s ability to use cysteine to manufacture glutathione. It also enables the key enzyme required for glutathione synthesis to work at optimal conditions, and induces an increase in intracellular GSH.
Quercitin plays a critical role in regenerating glutathione and helps to eliminate toxic compounds found in the liver.
Cordyceps functions as an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent. It has also been shown to increase liver energy and glutathione synthesis. In MaxGXL, however, its primary function is to reduce inflammation and free radicals by decreasing the thermostat for inflammation called nuclear factor kappa beta.