MaxGxl : Glutathione Accelerator

Live A Better Life in Health and Wealth with Max International

MaxGxl can help you enjoy a better life, health wise and financially.

What is MaxGXL®?

MaxGXL is a patent-pending formulation that has proven its ability to raise intracellular glutathione safely and effectively.

What is glutathione and why do I need it?

Glutathione (GSH) is a naturally occurring substance in the body that is vital to the health of every cell in the human body. In fact, without glutathione present in the body, life itself would cease.

What are the benefits of increased glutathione?

  • Raise energy levels
  • Strengthen immune system
  • Fight intercellular inflammation
  • Improve athletic performance and recovery
  • Detoxify your body
  • Support mental function
  • Enhance your sense of well being

The body’s master antioxidant

Glutathione is called the body’s master antioxidant. It is found in every cell in the body. In addition to its major role as an antioxidant, glutathione also is an antitoxin, known for capturing toxins and escorting them out of the body. If that weren’t enough, glutathione is also vital for proper immune system health. Your body’s immune system arsenal of T-cells, B-cells and white blood cells need glutathione to perform their protective function. Effective supplementation to raise glutathione can greatly support the pursuit of health.

Robert H. Keller, MD, spent ten years developing a formula that provides your body with all the components necessary to create glutathione in the cells of the body. Glutathione is made of three amino acids. MaxGXL contains n-acetyl cysteine, the main precursor ingredient for glutathione and glutamine, the other amino acid needed to create glutathione. The third ingredient, glycine, is easily obtained from our diets (even in fast foods). Dr. Keller also included ingredients that would increase bioavailability and help recycle glutathione once it has neutralized free radicals.

This powerful antioxidant can go to work protecting you from free radical damage, again and again!


July 25, 2009 Posted by | MaxGxl | Leave a comment