[B]Dr. Daria Davidson[/B]
[B]Double Board Certified in Emergency Medicine and Holistic Medicine[/B]
[B]Former President of the American Heart Association[/B]
She has been in healthcare for over 30 years. She began her healthcare career as a registered nurse, specializing in pediatric intensive care. She is double board certified in Emergency Medicine and Holistic Medicine. During her 20 years as an emergency medicine physician, she spent 11 years working in, and running, a Level One Trauma Center. By the time she retired from emergency medicine in 2003 she had personally treated over 70,000 patients.
When Dr. Davidson first understood about MaxGXL it took two minutes or less to recognize its magnitude. [B]“This is probably the most significant nutritional product I'll ever see in my lifetime,”[/B] she said. The results from the many people who have experienced MaxGXL are nothing short of incredible. With 13 years of experience in the network marketing industry, Dr. Davidson sees Max International as being in a league of its own. There is a reason that so many strong leaders in the industry are joining Max. The company is young and growing at an incredible rate. The corporate team continues to grow with excellent new additions. “Max represents a business opportunity that all Associates can feel confident in representing.” She is impressed that Max WLX is another unique product with essentially no competition. Dr. Davidson is famous for saying, “We all get to live with the rewards and the consequences of our decisions.” Taking action with Max International on the product and business side will be the “reward” for so many people. It is a privilege to be part of something this big.
[B]The Master Antioxidant[/B]
[U]More Energy & Better Health[/U]
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 [B]MaxGXL[/B] to assist the world in its quest for a higher level of health.
[B]The MaxGXL Story[/B]
In 1994, Dr. Robert H. Keller founded The BIODORON Institute of Advanced Medicine, a state-of-the-art medical clinic specializing in cutting-edge treatment for immune system disorders and anti-aging.
After reviewing subject lab results for years, Dr. Keller noticed a trend. He kept seeing significantly low levels of uric acid in subjects with immune disorders. He decided to explore this finding, and his initial research concluded that uric acid is the last antioxidant at the body’s disposal when all the normal antioxidants have been exhausted. As Dr. Keller has always been a strong advocate of nutrition, he went back in the literature, seeking the answer to one question: If uric acid is the body’s last defense, then what is the first? His investigation led him to a substance called [B]glutathione[/B].
[B]Glutathione (GSH): The Master Antioxidant[/B]
Dr. Keller discovered that the most prevalent, powerful and multifunctional antioxidant in the human body – employed by every organ – is glutathione.
[B]Glutathione[/B] (GSH) is a small protein produced naturally in our cells if the requisite precursors are present. It functions both as an antioxidant and an antitoxin and is a major defense system against illness and aging. Our glutathione level actually indicates our state of health and can predict longevity. It has been suggested that in the future, GSH levels will be closely monitored. There are over 70,000 medical articles currently published on GSH, yet most health professionals have only a vague idea of its significance. In the near future, the importance of glutathione will be widely recognized.
After learning of the importance of GSH, Dr. Keller needed to test the hypothesis that the levels of GSH in subjects with immune disorders were, in fact, severely diminished. To get a current and accurate gauge of a subject’s GSH level, Dr. Keller knew the test must measure GSH inside of lymphocytes (white blood cells); however, no such lab test existed.
Using a state-of-the-art medical laboratory, Dr. Keller and his team of scientists developed a proprietary lab test to measure levels of GSH inside the lymphocytes. The tests confirmed the hypothesis. People who are stressed, aging, lacking sleep, or with any prolonged illness utilize glutathione at an accelerated rate resulting in decreased bodily stores, weakened defenses, and increased risk of illnesses including accelerated aging.
It was clear that the GSH (Glutathione) levels needed to be replenished in these subjects. But how? Glutathione is produced naturally from three amino acids: glycine, glutamine, and cysteine. These essential precursors of GSH must be able to make it from the mouth to the gut, then through the cells walls and subsequently the mitochondrial membrane.
Therein lies the challenge.
Unfortunately, we can’t raise our body’s GSH level with ordinary foods or pure L-glutathione. Even though glutathione is present in many fruits, vegetables and meats, this protein is instantly broken down during digestion into its three amino acids. Cysteine, or N-acetylcysteine (NAC), is the most important of these precursors and is the main limiting factor necessary for the body to manufacture GSH. Alone in the gut after digestion, cysteine is treated as a free radical and rapidly oxidized. Consequently, only a very small percentage reaches our bloodstream and cells.
Furthermore, GSH is always in great demand and is rapidly consumed, so any GSH that is made will be used up quickly making it even more difficult to increase this level.
[B]So what can MaxGXL do for you?[/B]
[U]MaxGXL’s Patented Formula Dramatically Increases Intracellular GSH[/U]
[B]MaxGXL[/B] provides the proper nutrients needed to promote the body’s own ability to manufacture and absorb glutathione. [B]MaxGXL[/B] also aids in liver support, thus helping the liver to function as the main production site and storehouse for glutathione.
Constant free radical damage overwhelms cellular energy production. Increased stress, unwise food choices, and the lack of quality sleep are other agents that damage cells and drain energy. Glutathione optimizes energy production inside every cell in your body by extinguishing free radicals and restoring cell quality.
Immune system cells need glutathione to function properly. Your body’s immune system arsenal of T-cells, B-cells, and white blood cells (lymphocytes) need glutathione to perform at an optimum level.
The human body is under contstant attack. In today’s polluted world, toxins are found in food, water, and the air. Glutathione is one of the principle components to neutralize and dispose of these toxins. If your body lacks glutathione it is unable to detoxify itself. Your immune system, endocrine, and nervous system all become imbalanced, which in turn can lead to many health challenges.
[B]Peak Athletic Performance[/B]
Glutahione plays a principle role in creating energy and helping your body utilize oxygen. Abundant glutathione levels allow your body to recover faster following strenuous exercise and neutralize free radical production that occurs naturally from exercising. The quicker you can recover from exertion, the quicker you can return to activity. Glutathione can serve as a keystone to your athletic success.
[B]Fight Cellular Inflammation[/B]
Uncontrolled inflammation is at the root of most major health issues ranging from heart conditions to joint and muscular discomfort. Glutahione offsets the effects of inflammation at the cellular level. Because glutathione is present in every cell of the human body, it can regulate inflammation throughout the body.
[B]What is Cellgevity?[/B]
[B]Cellgevity[/B] is a powerful natural antioxidant and anti-inflammatory supplement, designed to support your entire glutathione and cellular defence systems. Cellgevity contains key ingredient RiboCeine, along with a specially formulated blend of the purest plant extracts to dramatically increase the production of glutathione.
Cellgevity is ideal for supporting heart and lung function, detoxifying the liver, increasing mental clarity, increasing energy, strengthening the immune system and for improving overall health.
[B]The RiboCeine Breakthrough[/B]
[B]Riboceine[/B] is a very exciting recent advance in glutathione technology.
The novel RiboCeine compound is a unique fusion of the simple saccharide ribose with the amino acid cysteine. RiboCeine effectively delivers the essential precursor nutrients to the cell where they can then be turned into glutathione. The ribose component is also converted into ATP in the mitochondria, boosting energy levels.
In addition to RiboCeine, [B]Cellgevity[/B] contains:
[LIST][*]Selenium, which assists with the production of glutathione[*]Curcumin (from turmeric) has anti-inflammatory properties[*]Alpha Lipoic Acid - a potent antioxidant[*]Milk Thistle (silymarin) supports a healthy liver by removing harmful toxins[*]Broccoli seed extract and grape skin extract (antioxidants)[*]"Longevity molecule" resveratrol (found in red wine)[*]Quercetin is a supporting flavonoid compound that scavenges free radicals in the body[*]Bioperine (black pepper) to stimulate the digestion[*]Aloe extract to support a healthy immune system[*]Cordiceps (derived from wild mushroom) has been highly valued in Chinese medicine for centuries for its activity in restoring energy, increasing stamina, promoting longevity and improving quality of life.[/LIST]
[B]The Path to Health[/B]
Many diseases (such as [B]cancer[/B], [B]heart disease[/B], [B]brain disorders[/B], [B]depression[/B], [B]chronic fatigue[/B], [B]lung disease[/B]) are now known to be linked with glutathione deficiency. Glutathione supplementation can be of great benefit in preventing and managing many of these conditions. Improving your glutathione status reduces the underlying inflammation and oxidative stress at the root of so many diseases and also allows the body to eliminate harmful toxins, creating an inner environment
where the immune system can function properly.
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[B]Glutathione is Vital for the Eyes[/B]
The eyes contain very high concentrations of glutathione. Glutathione detoxifies the aqueous fluid of the inner eye and is essential for maintaining the transparency of the lens. Scientific studies show that [B]glutathione plays an important role in the prevention[/B] of [B]cataracts[/B], [B]glaucoma[/B], [B]retinal disease[/B] and [B]diabetic blindness[/B].
[B]Prostate Cancer and Glutathione[/B]
Enlargement of the prostate gland is very common, affecting 80% of men over the age of 80. The hypertrophy (enlargement) is more often benign than malignant.
[B]Glutathione deficiency has been linked with the increased likelihood of developing an enlarged prostate or prostate cancer. [/B]
[B]The Vital Role of Selenium [/B]
Brazil nuts are high in selenium
A recent study by the National Cancer Institute showed that selenium supplementation dramatically reduced the incidence of prostate cancer.
Selenium is essential for the production of glutathione peroxidase, the enzyme that mediates antioxidation by glutathione.
[B]Glutathione supplementation can help to prevent and treat prostate issues[/B]
There is increasing evidence that the glutathione system provides a vitally important defence against prostate problems. Glutathione supplementation and dietary changes are an important way to maintain a healthy gland as well as providing protection against the development of prostate cancer.
The novel compound [B]RiboCeine[/B] provides an elegant method of increasing intracellular glutathione production, by providing the essential precursors ribose and cysteine directly to the cells. RiboCeine is the key ingredient in the glutathione boosting supplement Cellgevity, along with supporting ingredients such as selenium to enhance the absorption of glutathione.
Each one of the CellGevity ingredients has many benefits individually and yet, also works to enhance the effectiveness of the other ingredients.
One ingredient does not cancel out another, on the contrary, ALL of of the ingredients in CellGevity work together synergistically to be more powerful as a whole than they are individually.
[B]CellGevity Ingredients: [/B]
Vitamin C (as Calcium Ascorbate USP)
[B]Selenium[/B] (as Selenomethionine)
[B]RiboCeine[/B] (D-Ribose L-Cysteine) -- primary ingredient needed by the cells in manufacturing natural intracellular glutathione
[B]Proprietary Blend: [/B]
Cordyceps Curcumin (Turmeric root extract)
Alpha Lipoic Acid
Grape Seed Extract
Milk Thistle Extract (Silybum Mariuanum)
Broccoli Extract (sulforaphane glucosinolate)
Aloe Extract BioPerine (Black Pepper)
Note: No whole Glutathione content
[B]Do You Want Peak Physical Performance and Quick Recovery Time? It's safe, legal, and has been approved by the Athletic Banned Substance Screening Program.[/B]
Testing based on World Anti-Doping Code Prohibited list available in 2007
* MaxGXL can naturally increase your energy level without stimulants and quicken your recovery time between events or workouts.
* MaxGXL has been verified (lymphocytes testing) to accelerate the production of glutathione levels in all your cells up to 299%.
* MaxGXL purifies, defends, and energizes your cells, empowering each cell to function at its optimal level.
[B]Special Benefits for Athletes:[/B]
[B]MaxGXL is legal, safe and it works![/B]
[LIST][*]A Natural Supplement approved by the Athletic Banned Substance Screening Program...[*]Quick recovery time between games and workouts...[*]Speeds recovery time from injuries by clearing inflammation and adding the cleansing power needed by each cell...[*]Naturally increases energy without stimulants...[*]Verified to increase intercellular glutathione levels up to 299%...[*]Optimal performance since MaxGXL naturally energizes, cleans, and protects every cell...[*]Researched and formulated by a leading medical researcher, Dr. Robert Keller to help his patients - not developed by a company...[*]MaxGXL nutritional formula was awarded a Compositional Patent usually reserved for preferential drugs from Pharma companies...[/LIST]
[B]Psoriasis and Glutathione[/B]
[URL="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6179360"]Blood glutathione-peroxidase levels in skin diseases[/URL]
Scientific papers [URL="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?term=psoriasis%20glutathione"][B][U]here[/U][/B][/URL]
[B]What is Psoriasis?[/B]
Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease that appears on the skin. It occurs when the immune system mistakes the skin cells as a pathogen, and sends out faulty signals that speed up the growth cycle of skin cells. The most common form, plaque psoriasis, is commonly seen as red and white hues of scaly patches appearing on the top first layer of the epidermis.
Individuals with psoriasis are at an elevated risk to develop other chronic and serious health conditions also known as "comorbid diseases" or "comorbidities.” These include heart disease, inflammatory bowel disease and diabetes. People with more severe cases of psoriasis have an increased incidence of psoriatic arthritis, cardiovascular disease, hypertension., diabetes, cancer, depression, obesity, and other immune-related conditions such as Crohn's disease.
[I]While others are struggling to treat and cure Psoriasis, we found out that with increasing Endogenous Antioxidant Glutathione at the cellular level, Psoriasis will never be a Problem anymore![/I]
[B]Below are the Symptoms and some facts about Psoriasis:[/B]
[LIST][*]It is not a contagious disorder.[*]Psoriasis is manifested by silvery, scaly patches that commonly appear on the scalp, ears, arms, legs, knees, elbows and back.[*]Skin cells are produced quickly, skin cells were replaced for only 2 to 6 days instead of the normal 21 to 28 days period.[*]Psoriasis affects around 3% of people globally.[*]Usually affects patients between age 11 to 45.[*]Constant shedding of dead skin cells.[*]Both dead and live cells accumulate on the skin surface.[*]There is a genetic link and it tends to run in families. About 30% of people with one first degree relative with psoriasis develop the condition.[*]There is no way of predicting who will develop psoriasis.[*]50-60% of people who first experience it do not know of anyone else in their family who has had it.[*]Patients with Psoriasis have low levels of Glutathione or suffering from Glutathione Deficiency.[/LIST]
The exact cause of psoriasis is still not known, but certain things act as triggers, and set the stage for a flare-up. Among them are food allergies, nutritional deficiencies, climate changes, damage to the skin from dryness, local injury or sunburn, reaction to certain drugs, infections, build up of toxins in an unhealthy colon and emotional stress.
Aside from increasing Glutathione at the cellular level, taking exogenous antioxidant and Vitamin B complex that makes skin healthy might help. Natural Glutathione inhibit the growth of psoriatic cells, it may also bring the cells back to its normal condition by making the DNA healthy. Detoxification programs are also helpful for patients with psoriasis to get rid of potential triggering toxins.
[B]Psoriasis and the Immune System[/B]
[B]Psoriasis[/B] is thought to be an immune-mediated disorder in which the excessive reproduction of skin cells is secondary to factors produced by the immune system. Immune T cells (which normally help protect the body against infection) become active, migrate to the dermis and trigger the release of cytokines (tumour necrosis factor-alpha TNFα, in particular) which cause inflammation and the rapid production of skin cells.
[B]Inflammation and Disease[/B]
Tumour necrosis factor alpha
Tumor necrosis factor (TNF-α) is a cytokine involved in systemic inflammation. The primary role of TNF is in the regulation of immune cells. TNF is able to induce inflammation in the body.
Dysregulation of TNF production has been implicated in a variety of human diseases, including Alzheimer's disease, cancer, major depression and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).
[B]Glutathione Reduces Inflammation Significantly[/B]
Inflammation is at the root of most diseases. [B]Glutathione[/B] is our most powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory molecule in the body, which is why scientists call it "The Guardian of the Cell". However our glutathione levels fall as we age leaving us vulnerable to many diseases.
[B]Cellgevity[/B] contains a unique compound called RiboCeine which works by increasing the intracellular glutathione levels in the body, providing an anti-inflammatory action and strengthening the immune system.
[B]MaxGXL[/B], on the other hand, provides the proper nutrients needed to promote the body’s own ability to manufacture and absorb glutathione. MaxGXL also aids in liver support, thus helping the liver to function as the main production site and storehouse for glutathione.
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[B]4 Facts About Glutathione (GSH)[/B]
Our body naturally creates a powerful antioxidant called "glutathione" or "GSH" to help deal with dangerous daily by-products of breathing oxygen and the toxic intrusions in our air, water, and food.
While glutathione (GSH) is thousands of times more prevalent and powerful than our body's other antioxidants, there are four important areas we must understand if we are going to make use of improved glutathione levels.
1. [B]Glutathione Absorption[/B]: We know that increased glutathione levels cleanse and optimize the cells of our body. How do we increase the GSH levels? Intravenous GSH is costly and a one-shot solution. Ingesting GSH supplementation gets torn apart in digesting it. GSH that would get to the blood stream is too large a molecule to get through cell membranes. The answer was developed by Dr. Robert Keller by creating a high level absorptive blend which contains the ingredients for GSH to be naturally accelerated in the most needed areas of the body.
2. [B]Glutathione Production[/B]: Glutathione is needed and used in all the 50 trillion cells tens of thousands of times per second. By providing the amino acids and other precursors needed by the cell to produce GSH, Dr. Keller's GXL formula naturally optimizes intracellular health in the areas it is most needed. GSH neutralizes oxidative stress and chaperones toxins from the cells and body.
3. [B]Glutathione Recycling[/B]: GSH is not only increased by the MaxGXL blend by more than 290% in 60 days, it is also recycled over and over again because of the other ingredients in the GXL formula. Dr. Keller does not know how many times the recycling of GSH goes around, but it is significant.
4. [B]Glutathione Maximization[/B]: Dr. Keller points out that there are at least 17 enzymes involved in the production, recycling, and storage of GSH. The blend uses the quercetin, cordyceps, and silimarin to maximize and aid these enzymes. An added benefit is the rejuvenation of the liver functions for creating and storing GSH.
[B]Glutathione (GSH)[/B]: The Master Antioxidant
Dr. Keller discovered that the most prevalent, powerful, and multifunctional antioxidant in the human body – employed by every organ – is glutathione.
Glutathione (GSH) is a small protein produced naturally in our cells if the requisite precursors are present. It functions both as an antioxidant and an antitoxin and is a major defense system against illness and aging. Our glutathione level actually indicates our state of health and can predict longevity. It has been suggested that in the future, GSH levels will be closely monitored. There are over 60,000 medical articles currently published on GSH, yet most health professionals have only a vague idea of its significance. In the near future the importance of glutathione will be widely recognized.
After learning of the importance of GSH, Dr. Keller needed to test the hypothesis that the levels of GSH in subjects with immune disorders were, in fact, severely diminished. To get a current and accurate gauge of a subject's GSH level, Dr. Keller knew the test must measure GSH inside of lymphocytes (activated cells); however, no such lab test existed.
Using a state-of-the-art medical laboratory, Dr. Keller and his team of scientists developed a proprietary lab test to measure levels of GSH inside the lymphocytes.
The tests confirmed the hypothesis. People who are stressed, aging, lacking sleep, or with any prolonged illness, utilize glutathione at an accelerated rate resulting in decreased bodily stores, weakened defenses, and increased risk of illnesses, including accelerated aging.
It was clear that the GSH levels needed to be replenished in these subjects. But how? Glutathione is produced naturally from three amino acids: glycine, glutamine, and cysteine. These essential precursors of GSH must be able to make it from the mouth to the gut, then through the cells walls, and subsequently the mitochondrial membrane. There lies the challenge.
Unfortunately we can’t raise our body’s GSH level with ordinary foods or pure L-glutathione. Even though glutathione is present in many fruits, vegetables, and meats, this protein is instantly broken down during digestion into its three amino acids. Cysteine, or N-acetylcysteine (NAC), is the most important of these precursors and is the main limiting factor necessary for the body to manufacture GSH. Alone in the gut after digestion, cysteine is treated as a free radical and rapidly oxidized. Consequently, only a very small percentage reaches our bloodstream and cells.
Furthermore, GSH is always in great demand and is rapidly consumed, so any GSH that is made will be used up quickly making it even more difficult to increase this level.
[B]The Solution: MaxGXL™...[/B]
After years of research and development, Dr. Keller developed MaxGXL™, a product that contained the necessary components of glutathione that when absorbed into the body, stimulate the body’s own production of glutathione to be used by every cell.
The Consumer Research Council...
The Consumers’ Research Council has named Dr. Keller one of America’s “Top Physicians in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, and 2007 in the fields of Internal Medicine, Immunology and Hematology. Dr. Keller has served on the faculties of the Mayo Graduate School of Medicine, the University of Wisconsin and the Medical College of Wisconsin (Marquette Univ.) He has published more than 100 original articles in various scientific and medical journals and has been awarded several patents. Dr. Keller was elected to The Board of Governors of the American Academy of HIV Medicine.
[B]...the most important information you could learn about your body[/B]
[B]Glutathione: The Great Protector[/B]
If biochemistry were the stuff of comic books, antioxidants would be the superheroes — with glutathione (gloota-thigh-own) being no less than a cross between Superman and Underdog. As the most powerful antioxidant in the body, glutathione works around the clock to fend off nefarious characters. And yet, few people recognize its importance.
Glutathione is likely to get more attention in the near future, as experts begin to connect the dots between depleted stores of the antioxidant and the likelihood of chronic disease. [B]“If you haven’t heard of glutathione yet, you will,”[/B] says Mark Hyman, MD, founder of The UltraWellness Center in Lenox, Mass., and a pioneer in the field of functional medicine. [B]“In terms of staying healthy, it is one of the most important molecules in the body."[/B]
[B]Glutathione is a triple threat to toxins[/B]. It [B]neutralizes free radicals[/B], [B]enhances the immune system[/B] and [B]detoxifies the liver[/B]. But some worry that it has met its match. The trappings of modern life — everything from refined foods to over-the-counter painkillers to stress — rob the body of this vital antioxidant. And, even if you’re doing everything right, aging takes a bite. Around age 45, our glutathione levels start to slip. Ultimately, those levels can dip as much as 50 percent below optimal as we age.
Some scientists are now wondering if low glutathione levels aren’t partly to blame for the free-radical-induced illnesses so common in middle age and later, such as Alzheimer’s, cancer and heart disease. Indeed, research published in the New England Journal of Medicine found that, among people with heart disease, those with the least amount of glutathione in their blood were 30 percent more likely to have a heart attack than those with the most glutathione.
Hyman didn’t understand the full ramifications of a glutathione deficiency until his own health was in peril. In the mid-1990s, he was besieged by muscle pain, brain fog and “bone-numbing” exhaustion. “I went from feeling really healthy one day to really sick the next,” he says.
After months of medical sleuthing, he discovered he had mercury poisoning — probably due to eating contaminated fish and breathing tainted air while working in China. He suspects that the burden of detoxifying the mercury depleted his glutathione levels, leading his body to break down under the strain. “As you detoxify, your body uses up more and more of your glutathione stores until it’s gone,” he says. “That’s when you end up with toxic overload.”
In exploring what went wrong, Hyman discovered he lacked a gene, called GSTM1, crucial to making and recycling glutathione. He estimates that roughly half of Americans are missing one or more of the genes necessary to produce enough of the antioxidant. The percentage climbs even higher among his critically ill patients, the vast majority of whom have rock-bottom glutathione levels. “At first I thought it was just a coincidence,” he says, “but I’ve come to realize that making and keeping a high level of glutathione is critical to preventing disease.”
Found in every cell in the body, glutathione protects the cell’s engine, called the mitochondria, from bacteria and viruses as well as toxins. It’s considered “the mother of all antioxidants,” as Hyman calls it, because all other antioxidants, including vitamin C and vitamin E, rely on it to give them a second life.
The average antioxidant has a short life span, sacrificing itself whenever it wipes out a free radical. But glutathione carries enough extra zip to not only bring spent antioxidants back from the dead but also to recharge itself, explains Leslie Fuller, ND, an educator at the National College of Natural Medicine and practitioner at the Nature Cures Clinic, both in Portland, Ore.
Most glutathione is made inside the body from three amino acids: glutamic acid, cysteine and glycine. In addition, some foods, particularly asparagus, spinach, avocado and squash, are high in a plant version of glutathione that the body converts to replenish its supply.
Under healthy conditions, and in a healthy environment, our bodies would be able to churn out plenty of glutathione to meet our daily needs. But cigarettes, alcohol, caffeine, processed foods and certain medications deplete the body’s stash. So does stress. And as Hyman discovered, toxic surroundings may pose an even bigger threat to our body’s glutathione supply.
To fully appreciate glutathione, it helps to know a little more about its nemesis: free radicals. Free radicals are unstable oxygen molecules created by our metabolism. The instability stems from a missing electron. In a mad attempt to find balance, the misfit molecules rip electrons from their neighbors. As a result, those molecules also turn into free radicals. This damage can eventually snowball and disrupt a cell’s integrity, causing it to behave abnormally.
“[B]Almost every chronic illness known to humankind has been linked in some measure to free-radical-induced tissue damage[/B],” says Lise Alschuler, ND, FABNO, coauthor of The Definitive Guide to Cancer: An Integrative Approach to Prevention, Treatment, and Healing, Third Edition (Celestial Arts, 2010).
That’s not to say the goal is zero emissions. Indeed, some free-radical damage is natural. Every breath inhaled, every calorie burned, every muscle contracted leaves a wisp of free radicals in its wake. “Even if we lived in a pristine environment, our bodies would make free radicals,” says Alschuler. And, as she explains, some free-radical damage is a good thing because a damaged cell is triggered to be either repaired or destroyed. By sparking either a renovation or a demolition, free-radical damage gets the body’s attention, and, if the body is healthy enough and the free-radical damage is not overly extensive, free radicals may play a role in preventing diseases like heart disease and cancer.
Unfortunately, our bodies must contend with an ever-growing onslaught of free radicals in the environment. Free radicals hitchhike into the body on the backs of chemicals in the air, the water supply and the food chain. The cumulative load is called oxidative stress. Corrosion caused by oxidative stress (or oxidation) inside the body is often compared to the slow rusting of metal when it’s exposed to the elements.
Protecting cells from oxidation is where antioxidants, particularly glutathione, come into play. All antioxidants retard oxidative stress, but because glutathione recharges its allies, it plays a particularly important role in helping the body keep up with our accelerated modern-day demands.
“We are in a situation where our manufacturing and our recycling of glutathione is maxed out,” says David Perlmutter, MD, FACN, ABIHM, author of Power Up Your Brain: The Neuroscience of Enlightenment (Hay House, 2011). “We just can’t detoxify fast enough.”
Found throughout the body, glutathione is concentrated in the liver. The body’s primary detox organ, the liver is charged with giving nutrients the nod to be absorbed and giving toxins the boot. But expelling a toxin isn’t easy. In phase one, liver enzymes must convert the toxin into a compound that can be flushed. In phase two, glutathione is used to grab hold of the toxin and escort it out of the body via urine or bile. If there isn’t enough glutathione on hand, the toxins stack up like so many cars in a traffic jam.
Glutathione owes much of its detoxifying prowess to [B]cysteine[/B]. A sulfur-rich amino acid, cysteine is abundant in eggs, garlic and whey protein. “Sulfur is a sticky, smelly molecule that acts like flypaper trapping toxins in the body,” explains Hyman. This is why vegetables high in sulfur, including garlic and onions, have been at the heart of detoxification diets for years.
Another plant substance, called cyanohydroxybutene (found in broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage) helps restock the body’s glutathione supply. “We’ve always been taught that broccoli and other cruciferous veggies are important to the detox protocol, but we didn’t fully understand why,” says Perlmutter. “Now we know that it’s because they enhance glutathione production.”
Green tea, fish oil and resveratrol also house substances that switch on genes responsible for making glutathione, Perlmutter notes. Aerobic exercise and yoga are thought to goose glutathione levels as well.
Although glutathione doesn’t come in a simple pill form, Perlmutter says, “You can take and do things that turn on your body’s genes to make more glutathione, and that’s pretty powerful stuff. You are modifying your own genetic expression.”
Logically, if more glutathione means better detoxification, people with the highest levels of the stuff should live the longest. That was the theory that drove Danish researchers to enroll 41 centenarians in a study of glutathione levels. Their results, published in the journal Age and Ageing, found that glutathione levels were highest in the healthiest seniors. Additionally, they discovered that the centenarians had higher levels of glutathione than people 20 to 40 years younger, hinting that glutathione may be one reason why their subjects had lived to such a ripe age.
[B]Need More? Make More[/B]
Recognizing when the body is running low on glutathione takes some detective work. Because it oxidizes quickly outside the body, the antioxidant does not lend itself to a blood test. So some healthcare practitioners, like Hyman, look for missing genes. Others consult indirect biochemical markers, such as short telomeres (the caps of DNA on either end of a chromosome, like handles on a jump rope) or high levels of oxidation in the blood. A history of chronic illness is also a clue.
But don’t wait until you’re sick to think about glutathione. High stress levels, certain medications, past infections and a poor diet can all nibble away at the body’s glutathione stash. The average American consumes only 35 milligrams of glutathione per day, says Alschuler, far short of the optimal daily intake of 250 milligrams. “This, coupled with decreasing glutathione production as we age, leaves most of us deficient.”
The good news: Protecting your glutathione levels is fairly simple, says Perlmutter, and “the health implications can be profound.”
[B]Easy Ways to Maximize Glutathione Production and Activity[/B]
Eat lots of glutathione-rich foods, such as asparagus, spinach, avocado, squash, melons, grapefruit and peaches. Whenever possible, eat these foods raw or minimally heated, since heat — and microwaving — tends to destroy antioxidants.
[B]Eat more colorful, antioxidant-packed produce[/B], such as strawberries, bell peppers and mangoes, all of which are particularly high in vitamin C. The more one-shot antioxidants you’ve got on board, the less your body needs to lean on its glutathione reserves.
[B]Eat more foods high in cysteine[/B]. The sulfur-rich amino acid is a key building block for glutathione. The best sources are eggs, garlic and whey protein. If you buy whey protein, make sure it is bioactive and made from undenatured (or nondenatured) proteins, meaning the bond between the amino acids is preserved, and the cysteine is more bioavailable.
[B]Limit exposure to toxins[/B] by buying organic produce, filtering your water, cutting down on refined foods, and avoiding chemical-packed personal-care and cleaning products. Minimizing your toxic burden will help preserve your body’s ability to produce glutathione, and also reduce excess demands on your body’s glutathione supplies.
The brain makes up only 2 percent of the body’s weight but eats up roughly 20 percent of its oxygen. Because the body spews free radicals when it uses oxygen, the brain is awash in rogue molecules. Glutathione helps protect the brain against their ravaging effects.
Uncontrolled free-radical damage is the tie that binds a handful of diseases that target the brain, including schizophrenia and Alzheimer’s. Evidence suggests that a shortage of glutathione is a factor in all of the above, but some of the most telling evidence is in people with Parkinson’s disease.
Parkinson’s disease corrupts the files in the brain that make dopamine, a chemical instrumental in coordinating the body’s movements. When researchers looked at the brains of people with Parkinson’s disease, they discovered that the area that makes dopamine, the substantia nigra, contained up to 40 percent less glutathione than the rest of the organ. “So, here’s an area that’s being damaged by free radicals, that’s low in glutathione, and therefore [is] at more risk for free-radical damage,” says neurologist David Perlmutter, MD, FACN, ABIHM.
While much about Parkinson’s disease remains a mystery, a role for glutathione seems certain. For his part, Perlmutter sees glutathione as a vital treatment option. “We are all about getting as much glutathione to the brain as possible,” he says. “It really is one of the most protective agents around.”
Some free-radical damage is the natural byproduct of our body’s cellular processes; however, our bodies are made ever more vulnerable to an increasing amount of free-radical damage due to environmental factors, including the sun, pollution, poor nutrition and chronic stress.
Enter glutathione, “the mother of all antioxidants,” which helps to recharge other antioxidants, thus protecting our cells from free-radical-induced oxidation.
Glutathione is concentrated in the liver, the body’s primary detox organ. Glutathione grabs hold of toxins in the liver and escorts them out along with the body’s waste products.
Too little glutathione? Toxins accumulate in the body and can contribute to many inflammation-based diseases.
[B]The Next-Best Things: Glutathione Precursors[/B]
One reason that glutathione wallows in relative obscurity is that, unlike vitamin C or E, it isn’t easily shoehorned into a supplement you can swallow. “With glutathione it’s not that easy,” says David Perlmutter, MD, FACN, ABIHM, author of Power Up Your Brain: The Neuroscience of Enlightenment (Hay House, 2011).
That’s because to succeed as an oral supplement, a nutrient must be able to wiggle through the intestinal wall and into the bloodstream, he explains. Otherwise it’s doomed to be destroyed in the gut. Here is where glutathione’s size works against it. A large molecule, called a tripeptide, glutathione cannot sneak through the intestinal wall intact. Instead, its three amino acids are broken apart during digestion and reassembled in the blood. (To get around this problem, many practitioners give therapeutic doses of glutathione intravenously.)
Experts disagree on exactly how much oral glutathione reaches its final destination, but all agree the best bet is to deliver plenty of building blocks (a.k.a. precursors) the body needs to make glutathione on its own.
In addition to eating glutathione-rich foods (see above) here are four more ways to get the raw materials you need:
[B]N-acetyl-cysteine[/B] (NAC): NAC supplements are made synthetically from the amino acid l-cysteine. The small molecule slips seamlessly into the blood where it combines with glutamic acid and glycine to restock the liver’s supply of glutathione. A potent liver detoxifier, NAC is approved by the Food and Drug Administration as a tool to limit liver damage caused by acetaminophen overdose.
[B]Alpha-lipoic acid[/B] (ALA): A key antioxidant, alpha-lipoic acid (not to be confused with alpha-linolenic acid) is both water- and fat-soluble, meaning it can vanquish free radicals throughout the body, including in the brain. That’s no small matter, since oxidative damage is tied to many brain diseases, including Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. The best dietary sources of ALA are organ meats (such as liver) and brewer’s yeast.
[B]Selenium[/B]: A mineral found in Brazil nuts, meat and seafood, selenium boosts the body’s ability to recycle glutathione. “Eating just one to two Brazil nuts daily supplies enough selenium for most people,” says Lise Alschuler, ND, FABNO, coauthor of The Definitive Guide to Cancer: An Integrative Approach to Prevention, Treatment, and Healing, Third Edition (Celestial Arts, 2010).
[B]Vitamin C[/B]: One of the most well-known antioxidants, vitamin C is glutathione’s crime-fighting cohort. In studies, people with high levels of vitamin C typically have high glutathione levels, as well. The two antioxidants work in tandem to rid the body of water-soluble toxins.
[B]What is Migraine?[/B]
Migraine is a chronic disorder characterised by recurrent severe headaches that can last up to 72 hours. The headache is often unilateral (one sided). Associated symptoms may include nausea, increased sensitivity to light and sound, and aura. Migraines are more common in women, and may possibly be related to fluctuating hormone levels. Certain triggers may also be a cause for migraine such as stress, exercise, hunger, chemical toxins, food additives (eg MSG), alcohol, caffeine, electromagnetic radiation, the menstrual cycle and fatigue.
[B]The Role of Glutathione[/B]
[B]Glutathione[/B] is the brain's most important antioxidant and free radical scavenger. Glutathione plays a vital role in mopping up harmful toxins, so if glutathione get depleted these toxins can accumulate and cause cell damage. Glutathione is able to chelate and remove mercury from the body via the liver. Glutathione also plays a vital role in the production of melatonin, an endogenous antioxidant that is involved in regulating our circadian rhythms.
[B]How is Migraine Treated?[/B]
Migraine sufferers typically take pain relieving medications (such as aspirin, ibuprofen, paracetamol or acetaminophen), however [B]these medicines have the unfortunate side effect of further depleting glutathione stores in the body[/B].
[B]The Natural Approach[/B]
Many people have reported relief from migraines within a few weeks of commencing Cellgevity (or the original formulation MaxGXL) to boost their glutathione levels. Initially the person may experience a slight 'detoxification' reaction in the first few days and feel more tired than usual, but this is a good sign that the product is working to cleanse the cells of toxins.
Cellgevity and MaxGXL are ideal for supporting brain function, improving mental clarity, improving sleep, increasing energy and for optimising overall health.
[B]MaxGXL Is For Athletes and Active People[/B]
Are you into sports and do you want to have that edge over your opponent during competition? Do you need that extra energy to sustain your body during intense workouts?
All you need is MAXGXL, a glutathione accelerator which enhances the production of glutathione with an unsurpassed NAC formula.
[B]WHY DO ATHLETES AND ACTIVE PEOPLE NEED THIS SUPPLEMENT?[/B]
Athletes and active people need MaxGXL because various daily impacts such as stress, exercise, infection, injury and environmental toxins reduce their glutathione levels. Low glutathione levels are linked to different kinds of diseases such as cancer, Parkinson's, chronic fatigue,diabetes, arthritis etc.
[B]HOW DOES MAXGXL INCREASE GLUTATHIONE IN THE BODY?[/B]/COLOR][/SIZE]
MaxGXL helps to provide an essential building block for glutathione so that your body can manufacture it naturally in the cell. [B]MAXGXL IS NOT GLUTATHIONE, IT IS AN ACCELERATOR THAT HELPS YOUR OWN BODY PRODUCE AND OPTIMIZE GLUTATHIONE (GSH)[/B]
[B]WHY DON'T I JUST HAVE IV GLUTATHIONE OR GLUTATHIONE PILLS?[/B]
Even in very large doses, glutathione taken orally is not well absorbed by the body: it is destroyed by the gastrointestinal tract before it ever reaches the cells and consequently doesn't boost the overall glutathione levels. Intravenous glutathione is more effective, but not significantly.
[B]WHY DO WE NEED HIGH LEVELS OF GLUTATHIONE IN OUR BODIES?[/B]
Glutathione helps other antioxidants and nutrients do their jobs properly. Without it, no amount of supplementation or healthy eating will do us any good. In addition, since our immune system depends on this substance, a lack of it causes us to get sick more often. It also protects our mitochondria, which provide energy to our cells. Our mitochondria are very vulnerable to the effects of free radicals, so if glutathione weren't present they would deteriorate very quickly and our cells would die.
Furthermore, this antioxidant helps our body get rid of toxins. This is important, because most of us are exposed to dangerous chemicals on a daily basis. In fact, a study by Cornell University found that over 60% of the world's population is harmed by air pollution, and the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health recently found that almost 900 of the chemicals used in cosmetics and skincare products are toxic.
The level of glutathione in our body is also lowered by sickness, toxins and other things that cause physical or emotional stress. Because it is nearly impossible to avoid these things with our modern lifestyle, most people do not have enough glutathione in their bodies.
Although glutathione is produced naturally in the body, its levels begin to decline at around twenty years of age. From that point, they decrease by 8% to 12% every decade.
By the time a person is 50, these levels are only at 60% to 70% of what they were in their teens.
[B]WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF MAXGXL FOR ATHLETES?[/B]
A natural supplement approved by the Athletic Banned Substance Screening Program
Quick recovery time between games and workouts
Speeds recovery time from injuries by clearing inflammation and adding cleansing power needed by the cell.
Increases energy without stimulants (no need for energy drinks which are proven harmful to health)
Verified to increase intercellular glutathione levels up to 400 percent
Optimal performance since MaxGxl energizes and cleanse every cell
[B]WHAT MAKES MAXGXL DIFFERENT FROM OTHER SUPPLEMENTS?[/B]
Our product, MaxGXL, is possibly the most sensible method of raising glutathione levels inside lymphocytes, or activated cells. MaxGXL has a composition patent (composition patents are normally reserved for the most unique, and novel, ideas – usually pharmaceuticals) for a method of raising glutathione levels in humans.
Most natural supplements are not given a Patent.
The U.S. Patent office awarded Dr. Robert Keller a Composition Patent for his scientific breakthrough product.
This gives Max International the right to market the product [B]WITHOUT competition[/B], guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution.This is only the 16th time in the history of the United States patent office that this has been done with a nutritional substance. MaxGXL's Patent number is # 6,262,019
[B]MaxGXL is backed up by Clinical Studies:[/B]
The study was conducted in accordance with the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations applicable to clinical studies (45 CFR 46 and21 CFR including parts 50 and 56 concerning informed consent and IRB regulations)
The study was also conducted in full conformity with the current revision of the Declaration of Helsinki, or with theInternational Conference for Harmonization Good Clinical Practice (ICH-GCP)regulations and guidelines, whichever afforded the greater protection to the subject.
The MaxGXL studies were done with the tightest of protocols: Double Blind, Placebo Controlled, Crossover clinical study
[B]TESTIMONIES OF ATHLETES:[/B]
[B]THE ST. GEORGE ROADRUNNERS[/B], a minor league baseball team in St. George, Utah, have used MaxGXL since the team's inception in early 2007. Sponsored by Max International associates Jay McGregor and Stephen Wade, the team as a whole has noticed a difference in their performance and recovery times since starting MaxGXL.
Team Member Ryan Stephenson notes the difference in his life: "We play games almost every day, and my recovery time is awesome," he says, "I wake-up feeling refreshed and ready to go."
[B]STEVEN WRIGHT[/B], a fellow teammate, shares a similar view. "Once I started using MaxGXL, I noticed a change in my body's recovery, " he says. "My body has responded with great, fast and intense recovery, which enhances my performance."
[B]COREY SNYDER[/B], the Roadrunners' manager, could detect the difference MaxGXL made in his life. After pitching and hitting balls all day during tryouts, he expected to be sore the next day...but he wasn't. That's when he decided to share MaxGXL with his team, which benefits from maxGXL. "The pitchers recover quicker from their outings," he says. "And I can throw batting practice every day and feel no discomfort or stress on my arm."
[B]IAN WALLING[/B], is a professional athlete with many titles under his belt: WNSO World Pro Champion, Mr. Natural Universe 1998, Natural Olympia gold medal winner and others. He's also a personal trainer to future natural bodybuilding competiors. "Since I have been using MaxGXL, I just feel better," he says. "My energy is great. I noticed that my muscle recovery has increased after my workouts. I take MaxGXL before AND after I work out."
History was made by [B]SUGAR SHANE MOSLEY[/B] on Saturday, January 23, 2009, in front of a huge audience at the Staples Center in Anaheim, California. Mosley Knocked out Antonio Margarito in the ninth round to claim the WBA welterweight title. His most dynamic win in over half a decade! This Championship boxer along with his father, Jack, are both taking the patented glutathione accelerator, MaxGXL.
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sa mga mahilig uminom dyan, ito na hinahanap ninyo para ewas [B]hangover[/B] -- for real :)
There are several causes of hangovers. The primary one, which is also very detrimental to one's health and the liver, is [B]acetaldehyde toxicity[/B]. The liver converts alcohol into acetaldehyde, a compound 30 times more toxic than alcohol.
The body's naturally occurring antioxidant, [B]glutathione[/B], bonds with the acetaldehyde to convert it into acetic acid so that it can be eliminated from the body. However, when the human body's reserves of glutathione are depleted by the conversion of the acetaldehyde into acetic acid, the result is a hangover that also prevents the liver from performing its other vital functions.
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[B]Glutathione And Male Infertility[/B]
In Theo Colborn’s book “”Our Stolen Future”", it is written that, reproductive damage is caused by Persistent organic pollutants (POPs) and endocrine-disrupting chemicals from plastics used everyday.
Lifestyle habits like cigarette smoking, alcohol consumption, chronic stress and nutritional deficiencies are the risk factors known to decrease sperm quality.
Besides all these factors, pollution is a major factor responsible for increased rate of male infertility.
persistent environmental pollutants have many negative effects on male fertility.
If a person smokes, drinks or is exposed to stress, chemicals, radiation and pesticides or take medicines affecting fertility, he should consider taking an antioxidant supplement to reverse some of the damage that is caused.
Other studies have shown that antioxidants such as glutathione are useful in the treatment of male infertility and increase sperm count, morphology and motility of sperm. Glutathione in particular can help to increase the possibility of chances of conceiving. Enzyme glutathione peroxides play an important role in protection against oxidative damage in u200b u200bsperma human.
[B]Importance of Glutathione for Sperm Quality and Fertility:[/B]
Infertile men are found to have significantly higher levels of ROS and lower levels of total antioxidants.
Also, a low level of glutathione during sperm production is believed to cause a disorder in the membrane integrity of spermatozoa, if there is an increased oxidative stress.
Therefore, lower levels of antioxidants like glutathione are correlated with reduced sperm movement.
[B]Role of Glutathione in the Treatment of Infertility:[/B]
Glutathione is not only essential for sperm antioxidant defenses, but also for selenium and formation of “”phospholipids hydro peroxide glutathione peroxides”" – an enzyme present in spermatids – which develops into a structural protein in the mid-piece of mature spermatozoa.
Glutathione, which is a free radical hunter and destroyer, is used to restore the structure and function of poly-unsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) in the cell membrane and can be used to treat the cases of male infertility.
Studies have found that glutathione was a statistically significant positive effect on sperm and sperm morphology.
The conclusion of these studies indicated that glutathione therapy could represent a possible therapeutical tool in cases where exposure to toxins or ROS is the probable cause of infertility.
To Increase naturally your Glutathione level take MAXGXL, the Glutathione Accelerator, CellGevity and MaxOne.
[B]Here's what doctors say about MaxGXL[/B]
Dr. Corinne Allen - Idaho
Dr. Corinne Allen is an international researcher and practitioner in natural health and nutrition and has been in practice for more than 30 years. After receiving her doctorate in nutrition, Dr. Allen went on to more training in neurokinesiology and brain-stimulation techniques. She is recognized for her natural and practical approach to health regarding natural and alternative methods of stimulating permanent changes in the brain in dyslexia, ADD, autism, Asperger's syndrome, learning disabilities, academic and behavioral issues and brain injuries.
“As soon as I heard about MaxGXL®, I knew it was important,” she says. “It has been the most significant product that I have ever used for the nutritional support of the brain and nervous system. I have never seen such fast, amazing and life-changing results from a single nutritional supplement. I work with all levels of brain injuries, mild to severe, and I find that from babies on up, if they have brain, emotional or developmental issues, they are severely lacking in glutathione.” “I have been on MaxGXL® for four months,” Dr. Allen says. “My energy level has doubled. I find that I have more sustained energy for 12 to 15 hours a day. My organization and management of my work has become better. My stress levels have greatly dropped. My stamina and endurance have increased. My motivated, strong production hours have increased substantially. I started taking it before bed and am now getting to sleep faster and sleeping more soundly.”
Dr. John Kindle - Ontario, Canada
Dr. John Kindle practices family medicine in Canada and has been a physician for 34 years. Although he's always been healthy, he says, he was diagnosed with cancer in 2003 and, as a result, had a kidney removed. He then began to search for ways to maintain and improve his health and immune function, and discovered MaxGXL®. “The science behind this product made absolute sense to me,” he says. “I started to use the product myself and advised my patients about what I had found.” Dr. Kindle says he finds beneficial results when using MaxGXL®. “In my personal life, I have experienced incredible energy and my recovery time playing squash amazes me, as I play athletes 20 years younger I am,” he says. “I am sleeping more soundly, as well.”
Dr. Daria Davidson - Washington
Dr. Daria Davidson has been in health care for more than 30 years, first as an R.N., then as an emergency- medicine physician for 20 years and for the last several years in a private holistic-medicine practice. “I've worked clinically with nutritional supplements for the last 12 years, and it is rare that I am truly impressed,” she says. “When I learned that MaxGXL® was formulated by Dr. Robert Keller, I knew that this was one important supplement, probably the most significant one I'll see in my lifetime. I have been using MaxGXL® personally and with patients since April 2007, and the results are delightful and varied.
Dr. Bryan Turner - Utah
As medical director for Jordan Health and Wellness Center and a community-based hospice, Dr. Bryan Turner holds doctorates in both veterinary and human medicine (D.V.M., M.D.). In his practice, he focuses on longevity and anti-aging medicine, weight management and cardiovascular health. “MaxGXL® has been a valuable product that many of our patients have used to increase energy and restore health and vitality,” he says. “Most people who try it will recognize the improved well-being and see that their health begins to improve shortly after starting the capsules. The biochemistry MaxGXL® induces is sheer genius.”
Rex Anderson Jr., M.D., Neurology Founder, NeuroMedical Institute for Age Management
Dr. Rex Anderson, Jr. M.D received his medical degree from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas. After a mixed medicine internship, he completed a residency program in neurology at the University Of Utah College of Medicine in Salt Lake City, Utah. Afterward, he spent two years in the armed forces and then established a neurology practice. Throughout his 30 years of neurological practice Dr. Anderson witnessed a variety of acute neurological and chronic degenerative diseases. Realizing the best treatment was prevention; Dr. Anderson took a proactive approach and founded the NeuroMedical Institute for Age Management in Dallas.
[B]Charles Mabry[/B], M.D. OB/GYN
[B]Dr. Charles Mabray[/B] is a graduate of Baylor College of Medicine and a Diplomate and Fellow at the American College of OB/GYN. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Environmental Medicine and is certified with the American Board of Bariatric Medicine. He has several publications in peer-reviewed journals and is the author of a book on nutrition and health, The Genesis Strategy. Dr. Mabray considers himself to be a student of medicine who isn't content to merely diagnose but is always asking how and why. Dr. Mabray said he constantly strives to establish better, less invasive, treatment methods that treat patients using few medications, while trying to raise patient awareness regarding personal responsibility. He is a long-time advocate of nutritional supplements. After his introduction to Max in May of 2007 he began to offer MaxGXL on a small scale to patients, family and friends. [B]"It rapidly became obvious that MaxGXL had something special, yielding quality of life improvement in multiple areas. I am now a full-fledged fan. I would encourage all of my medical friends to get acquainted with the Max line of products."
[B]Dr. Dale J. Bradley[/B], [B]DO, Internal Medicine[/B]
Owner, Tyler Internal Medicine Associates, Tyler, Texas
[B]Dr. Dale J. Bradley[/B] graduated from the Des Moines University, College Of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery in 1994. He became a flight surgeon in the United States Air Force and attained the rank of Major. Following his time in the Air Force, he began his private practice of Internal Medicine in Tyler, Texas. A longtime proponent of nutritional and cellular health, Dr. Bradley was aware of the role of intercellular glutathione. When first introduced to MaxGXL, Dr. Bradley was skeptical that glutathione levels could be increased by an oral supplement. After a great deal of research, he and his wife decided they would try it. Within one week he and his wife experienced transformational results that he termed amazing. He then saw similar results with his extended family members. Extending its use to his patients transformed the very nature of his practice.
[B]Dr. Tim Kershenstein [/B]
[B]Dr. Kershenstein[/B] specializes in tropical and integrative medicine. He has studied Eastern Medicine which focuses on the cause, not the symptoms, of a disease. "In my opinion the West is too quick to revert to pharmaceutical drugs for treatment when the use of a natural remedy would be more appropriate and have fewer side effects." Dr. Kershenstein feels Max's glutathione enhancing products are effective remedies. He said 80 percent of people he's presented Max products to have responded quickly with definitive results. His family and friends have improved their quality of life with daily use of these products. He said that he has given them to many of his colleagues and the results have been miraculous. Referring to his background in a natural Eastern approach to healthcare, Dr. Kershenstein said that in China doctors get paid when people are well instead of sick.
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