Glutathione: Master Antioxidant

  • Reduce Risk of Developing Cancer
  • Slow Aging, and Improve Mental Functions, Heart and Lungs
  • Fight Inflammation
  • Enable Your Own Antioxidant Regeneration With Glutathione

Simply put, glutathione (GSH) is your body’s master antioxidant. It’s a small protein in your cells that’s naturally produced when certain required elements are present. It functions both as an antioxidant and antitoxin, and is a major defense against illness and aging. Modern research has shown that individuals who have low levels of glutathione are susceptible to chronic illness. Decreased levels of glutathione can be brought about by continual stress on your immune system. As we now know, a lowered immune system can bring about illness and disease. This is a ferocious cycle. While you need glutathione for a productive immune system, a weakened immune system hampers the production of glutathione.

Our glutathione level actually indicates our state of health and can predict longevity.

Glutathione has been shown to slow down the aging process, detoxify and improve liver function, strengthen the immune system, and reduce the chances of developing cancer. Glutathione also works to help improve mental functions, increase energy, improve concentration, permit increased exercise, and improve heart and lung function – just to name a few. Although there are more than 60,000 published papers on the benefits of glutathione supplementation, it is still largely ignored by mainstream medicine. In the near future, the importance of glutathione will be widely recognized because it can boost your immune system and fight the damage of free radicals in your cells.

Glutathione is Critical for Life

From the very first breath we take to our last exhale, we all have one thing in common. Breathing air provides our cells with oxygen for life and energy production. Pollutants and toxins in the air are also part of the modern global condition. Our need and intake of oxygen also results in oxidation and free radicals bouncing around in our cells, all 50 trillion or so of them, leading to cell damage and intracellular and systemic inflammation. Your body is designed with an amazing cell cleanser, detoxifier, free radical neutralizer, and inflammation reducer called glutathione (GSH). It is the most concentrated of all intercellular endogenous antioxidants. Without it we would die.

Facts About Glutathione (GSH)

Our body naturally creates a powerful antioxidant called “glutathione” or “GSH” to help deal with dangerous daily byproducts 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 your body’s other antioxidants, there are four important areas we must understand if we are going to make use of improved glutathione levels.

1. Glutathione Absorption
We know that increased glutathione levels cleanse and optimize the cells of your body. How do we increase GSH levels? Intravenous GSH is costly and a one-shot solution. Ingesting GSH supplementation gets torn apart in digestion. GSH molecules that would get to your blood stream are too large to penetrate your 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 your body.

2. Glutathione Production
Glutathione is needed and used in all 50 trillion cells, tens of thousands of times per second. By providing the amino acids and other precursors needed by your cell to produce GSH, Dr. Keller’s MaxGXL formula naturally optimizes intracellular health in the areas it is most needed. GSH neutralizes oxidative stress and eliminator toxins from your cells and body.

3. Glutathione Recycling
GSH is increased by the MaxGXL blend by more than 290% in 60 days, and it’s also recycled over & over again, because of other ingredients in the MaxGXL formula. Dr. Keller does not know how many times the recycling of GSH goes around, but it is significant.

4. Glutathione Maximization
Dr. Keller points out that there are at least 17 enzymes involved in the production, recycling, and storage of GSH. This MaxGXL blend uses 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.

Author: Life Enthusiast Staff