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MAXGXL Facts "The Glutathione Accelerator"
D-Glucosamine, Quercetin, Milk Thistle Extract (Silybum Marianum) 80% Silimarin.
*Daily value not established. 100% natural. No sugar, starch, yeast, soy or preservatives. Vitamin C: (
as Calcium Ascorbate) Is an antioxidant that is required for tissue growth and repair, adrenal gland function and
healthy gums. Aids in the production of anti-stress hormones. It protects against harmful effects of pollution, helps prevent cancer,
protects against infection, and enhances immunity. May reduce cholesterol levels and high blood pressure and prevent
atherosclerosis. N Acetyl Cysteine
: Is an immune enhancer; prevents and treats cancer; detoxifies heavy metals; treats smoker cough and
bronchitis; prevents heart disease; slows progress of HIV infection; reduces exercise fatigue; increases levels of glutathione in the
liver. Cysteine is present in alpha-keratin, the chief protein constituent of the fingernails, toenails, skin, and hair. Because it
increases glutathione levels in the lungs, kidneys, liver and bone marrow, it has an anti-aging effect on the body. L-glutamine: Can
be helpful in treatment of arthritis, fibrosis, and intestinal disorders. Used to treat problems of epilepsy, fatigue,
impotence, senility, and decreases sugar cravings and the desire for alcohol.
N Acetyl D-Glucosamine:
Is used to strengthen immune functions, can restrain and treat all kinds of cancer, and used to treat
bone arthritis and joint pain. Quercetin:
Is known as a potent antioxidant that helps fight free radicals that can cause cellular damage. It is a natural anti-
histamine and anti-inflammatory. May help prevent cancer, especially prostate cancer. May also help to reduce symptoms like
fatigue, depression, and anxiety. Milk Thistle Extract:
May be used to relieve congestion of the liver, spleen, and kidney. Used for prevention of liver disorders. Alpha Lipoic Acid:
It directly recycles and extends the metabolic life span of Vitamin C, glutathione, and Coenzyme Q-10, and
renews Vitamin E. Cordyceps:
Boosts energy and endurance. It is believed it may help your body use energy more efficiently by increasing blood
flow to your liver and other organs and by improving your oxygen use. May alleviate fatigue. Conjugated Linoleir Acid:
Increases metabolic rate, decreases abdominal fat, enhances muscle growth, lowers cholesterol and
triglycerides, lowers insulin resistance and enhances immune system.
The key to this product is the Composition Patent. It's the science behind the formulation that makes this product so
effective, more so than by using the ingredients individually. Plus, it is much less expensive than buying them separately.
Ingredients in MaxGXL:
Per packet of 3 capsules:L-glutamine (750 mg); N Acetyl Cysteine (375 mg); Cordyceps (300 mg); Vitamin C (250 mg); N Acetyl
D-glucosamine (125 mg); Conjugated Linoleic Acid (100 mg); Quercetin (37.5 mg); Alpha Lipoic Acid (75 mg); Milk Thistle
Extract (Silymarin), (25 mg); gelatin (capsules).
Recommended dose of Max GXL
The Recommended dose of MaxGXL is 6 capsules per day (3 in the morning and a packet mid afternoon or evening). If you range from 200+ lbs in weight, you may consider taking a larger dose, (9 capsules per day). Any larger dose, consult your physician or health care practitioner.
MaxGXL is supplied in packets of 3 capsules each. There are 56 of these packets in each box of MaxGXL, and at the
recommended dose of 2 packets per day, a box of MaxGXL will last for 28 days.
Does MaxGXL have FDA approval?
MaxGXL is a nutritional supplement and not a drug. The FDA does not approve nutritional supplements. MaxGXL (like all
nutritional supplements) cannot make a claim to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease. The manufacturer makes these statements
regarding MaxGXL: MaxGXL Product Statement and Benefits
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