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The Glutathione Accelerator - Below is a synopsis of each of these ingredients individually to give more of an idea of the synergy of this product. MAXGXL uses the highest grade (gst grade), of each ingredient in a synthesized and patented formula that

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Vitamin C (as Calcium Ascorbate) 250mgCalcium Ascorbate is an optimal nutritional supplement that combines Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) with Calcium Carbonate. By combining these two dietary ingredients, it is a buffered source of Vitamin C that will not contribute to gastric irritation in sensitive persons.I-Glutamine 750 mgThis is the most abundant of the amino acids in the human body. Its main storage site is in the musculature; where about 60% of all the unbound amino acids are glutamine (glutamine makes up a smaller percentage of muscle protein, the main bound form). Glutamine has been called a “conditionally essential” nutrient, because it is non-essential in normal situations (manufactured by the body in adequate quantities; not required in the diet), but in illness or injury becomes insufficient (there is then a need for supplementation from the diet or other sources).N Acetyl Cysetine (NAC) 375 mgN-Acetylcysteine is derived from the sulfur-containing amino acid, cysteine. It is produced naturally in the body and is also obtained from the diet. Along with glutamic acid and glycine NAC is a precursor to glutathione, which is the body’s most important cellular antioxidant. Proponents of NAC find that NAC is an immune enhancer; prevents and treats cancer; detoxifies heavy metals; treats smoker’s cough and bronchitis; prevents heart disease; slows progression of HIV; relieves hangover symptoms; reduces exercise fatigue. It is used as a supplement for bronchitis, HIV infection, cystic fibrosis, cancer chemotherapy support, acetaminophen poisoning, heavy metal poisoning, and septic shock.Alpha Lipoic Acid 75mgQuite Possibly the “Universal” Antioxidant. The body needs ALA to produce energy. It plays a crucial role in the mitochondria, the energy-producing structures in cells. The body actually makes enough ALA for these basic metabolic functions. This compound acts as an antioxidant, however, only when there is an excess of it and it is in the “free” state in the cells. But there is little free ALA circulating in your body, unless you consume supplements or get it injected. Foods contain only tiny amounts of it. What makes ALA special as an antioxidant is its versatility-it helps deactivate an unusually wide array of cell-damaging free radicals in many bodily systems. In particular, ALA helps protect the mitochondria and the genetic material, DNA. As we age, mitochondrial function is impaired, and it’s theorized that this may be an important contributor to some of the adverse effects of aging. ALA also works closely with vitamin C and E and some other antioxidants, “recycling” them and thus making them much more effective.Cordyceps 300mgCordyceps sinensis, known in China as Dong Chong Xia Cao (”Summer Grass, Winter Worm”) and in the West as Cordyceps or The Caterpillar Fungus, has long been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for the promotion of cardiovascular, sexual and immune system health and as a general energizing tonic, as it oxygenates the blood. Traditional Chinese Medicine have used it to treat fatigue and other ailments for 1,500 years.N Acetyl D-Glucosamine 125 mgUsed to strengthen immune function & is one of the building blocks of joint tissue and other connective tissues. In certain studies have been known to restrain and treat cancer. As to all kinds of inflammations, it is able to aid in therapy effectively. And also bone arthritis and joint pains have been reduced with using it alone or together with MSM.Quercetin 37.5mgThis is an anti-oxidant that belongs to a group of plant pigments called flavonoids that are largely responsible for the colors of many fruits, flowers, and egetables. Flavonoids, such as quercetin, provide many healthpromoting benefits. They act as antihistamines (which are useful in reducing allergy symptoms) and help reduce inflammation associated with various forms of arthritis. Quercetin also works as an antioxidant by scavenging damaging particles in the body known as free radicals. These particles occur naturally in the body but can damage cell membranes, [...]