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MaxOne: Helping Your Body Stay Young

Updated on April 1, 2014

Looking at Age Extension Products

According to a new book by Gary Renard, natural age extension products are the wave of the future. MaxOne is touted as a specific product that will be proven to stimulate the body's ability to heal itself and stay young. Looking into age extension is one of 12 suggestions in the book for things we can do to stay healthy. I love the book, so I decided to "look into age extension" and share what I learn.

I researched age extension in general and the product called MaxOne in particular. I was initially surprised to see a product mentioned by name. Gary Renard has written three books on spirituality. I have read all three and do not recall any other instance where a specific product is mentioned. I wanted to know more. What I learned about age extension and MaxOne certainly surprised me and may surprise you.

Eye-Opening Endorsement

One of the first things I learned about MaxOne is that the product has at least one very prominent supported. The following is an exact quote from a former president of the American Medical Association, John C. Nelson, MD:

"This product, in my opinion, represents the single most important breakthrough in health that I will witness in my lifetime. I believe it will revolutionize, change, and transform the practice of medicine world-wide and make Dr. Robert Keller more famous than Jonas Salk who created the polio vaccine."

That is a powerful endorsement. What is it about MaxOne that inspired Dr. Nelson to praise this product in such glowing terms?

Glutathione Breakthrough

To understand what MaxOne is all about, you need to know a little about a molecule called glutathione. Glutathione was discovered in 1888 and is the most powerful antioxidant in the human body. According to Dr. Mark Hyman, MD, "it is the most important molecule you need to stay healthy and avoid disease". And according to Dr. Herbert Nagasawa Ph.D., "Categorically and without any equivocation whatsoever, I can tell you that Glutathione is THE most important endogenous antioxidant there is."

My reading indicates that glutathione supplements do not increase glutathione levels because the molecules are changed in the stomach before they can be absorbed in the body. The scientific breakthroughs began when Dr. Robert Keller discovered ways to increase glutathione levels by stimulating the body's own ability to produce it. Dr. Keller's original formula was called Max GXL According to Dr. Keller, Max GXL contains the components of glutathione that when absorbed into the body will be maximally created into glutathione so it can be used within each and every cell in your body.

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Dr. Keller and Max GXL

A Truly Remarkable Product

Working independently of Dr. Robert Keller, Dr. Herbert Nagasawa made his own significant contribution to the development of MaxOne. These two doctors in different parts of the world devoted their lives to glutathione. Their work achieved extraordinary breakthroughs in the field of glutathione research and development. MaxOne has been proven to increase glutathione levels over 250%. No other product of supplement comes close to these levels. For more details on the studies that demonstrate these increases visit www.extramaxinfo.com

In the end, the story behind MaxOne is easy to understand. Scientists universally recognize glutathione as the most powerful antioxidant in the human body. Glutathione levels go down as we age. Here is a product that increases the levels of glutathione significantly. The product contains no glutathione, but rather stimulates the body's own production.

Scientists are not marketers which explains why the scientists who created MaxOne turned to a marketing company to spread the word and introduce the product to the public. I am not an affiliate of spokesperson for this product. I am investigating 12 suggestions about things we can do to stay healthy which I learned about in "Love Has Forgotten No One." I did not expect to be sold on age extension. What I learned about MaxOne helped me see why this could be the wave of the future - natural products that stimulate our body's ability to stay healthy and young.

Wonders of Glutathione

The Benefits of Glutathione

A book could easily be written about all the benefits of glutathione. Reduced levels are associated with the unhappy results of the aging process. Increased levels of glutathione are known to slow the aging process. It really is that simple. Dr. Keller found a way to increase glutathione levels in the body, which led a former president of the AMA to declare his product, "the single most important breakthrough in health that I will witness in my lifetime."

Beyond the role glutathione plays in slowing the aging process, people with higher levels of glutathione have:

• Less inflammation.
• Reduced joint discomfort.
• Strengthened immune systems.
• More energy.
• Improved stamina and endurance.
• Faster recovery from exercise and illness.
• Greater mental clarity and focus.

They also sleep better and most important in terms of this article, live longer! *

* glutathioneawareness.com/about-glutathione

Note: Gary Renard's books are written with the help of two Ascended Masters who appear and speak to Gary. If you do not believe in spiritual beings, it's not likely you are interested in what they have to say. For me, I have read each of Gary's three books and been amazed at the depth of the spiritual teachings. When the latest book listed 12 things we can do to stay healthy, I decided to share them with readers who may not be familiar with Gary's work.

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      Elina 

      3 years ago

      I would like to say thank you a lot for the work you have made in writing this pstoing. I am hoping the same most effective work by you later on too.

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