Over 100,000 scientific studies and articles on glutathione are recorded in PubMed, the official U.S. Government library of medical research. Those articles reveal the remarkable role glutathione plays in the protection and function of every cell, organ, and tissue in the human body and the support of optimal health and function. MaxGXL has been clinically proven to effectively raise glutathione levels.
Over 100,000 scientific studies and articles on glutathione are recorded in PubMed, the official U.S. Government library of medical research. This site encompasses the libraries of the "National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), National Library of Medicine (NLM) and the National Institute of Health (NIH)". Find information about Gluathione by using their search function. Enter a medical condition AND Glutathione then click the search button. Example: "Heart AND Glutathione" or "Diabetics and Glutathione" or "Aging and Glutathione".
Those articles reveal the remarkable role glutathione plays in the protection and function of every cell, organ, and tissue in the human body and the support of optimal health and function. They also show the terrible consequences of low glutathione levels, and how those lower levels accelerate the aging process and increase vulnerability to the issues of aging.
MaxGXL is clinically proven in a double-blind, cross-over study to raise Glutathione levels by 292% and increase Human Growth Hormone markers DHEA and IGF-1 by 40% (average clinical results). Low Glutathione levels result in illnesses, infections, and inflammation.
The graph below shows the increase in glutathione levels experienced by 4 groups of people. Group 1 was
tested after 6 months of use, while Groups 2, 3 and 4 were tested after only 3 months of the MaxGXL regimen.
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.