The Hero behind the Scenes
You’ve just said a fond farewell to your friends after a delightful dinner party. You cooked and baked all weekend to prepare for the event and you are tired, but you are also determined to scrub up all of the grimy dishes before bed. You drop a stack of oily dinner plates and utensils into your sink. Steaming hot tap water gushes over your dishes. After an extra-large squirt of dish soap, you have soapy foam that will work with you to cut through the bacteria and grease and restore your dishes back to their former glorious shine.
Meanwhile, deep within the fibers of your being, powerful little workers of minute proportion are also going about their work. These antioxidants are working to protect your body from the stresses and toxins that have accumulated over the course of the busy weekend.
Just as you use your dish detergent to cut through the grease that has created an unhealthy film over your dishes, so your liver is using the amazing antioxidant glutathione to scrub your cells clean. Glutathione is the hero behind the scenes who does the dirty work. It fights the dangers of our stressful lives; lack of sleep, poor diet, pollution and the effects of natural aging such as joint pain and arthritis are all fair game to this fierce protector.
Glutathione fascinates both the medical and scientific world. It has been widely researched and is validated by over twice the number of scientific articles that Vitamin C has. Nutritional authorities have stated that they believe glutathione to be as indispensable to the maintenance of our system as food, water and oxygen.
In this world of super germs you need your immune system fighting at optimum levels. Glutathione keeps things sailing along in your immune system, so that your body can combat evil invading germs.
Mitochondria provide energy to the cells throughout the body, without them our cells would die and we would quickly deteriorate and age. Glutathione detoxifies your blood and battles the free radicals that attack your mitochondria, saving your body from oxidative stress. Glutathione plays a vital role in protecting the body from premature aging as well as diabetes.
The master antioxidant glutathione’s presence is essential to the health of the body. It assists other antioxidants and nutrients in their necessary work.
Where has the Hero Gone?
Sadly, as we age, often our bodies no longer produce enough glutathione. We desperately need glutathione to keep house for us, but we aren’t supplying our body with the proper building blocks in the quantities needed to create it.
While we are accustomed to popping a pill for so many deficiencies, glutathione is a bit trickier. Due to the acidity of our human digestive tract, a pill form of glutathione could not be metabolized in high enough quantities to boost our levels of it substantially.
Super Foods to the Rescue?
Clearly, increasing Glutathione levels is of utmost importance. This can only be accomplished when the body has the necessary amino acids present. Foods in their whole state are better at providing these necessary building blocks. Unprocessed foods retain more essential vitamins and minerals, so it is important to consume plenty of fresh nourishment.
Fruits and vegetables may help boost glutathione levels. There are a few vegetables that are higher-grade glutathione boosters. These include asparagus, avocados, broccoli, spinach and tomatoes. Cruciferous vegetables in the mustard family, such as brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower and kale, have also been noted to be super foods for Glutathione production.
Fresh meats and eggs are also bursting with crucial amino acids. Un-denatured Whey Protein has been mentioned as useful in the quest for a higher level of glutathione.
Sadly, a number of clinical trials have indicated that only minor increases in glutathione levels are achieved by eating healthy foods. While fresh foods are healthy and may help cells fight cancer and aging, they are not a good answer for those already depleted of glutathione.
Our Modern Quandary
Food is the best source of the necessary nutrients needed to produce the glutathione our bodies desperately need, but today’s food sources have become so nutrient depleted and our world so contaminated that it can be very difficult to keep up the necessary amounts of nutrients needed.
As we mature past the age of 20, our body begins to slowly decline in glutathione production at a rate of 8-12 percent per decade. By the age of 50, a person may be depleted by 70-80 percent. Given the chronic need for glutathione to keep the body healthy this revelation is startling.
Furthermore, the level of glutathione in the body can be additionally depleted by physical or emotional stress, illness or toxins from the world we live in.
As we have seen, the answer to higher glutathione levels is not popping a glutathione pill. Many researchers have puzzled over this dilemma, but two determined scientists finally cracked the body’s nutrient code with a ground-breaking formula offered by Max International.
Dr. Herbert T. Nagasawa and Dr. Robert Keller conceptualized a plan to supply the body with the amino acids necessary to build up its own glutathione levels. That is why we at Max ‘A’ Team are so pleased to recommend Max International’s patented RiboCeine formula.
Studies have demonstrated that RiboCeine is capable of raising glutathione levels by up to 300 percent. A glutathione supporting formulation of this caliber has never been available before. This very exciting supplement, desperately needed in our exhausted world, is only available through Max International.
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