Glutathione is not found in a juice or a berry; it is not a vitamin or a mineral; Glutathoine is actually a substance that is found in every living cell in your body such as the heart, liver, lungs, kidneys, eyes, ears, brain, muscle, skin, toenails. It’s how you were created. And Glutathione is as important to your cells as oxygen, food, or water to survive. Glutathione is the master ‘Guardian of the Cell'. Dr. Julie TwoMoon, N.M.D.
+ Why should I care?
Without adequate Glutathione our cells will struggle to do their work. It is a supply and demand equation. In our extreme and toxic world virtually all adults are living with a Glutathione deficit. It’s like using 87 octane gasoline in a car designed for 92 octane. Your body will run, just not that well. Dr. Daria Davidson, D.O.
+ What will I notice on Max Products and how long will it take?
Because every cell in your body needs Glutathione, and your body has its own wisdom, each person will experience something unique. Some people notice dramatic results very quickly; others will find a slower progression. Things like increased energy, improved focus, better endurance during athletic activities, better sleep, elevated mood and decreased chronic pain are commonly reported. Dr. Daria Davidson, D.O.
+ Will this interfere with my medications?
Any nutritional supplement should be reviewed with your healthcare provider. The vast majority of medications can be safely taken with Max product but each situation is unique . Dr. Daria Davidson, D.O.
+ Are there any side effects?
Most of these symptoms are extremely mild and temporary and are related to the natural detoxification that occurs when Glutathione levels are rising and the body is finally able to mobilize and eliminate certain toxins that are in our cells. In a sense, our body has to adjust to these higher levels of Glutathione. These people may notice fatigue, headaches or even a change in bowels for a short period of time. I will say that those people who initially experience detoxification symptoms are also the ones that commonly have the most dramatic overall experience. Dr. Jack Tarr, M.D.