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YOUR HEALTH: Renowned physician endorses glutathione-boosting product

In my ongoing quest to enlighten the general public on effective ways of increasing intracellular glutathione levels, I’d like to introduce you to an American physician named Dr. Don Colbert.

Not only is Dr. Colbert the medical director of the Divine Health and Wellness Centre in Orlando, FL, he’s also a board-certified integrative medicine practitioner who wholeheartedly endorses Max International’s line of glutathione-boosting health products. He even appeared as a guest on the Dr. Oz show last Wednesday. In his book Toxic Relief, for example, Dr. Colbert discusses glutathione accelerator supplements and, specifically, Max International’s Cellgevity product:

“Cellgevity is the most powerful anti-aging, anti-inflammatory supplement that I’ve ever experienced,” he writes. Coming from an internationally renowned expert and prolific public speaker on integrative medicine, this is quite an honour! So what exactly is Cellgevity? It’s a supplement that has been clinically shown to raise intercellular glutathione levels more effectively than any other product. In fact, it’s been used, and is endorsed, by NBA Hall-of-Famer Chris Mullin and Yuri Gamboa, an Olympic gold medalist and former world champion boxer.  Among other health-promoting ingredients, Cellgevity contains Riboceine, a patented ingredient that has been verified by Health Canada to “support the natural production of glutathione by providing the amino acid, cysteine.” To view an interview with Dr. Colbert on the role glutathione plays in maintaining health, visit www.ReviewOf

MaxInternational.com. You may also be able to find video of his conversation with Dr. Oz at www.DoctorOz.com.

Because I’m an associate with Max International, I’m occasionally met with skepticism of the benefits of Cellgevity, Max-One (our Riboceine product) and on the general importance of glutathione in protecting cells from oxidative stress. But with (unpaid) support from Dr. Colbert, a best-selling author with more than 40 books to his name, it’s hard to question these products.

 

Darlene Goodrick is an independent associate with MAX International. Visit www.LetMaxHelp.org.

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