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Suffering from the symptoms of menopause or starting perimenopause?

 Here is an interesting article from Pubmed about the favorable effects of dietary antioxidants nutraceuticals (specifically Glutathione, superoxide dismutase, vitamin C & E)

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Menopause: a review on the role of oxygen stress and favorable effects of dietary antioxidants.

Department of Biotechnology, University of Alicante, San Vicente, Ap. 99, E-03080 Alicante, Spain.
Menopause is often accompanied by hot flashes and degenerative processes such as arteriosclerosis and atrophic changes of the skin that suggest an acceleration of aging triggered by estrogen lack. Therefore, hormone replacement therapy (HRT) has been considered the most suitable treatment for the above symptoms and processes. However, because of the possible serious side effects of HRT (especially the increased risk of thrombo-embolic accidents and breast cancer) there is a growing demand for alternative treatments of the symptoms and pathological processes associated with menopause. In agreement with the above, we review research that supports the concept that oxygen stress contributes to menopause and that some of its physiopathological effects may be prevented and/or treated improving the antioxidant defense of menopausic and postmenopausic women. Accordingly, a selection of micronutrients may be useful as a dietary supplement for protection against the decline of physiological functions caused by age-related oxygen stress. Since aging is accompanied by a progressive oxidation of the physiological sulfur pool, we emphasize the role of the vitamins B that help to maintain the GSH/GSSG ratio in its normal reduced state. Nutritional supplements should also include the key antioxidant vitamins C and E , as well as beta-carotene and the mineral micronutrients found in the oxygen radical-detoxifying enzymes glutathione peroxidase and superoxide dismutase . Moreover, the reviewed data suport the concept that other antioxidants such as lipoic acid and the precursors of glutathione thioproline (TP) and l-2-oxothiazolidine-4-carboxylic acid (OTC), as well as the soy isoflavones and the "coantioxidants" of an hydroalcoholic extract of Curcuma longa may help to prevent antioxidant deficiency with resulting protection of mitochondria against premature oxidative damage with loss of ATP synthesis and especialized cellular functions. Therefore, the administration under medical advice of synergistic combinations of some of the above mentioned antioxidants in the diet as well as topically (for skin protection) may have favorable effects on the health and quality of life of women, especially of those who cannot be treated with HR, suffer high levels of oxygen stress, and do not consume a healthy diet that includes five daily rations of fresh fruit and vegetables.

[Link Removed]19 targeted vitamins and minerals needed for cellular health. *Max N-Fuze  supplies the power of many products into one convenient single-serve pouch.  

Good health is not a random equation.
The body relies on a specific roster of nutritional teammates in order to function, protect and communicate properly. For instance, the synthesis of coenzyme Q10 involves a complex process requiring at least eight vitamins along with several trace elements and amino acids. A deficiency in any of the required amino acids, vitamins and minerals impairs the formation of coenzyme Q10 in the body.
Another example is glutathione . Glutathione needs vitamin C, lipoic acid, selenium, zinc and riboflavin. The list of cooperation between nutrients goes on and on. For this reason, the nutrients provided in Max N-Fuze are not in the formula simply because of some arbitrary standard. Rather, Max N-Fuze  supplies specific targeted nutrients for the purpose of supporting optimal cellular defense, communication and function as the body goes about its miraculous tasks.  

Your Body Doesn't Leave Things Up to Chance
Dr. Robert H. Keller calls MaxGXL and Max N-Fuze the "Dynamic Duo" for good reason. The human body houses a fascinating network of cooperating antioxidants. There is a team of antioxidants that is so important that it was not left to chance. This irreplaceable team of antioxidants is made by the body, for the body. The All-Star captain of this antioxidant team is glutathione . However, glutathione doesn't work alone.  

In Dr. Keller's scientific monograph, Glutathione: Your Best Defense Against Aging, Cellular Damage and Disease, he explains that the body has four main endogenous (created in the body) antioxidants:
• Glutathione (GSH)
• Superoxide dismutase (SOD)
• Catalase (CAT)
• Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10)  

You might call these powerful antioxidants the "Fab Four" because they single handedly go up against a coalition of utterly devastating free radicals that includes:  

Superoxide, alkoxyl peroxide, hydroxyl, nitric oxide, hydroperoxyl, singlet oxygen, hypochlorous acid (better known as bleach) and hydrogen peroxide.  

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 because while MaxGXL increases glutathione, Max N-Fuze is formulated to support superoxide dismutase, catalase, and CoQ10. Together, these two products offer you the best in full-spectrum cellular defense and unparalleled delivery of 19 high performance vitamins and minerals.
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