Max GXL Review
What You Should Know
Max GXL is a glutathione supplement from Max International. The official website claims the supplement can boost energy, immune system function and help detox your body. There are also claims of increased exercise and improved organ function, which sounds like a lot to expect from a supplement. Glutathione is an antioxidant, so by nature it does support overall health, but dieters will likely be disappointed by the effect of Max GXL.
List of Ingredients
- Calcium Ascorbate
- Milk Thistle
- N Acetyl Cysteine
- N Acetyl D Glucosamine
- Alpha Lipoic Acid
The official website looks professional and appears to support claims about Max GXL, but when we looked closer the double-blind study did not mention where the information was published. Any company can create a document online claiming this result or that result, but the study needs to be completed by an independent authority and published in a reliable journal to garner any support. This is not the case with the mentioned Max GXL study.
In addition to the clinical study Max International mentions studies that claim low glutathione levels impair immune function and natural glutathione levels drop by up to 15% every decade. There are no links to where the company read this information so the dieter just has to take the company on its word.
The sales point for Max GXL is oxidative stress. Life causes stress and stress causes illness, fatigue, weight gain and other health issues. Antioxidants help counteract the effects of oxidants – but glutathione is not the only antioxidant. Blueberries, acai berry and green tea all provide healthy doses of antioxidants for a smaller financial investment than Max GXL. One bottle of Max GXL retails for $85.
- The ingredients for Max GXL are listed online.
- Glutathione is an antioxidant.
- The supplement is available for sale online.
- Antioxidants may counteract the effects of oxidants/stress.
- None of the mentioned studies are supported with links to an actual study.
- The Max GXL double-blind study information is published on the Max GXL website.
Max GXL looks like a fantastic supplement, but there are some inconsistencies just under the surface. The company makes a lot of claims about the supplement, but fails to support those claims. There are no proven weight loss or exercise benefits associated with glutathione so the dieter is not going to notice a substantial change in weight. Drinking green tea throughout the day provides a constant source of strong antioxidant that is proven to boost metabolism and energy.