What is a Free Radical


This is a very good read. Quite educational.  We live in an environment that creates FREE RADICALS in our bodies, thus the aging process speeds faster and if not sorted up can result in cell death. So then, what is a Free Radical? How and what must we do to combat these Free Radicals?  Who is safe, almost safe and at most risk?

What is a Free Radical?
A free radical is an atom or group of atoms that has an unpaired electron and is therefore unstable and highly reactive.
An atom’s chemical behavior is determined by the number of electrons in its outermost shell. When the outermost shell is full, the atom is stable and tends not to engage in chemical reactions. When, however, the outermost shell is not full, the atom is unstable. It will try and stabilize itself by either gaining or losing an electron to either fill or empty its outermost shell. Or it will share its electrons by bonding with another atom that is also looking to complete its outer shell. It is not uncommon for an atom to complete its outer shell by sharing an electron with another atom and forming a bond. ”

What then is the solution for aging, how can one live longer and  feeling stronger everyday?  

Max International LLC has a dedicated team that is focused on Research and development of  supplements that aid in the production of  Glutathione.  Glutathione is made in the body, it is the mother of all antioxidants.  When you age, your body is unable to produce enough Glutathione, when this happens, your body suffers from Oxidative Stress and susceptible to  diseases and Free Radicals.

In Ghana, we have seven products available on the  market: Our flagship product CELLGEVITY,  MAX GXL, MAX ATP, MAX NFUZE, MAX ONE, METASWITCH and CURB. Each of these will aid the body produce Glutathione. 



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