Friday, April 20, 2018

Frequently Asked Questions 8-11

8. A patient with Lou Gehrig’s disease (ALS) was wondering about the use of Maxgxl and if it might interferewith ongoing treatments he is receiving and if the product would help him.

Lou Gehrig’s disease is a poorly understood progressive degenerative neurological disease which has no cure. There are treatments available which may slow down the progression of the disease however I am not aware of any pharmaceutical product which arrests the disease into complete remission. There are no clinical studies on the use of Maxgxl in the treatment of Lou Gehrig’s disease at this time however I have heard many anecdotal reports of Maxgxl being effective in other neurological diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s Disease. The product certainly cannot hurt the patient and may improve the quality of life that remains. The disease is however a major challenge and the sicker one is the more Maxgxl they require. I would start with the usual 2 packages per day and if no untoward effects with detoxification I would gradually increase the dose of Maxgxl by one package every 2 weeks until the patient experiences an improvement in general wellbeing or until one reaches at least 2 packages 3 times per day.

9. Can women who are breast feeding take Maxgxl.

When any new product which is ingested applies to any regulatory body such as the FDA in the United States or Health Canada they supply the regulatory bodies with their clinical data to show that the product is safe to take. Most pharmaceutical companies do research on the persons who are most likely to take the product. In the case of most drugs the product is studied on those over 12 years of age, but they usually restrict the study from including pregnant women and nursing mothers. Because Maxgxl was not studied on children, pregnant women and nursing mothers we do not have permission to use the product on this group.

 10. A person who has just started on Maxgxl indicated that she now has problems sleeping. What can this be caused by?

I found this to be an interesting question since I see people in the office each day who present with sleep disturbance. I remember the first convention meeting I had with Dr. Keller addressing the audience and asked “how many people feel that the Maxgxl product is not doing much for them”. I would estimate that 90 hands may have gone up out of the 500+ in attendance. He then asked “of those people with their hands up, how many of you are starting to dream once again”. This time many of those people put their hands up again. In effect Maxgxl helps put one into REM Sleep (rapid eye movement sleep). This simply means that the person is having a more restful restorative sleep and that is something that many people will say happens when they take Maxgxl. So for the person who says that Maxgxl is affecting their sleep they should not take the product within 5 hours of sleeping. They should then do their own study of 5 days on the product and 5 days off and then repeat this to truly understand if it is connected with their insomnia since insomnia is a very common condition and I am not convinced that Maxgxl is causing the insomnia. If indeed there does appear to be a connection to the insomnia then I would cut back on the dosage and take 1 capsule per day for 2 weeks and gradually increase by an extra capsule every 14 days.
11. Patients who are about to undergo surgery often ask if they can stay on Maxgxl up to the time of surgery.

Any surgical procedure results in the cutting through of tissue in the body. This cutting process activates several systems in our bodies one of which is the clotting system to stop the bleeding and allow healing of the tissues which need to reunite. Again on a microscopic level we are looking at tissues that want to heal and rejoin to repair the tissue which has been cut by the surgeon. Maxgxl can only enhance the healing process and allow the tissue to repair itself in a more timely fashion but also activate our immune system to help keep the wound clean and avoid infections.

Thursday, April 19, 2018

Stroke Patient Healed Thru The Help Of MaxGXL

This is Maricris Toledo from Hermosa Bataan Philippines. Before she took MaxGXL Unique NAC Formula Glutathione Accelerator she could not talk, could no longer walk, basically bedridden and her left eye could not open.  She almost lost hope that she will live longer until one Max Sales Associate visited her and introduced MaxGXL . After just 3 days of taking MaxGXL she can already open her left eye. 
At this moment, it's been less than a month that she has been taking MaxGXL but there were many surprising changes in her health. She can now talk a little bit(though still stuttering), can manage to walk and she says she feels better and more energized!
In her video here, she couldn't help but cry out of relief when she remembers the difficult health condition she has been through when she didn't take MaxGXL yet. She is so very thankful because someone introduced MaxGXL Unique NAC Formula Glutathione Accelerator  to her.
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Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Wordless Wednesday - Laughter Is The Best Medicine

Hello to all friends and clients!

 Joining this week's Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop and sharing all the memes, jokes, videos that I found funny - yes, hahaha, even those corny ones :D


Last but not the least, I found this photo of me below that made me laugh out loud! It's from one of those fun quizzes on Facebook  that transforms your oh-so-ordinary image into a celebrity look-a-like (guess who?)

Frequently Asked Questions 4-7

4. Some people have developed “heartburn” while taking Maxgxl and can Maxgxl be taking by someone with stomach ulcers?

Maxgxl does have an irritant effect on some people with “sensitive stomachs”. You know who you are and already you get heartburn from pizza, tomato sauce, alcohol, spicy food etc. I am one of those people and so I do not ever take Maxgxl on an empty stomach. It you have a sensitive stomach it is better to take Maxgxl after a meal. If it is the middle of the afternoon perhaps a yogurt may be enough to coat your stomach prior to taking the Maxgxl. For those who claim to have ulcers one should get more information. Was the ulcer actually noted on a gastroscopy exam or upper intestinal Xray? We now know that ulcers are caused by the H.Pylori bacteria in the stomach and if that is the case one should take the 7 day course of medication (the HP Pac) from your doctor to treat the ulcer and then follow the above instructions to guard against further stomach upset. Dr. Keller did mention the product Gaviscon which is an antacid which foams up in the stomach to cover the lower esophagus and it can also be used to combat the heartburn which sometimes comes with Maxgxl.

5. I have a customer who is on the following medications from their doctor. These medications include: Lipitor, Glyburide, Altace, Plavix, Indocid, Plaquinal, Norvasc, Aricept…and any other meds you can think of. The customer is suffering from: Diabetes, Hypertension, Alzheimers, ALS, Multiple Sclerosis, Cancer, Hypothyroidism, Depression….and any other disease you can think of.

Maxgxl is a nutritional supplement. It works to increase the Glutathione is every cell of the body. Glutathione is essential for the life and energy of our cells and drugs such as those mentioned above are not influenced by Maxgxl in any way. Also those suffering from any disease should not worry about Maxgxl affecting them in any untoward way. It is very safe to take Maxgxl when you are taking any and all of the drugs listed above. It is important to note that the sicker one is the more Maxgxl they may need. If one does not notice a significant improvement in wellbeing after 2 or 3 weeks on the product then one should increase by an extra package per week until one reaches 5 or 6 packages or until the person feels much better.

6.  When one has a prolonged “cold” should they cut back on their dosage of Maxgxl?

This question was recently asked of me and I wanted to clear up some confusion that may occur here. Sometimes when one starts on Maxgxl there can be a rapid period of detoxification. This detoxification can present with symptoms similar to a “cold” with nasal congestion, headache, muscular aches and pains and general fatigue. If this is prolonged then most likely detoxification is taking place and one should reduce their consumption of Maxgxl to as little as 1 capsule per day for the first 10 days and gradually increase by 1 capsule per day every 10 days. On the other hand if the person genuinely has a viral infection presenting with a “cold” with fever and nasal congestion the appropriate thing to do would be to at least double their dosage of Maxgxl.

7.I recently had a question about a patient with a weak heart on oxygen therapy who was worried about how his heart would react to Maxgxl. He was at the time on 17 prescription medications. He is overweight and can walk only very short distances before he is very short of breath and must sit down and rest.

In Dr. Keller’s CD he mentions Congestive Heart Failure as an example of health challenges which can affect us. The heart has millions of muscle cells and the function of each cell is to contract in unison to allow the heart to pump blood properly. In Congestive Heart Failure the heart is floppy and does not pump properly. The 17 medications that the patient is on would not interfere with Maxgxl. Maxgxl has a different mode of action as it will work on each heart muscle cell to make it more efficient in its ability to pump blood properly. The Maxgxl can only enhance the quality of life and improve the heart’s performance.

Friday, April 13, 2018

Colon Cancer Rates Are Rising

This is a repost (source: Medicalnewstoday)
The number of colorectal cancer cases in people aged 50 and older has fallen. Unfortunately, researchers are reporting that the number of cases among people aged 20-49 has risen. They estimate that this rate is set to increase further over the next 15 years.

Image showing the colon.
Colorectal cancer, also known as bowel cancer, refers to any cancerous growth, lump or tumor of the colon or rectum.
The decline in colorectal cancer (CRC) cases among older adults has partly been attributed to an increase in colonoscopy screening, recommended for all adults aged 50 and older. Between 1998 and 2006, CRC incidence fell each year by 3% in men and 2.4% in women.
Patients younger than 50, conversely, are not recommended for general screening, and it is in this group that incidence rates are increasing. Not only this, but previous studies indicate that these patients are more likely to present advanced forms of CRC, making treatment of the disease much more difficult and reducing the likelihood of positive outcomes.
CRC is the third most common cancer in the US. In 2013, an estimated 142,820 new cases were reported, along with approximately 50,830 deaths attributed to the disease.
Researchers from the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, TX, utilized data from the Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results (SEER) CRC registry in order to assess the age disparities seemingly present in CRC cases. Specifically, the team obtained data for all patients who had been diagnosed with colon or rectal cancer, from 1975-2010.
They found that the overall rate of CRC incidence had declined by 0.92% between 1975 and 2010 - by 1.03% in men and 0.91% in women. The reduction was most significant in patients aged 75 and above, declining by 1.15%, compared with a decline of 0.97% in patients aged 50-74.
In contrast, CRC incidence rates increased among patients aged 20-49. The increase was 1.99% in patients aged 20-34 and 0.41% in patients aged 35-49.

Incidence rates estimated to rise further in young adults

From their findings, the researchers estimate the following increases in the incidence rates for colon cancer and rectosigmoid and rectal cancer for patients aged 20-34 years:
By 2020:
  • Colon cancer - 37.8%
  • Rectosigmoid and rectal cancers - 49.7%.
By 2030:
  • Colon cancer - 90%
  • Rectosigmoid and rectal cancers - 124.2%.
Conversely, the researchers estimate that by 2030, incidence rates among patients over 50 for colon, rectosigmoid and rectal cancers will fall by around 41%.
"The increasing incidence of CRC among young adults is concerning and highlights the need to investigate potential causes and external influences such as lack of screening and behavioral factors," write the authors of the study, published in JAMA Surgery.
Along with an absence of screening protocol, certain behavioral factors have been identified as risk factors for the development of CRC; physical inactivity, obesity and poor diet could all be targeted as a way of improving overall health as well as reducing the risk of CRC.
Dr. Kiran K. Turaga, of the Medical College of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, describes the findings of the report as "rather unsettling." In a related commentary, Dr. Turaga suggests that further research should be conducted to investigate why this increasing incidence may be occurring:
"[This] report should stimulate opportunities for development of better risk-prediction tools that might help us identify these individuals early and initiate better screening/prevention strategies. The use of stool DNA, genomic profiling and mathematical modeling might all be tools in the armamentarium of the oncologist in the near future.

Thursday, April 12, 2018

What You Need To Know About Colon Cancer

This is a repost from:
Colon cancer happens when tumorous growths develop in the large intestine. It is the third most common type of cancer in the United States.

The colon, or large intestine, is where the body extracts water and salt from solid wastes. The waste then moves through the rectum and exits the body through the anus.
It is also the third most common cause of cancer-related death, and in 2017, 95,520 new diagnoses are expected to occur in the United States (U.S.). However, advances in diagnosis, screening, and treatment have led to steady improvements in survival.
Regular screenings are recommended after the age of 50 years.
Colon cancer and rectal cancer may occur together. This is called colorectal cancer. Rectal cancer originates in the rectum, which is the last several inches of the large intestine, closest to the anus.
Fast facts on colon cancer:
Here are some key points about colon cancer. More detail is in the main article.
Colon cancer affects the large intestine and it usually starts with polyps in the wall of the intestine.
Symptoms may not appear until a later stage, but if they do, gastrointestinal problems are common symptoms.
Treatment involves a combination of chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and surgery, possibly resulting in a colostomy.
A healthy lifestyle with a high-fiber, low-fat diet can help prevent colon cancer, and screening can detect it in the early stages.

Symptoms and signs
Colon cancer affects the large intestine. It usually develops from benign polyps.Colon cancer affects the large intestine. It usually develops from benign polyps.
There are often no symptoms in the earliest stages, but symptoms may develop as the cancer advances.
They include:
  • diarrhea or constipation
  • changes in stool consistency
  • loose and narrow stools
  • rectal bleeding or blood in the stool
  • abdominal pain, cramps, bloating, or gas
  • pain during bowel movements
  • continual urges to defecate
  • weakness and fatigue
  • unexplained weight loss
  • irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
  • iron deficiency anemia
If the cancer spreads to a new location in the body, additional symptoms can appear in the new area. The liver is most commonly affected.
There are different ways of staging cancer. The stages depend on how far the cancer has spread.
Here is a brief summary of a commonly used four-stage account of where the cancer is at the beginning of each stage.
Stage 0: The cancer is in a very early stage. It is known as carcinoma in situ. It has not grown further than the inner layer of the colon.
Stage 1: The cancer has grown into the next layer of tissue, but it has not reached the lymph nodes or other organs.
Stage 2: The cancer has reached the outer layers of the colon, but it has not spread beyond the colon.
Stage 3: The cancer has grown through outer layers of the colon and it has reached one to three lymph nodes. It has not spread to distant sites.
Stage 4: The cancer has reached other tissues beyond the wall of the colon. As stage 4 progresses, the cancer reaches distant parts of the body.
Cancer develops progressively. Each stage is not fixed but describes a phase during which certain developments take place.


Treatment will depend on the type and stage of the cancer, and the age, health status, and other characteristics of the patient.
There is no single treatment for any cancer, but the most common options for colon cancer are surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy.
Treatments seek to remove the cancer and relieve any painful symptoms.


Surgery for colorectal cancer often means a person will need a colostomy. A bag collects waste from a stoma, bypassing the need for the lower part of the large intestine.

Surgery to remove part or all of the colon is called a colectomy. The surgeon removes the part of the colon containing the cancer and the surrounding area.
Nearby lymph nodes are also usually removed. The healthy portion of the colon will either be reattached to the rectum or attached to a stoma depending on the extent of the colectomy.
A stoma is an opening made in the wall of the abdomen. Waste will pass into a bag, removing the need for the lower part of the colon. This is called a colostomy.
Some small, localized cancers can be removed using endoscopy.
Laparoscopic surgery, using several small incisions in the abdomen, may be an option to remove larger polyps.
Palliative surgery may relieve symptoms in cases of untreatable or advanced cancers. The aim is to relieve any blockage of the colon and manage pain, bleeding, and other symptoms.


Chemotherapy administers chemicals that interfere with the cell division process by damaging proteins or DNA in order to damage and kill cancer cells.
These treatments target any rapidly dividing cells, including healthy ones. The healthy cells can usually recover from any chemically-induced damage, but cancer cells cannot.

Chemotherapy is generally used to treat cancer that has spread because the medicines travel through the whole body. Treatment occurs in cycles, so the body has time to heal

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