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2 What is Maximol Solutions®
Maximol Solutions® is a nutrient-rich liquid formula that features a unique blend of essential minerals and vitamins, as well as fulvates for superior mineral absorption and high ORAC* fruit and vegetables for peak antioxidant activity Now, what exactly is Maximol Solutions? Maximol Solutions is a nutrient rich liquid formula that features a unique blend of essential vitamins and essential trace minerals necessary for the maintenance of good health. This blend of trace minerals is in a highly bioavailable form so our bodies can efficiently absorb and utilize them for various functions. It also features high ORAC fruits for peak antioxidant actiivty. In fact, Maximol’s unique fruit juices provide added health benefits that have been in the forefront of scientific news in recent years. Maximol Solutions is a source of essential nutrients that may be lacking in your diet or that you may have special need of because of your particular lifestyle. In addition, Maximol Solutions is a novel nutritional support complex to aid in meeting established standards of good nutrition.

3 Max Flash Technology with Aseptic Processing
Improved nutrient integrity Enhanced flavor profile Improved color & freshness Safety

4 Key Ingredients Macro Minerals Calcium, magnesium, potassium
Trace Minerals Chromium, copper, iodine, iron, manganese, molybdenum, selenium, and zinc Fulvic acid (fulvates, 37 additional trace minerals) Vitamins Riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B6, and biotin Fructooligosaccharides (inulin) Minerals Minerals are inorganic chemical elements that the body needs for healthy growth and metabolism. They are also involved in making hormones and enzymes. Minerals are just as important as vitamins, and in fact work in conjunction with vitamins to perform many bodily functions such as bone formation, heart function and digestion. Many minerals are brought into the food chain of plants and animals through the soil, and the mineral content of soil varies from region to region, often leached out through poor farming methods. Some experts believe that the soil in many agricultural areas is so depleted of vital minerals that supplements are now necessary to ensure the body gets an adequate supply of some of these essential elements. The distinction between a mineral and a trace element is the daily amount that your body needs. If you need over 100 mg of a particular element it is considered a mineral or macro-mineral. Anything less and it is considered a trace element. Trace Minerals Trace elements are minerals that the body needs only in tiny amounts. Most of them are very important despite their low levels, and some don't seem to have much use at all (such as nickel, tin and vanadium). Generally speaking, if the body requires less than 100 mg of a particular mineral per day, it is considered a trace element. Research is still exploring the role of various trace elements, and most don't even have a recommended daily allowance determined yet. A safe and adequate intake (SAI) amount or range may be listed instead, but most of these elements can be garnered from an average daily diet or standard multivitamin. Note that the levels of some of these trace elements found in food vary depending on the soil from which the food is grown.

5 Key Ingredients Amino acid blend:
Alanine, arginine, aspartate, histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, ornithine, proline, serine, threonine, tyrosine, and valine High ORAC Fruit Blend: Strawberry, wild blueberry, orange, elderberry, grape seed, and green tea Fruit and Vegetable Juice Base: Blueberry juice, raspberry juice, beet juice, and black carrot juice

6 Calcium Most abundant mineral in your body, more abundant than any other mineral 99% of calcium is stored in the bones and teeth 1% of calcium is store in your blood, muscles and the fluid between cells Needed to help muscles and blood vessels contract and expand Necessary to secrete hormones and enzymes Supports communication through the nervous system Minerals are inorganic substances that are components of body tissues and fluids. They work in combination with enzymes, hormones, and vitamins to maintain proper physiological functions. They are involved in maintaining acid-base balance in the body and osmotic pressure within body compartments.9 Minerals are classified as macrominerals if the recommended dietary allowance is greater than 100 mg per day, and if the mineral makes up at least .01 percent of total body weight. Macrominerals participate in a variety of functions, including nerve transmission, muscle contraction, cell permeability, tissue rigidity and structure, fluid regulation and osmolarity, and protein metabolism. Calcium: Calcium is well known for its role in the formation of healthy bones. It has been shown that a higher dietary intake of calcium early in life can prevent osteoporosis, and an increase in calcium intake through dietary and mineral supplementation in older age can retard or prevent the onset of osteoporosis. Approximately 99 percent of the calcium we ingest travels directly to bone tissue. The remaining 1 percent is used in the regulation of blood clotting, cell membrane permeability, and neuromuscular activity. A higher intake of calcium may positively affect colon cancer prevention, as well as decrease the incidence of hypertension. Moderate intake of dietary protein enhances calcium absorption, whereas excess dietary protein, fat, or sugars interfere with calcium uptake. Reference: US National Institute of Health

7 Magnesium Needed for more than 300 biochemical reactions
Helps maintain normal muscle and nerve function Keeps heart rhythm steady and promotes normal blood pressure Helps regulate blood sugar levels Supports a healthy immune system Keeps bones strong Involved in energy metabolism and protein synthesis Aids in contraction and relaxation of muscles Supports the function of certain enzymes in the body Magnesium: Magnesium and potassium are the most bountiful cations in soft tissues, and are essential for maintaining cell and tissue integrity. Magnesium is utilized in most biosynthetic processes, including glycolysis and production of ATP, formation of cyclic-AMP, energy-dependent membrane transport, and transmission of the genetic code. Magnesium is also important in the activation of many enzymes, and its extracellular concentration is critical to the maintenance of electrical potentials of nerve and muscle membranes, and for the transmission of impulses across neuromuscular junctions. Magnesium has shown great promise in reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease by its ability to reduce vascular resistance and prevent the development of atherosclerosis.[5],[6] Magnesium may also have strong implications in the prevention of diabetes, as studies have shown that correction of magnesium deficiency in seniors could improve glucose handling.[7] In addition, a recent sports medicine study has shown that low levels of magnesium in athletes are associated with decreased levels of essential hormones.[8] Reference: US National Institute of Health and Office of Dietary Supplements

8 Potassium An electrolyte, essential for the body's growth and maintenance Necessary for normal water balance between the cells and body fluids Essential for nerve stimulation and muscle contraction Required for cellular enzyme function Reference: American Heart Association

9 Chromium Known to enhance the action of insulin
Directly involved in carbohydrate, fat, and protein metabolism Stimulates fatty acid and cholesterol synthesis- important for brain function and other body processes Activator of several enzymes- needed to drive numerous chemical reactions necessary to life Chromium may have positive effects on normalization of moderately elevated glucose levels. Researchers theorize that chromium is an essential component of glucose tolerance factor (GTF), a complex that can improve the action of insulin in vitro and in vivo.[1] Diabetics who are chromium-deficient show improvements in symptoms when supplemented with 200mcg of chromium per day.[2] Furthermore, coronary heart disease morbidity and mortality can be affected by increasing consumption of chromium. Chromium supplementation reduces and regresses atherosclerotic plaques in rabbits fed a high-cholesterol diet. Reference: US National Institute of Health and Office of Dietary Supplements

10 Copper Helps regulate blood pressure and heart rate
Necessary for the formation of red blood cells Keeps the blood vessels healthy Maintains health of nerves Helps keep the immune system healthy Aids in bone health Needed to absorb iron from the gut Copper is an essential trace mineral present in all body tissues. Copper is important in cellular respiration, cellular utilization of oxygen, DNA and RNA reproduction, maintenance of cell membrane integrity, and sequestration of free radicals.[1] Coronary heart disease morbidity and mortality can be positively affected by increasing the consumption of copper.[2] Because vegetarian diets have overall lower absorption of copper than mixed diets, vegetarians can benefit from copper supplementation.[3] Reference: US National Institute of Health and American Cancer Society

11 Iodine Necessary for normal cell metabolism
Supports normal thyroid function Essential for thyroid hormones production Keeps skin hair and nails healthy Important for overall growth and development The primary role of iodine is as a component of the thyroid hormones T3 and T4. Thyroid hormones are responsible for accelerating cellular reactions, increasing oxygen consumption and basal metabolic rate, and influencing growth and development. In adults, consistently inadequate dietary iodine results in enlargement of the thyroid gland, a condition known as goiter. Goiter can be common in areas with low water concentrations of iodine, such as areas removed from the ocean or ocean winds. Reference: US National Institute of Health

12 Iron Needed in the formation of hemoglobin in red blood cells
Necessary in the formation of myoglobin Important component of proteins involved in oxygen transport and metabolism Essential cofactor in the synthesis of neurotransmitters Essential for the regulation of cell growth and differentiation Iron is a constituent of hemoglobin, myoglobin, and a number of enzymes, and is stored in the liver, spleen, and bone marrow. The primary component of hemoglobin, iron allows oxygen to be carried via the bloodstream to important bodily organs. Iron-deficiency induced anemia in children has been associated with apathy, short attention span, irritability, and reduced capacity to learn. Iron deficiency is especially prevalent among young children, adolescents, pregnant women, the elderly, blood donors, vegetarians, endurance athletes, and migrants. Immune senescence may be reversed and improved through an adequate intake of iron. Vitamin C increases the absorption of iron. Almost two-thirds of iron in the body is found in hemoglobin, the protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen to tissues. Smaller amounts of iron are found in myoglobin, a protein that helps supply oxygen to muscle, and in enzymes that assist biochemical reactions. Iron is also found in proteins that store iron for future needs and that transport iron in blood. Iron stores are regulated by intestinal iron absorption Reference: US National Institute of Health

13 Manganese Essential cofactor for enzymes in the body
Enhances the antioxidant defense system Increases Super Oxide Dismutase (potent antioxidant) in the body Helps with optimal bone matrix formation Important for bone health Manganese is an essential cofactor for various enzymes in the body. Manganese has also been shown to enhance the antioxidant defense system by increasing concentrations of the antioxidant enzyme superoxide dismutase (SOD).[1] Increased consumption of manganese in old age may have implications in the prevention of osteoporosis.[2] Manganese helps certain enzymes and local regulators function properly so that we can form the optimal bone matrix or structure for bone strength. Reference: US National Institute of Health

14 Molybdenum Important in cellular respiration, cellular utilization of oxygen Necessary for DNA and RNA replication, maintenance of cell membrane integrity Essential in development of the nervous system, waste processing in the kidneys, and energy production in cells Molybdenum is naturally found in meats, whole-grain breads and cereals, legumes, and leafy vegetables. This essential mineral is important in cellular respiration, cellular utilization of oxygen, DNA and RNA replication, maintenance of cell membrane integrity, and sequestration of free radicals. Molybdenum is a scarce mineral that is present in very small quantities in the human body. It is involved in many important biological processes, possibly including development of the nervous system, waste processing in the kidneys, and energy production in cells. Reference: American Cancer Society

15 Selenium Helps make antioxidant enzymes, which play a role in preventing cell damage Stimulates antibodies after you receive a vaccination Helps protect the body from the poisonous effects of heavy metals and other harmful substances May boost fertility, especially among men Selenium is an essential trace mineral. Small amounts of selenium are good for your health. Selenium is necessary for the enzyme glutathione peroxidase, which detoxifies the body of hydrogen peroxide and other dangerous organic peroxides.14, 15 Scientists also believe that Selenium is essential in the conversation of thyroid hormone T4 to thyroid hormone T3.15, 16 A recent double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled multicenter study demonstrated that Selenium supplementation may reduce the incidence of and mortality from carcinomas at several sites,17-19 particularly the prostate gland.20 Reference: US National Institute of Health

16 Zinc Needed for the body's defensive (immune) system to properly work
It plays a role in cell division, cell growth, wound healing Important for carbohydrate breakdown Necessary for the senses of smell and taste Acting as a cofactor for more than 20 enzymatic reactions in the body, zinc is important in cellular respiration, cellular utilization of oxygen, DNA and RNA reproduction, maintenance of cell membrane integrity, and sequestration of free radicals.[1] Higher intake of zinc later in life can prevent vision problems, including macular degeneration and cataracts, as well as reverse and improve immune senescence.[2] Zinc may reduce the risk of atherosclerosis and cardiovascular disease by enhancing endothelial barrier function in blood vessels.[3] Zinc is best known for its beneficial role in the immune system, and has been shown to improve immunity in zinc-deficient individuals even at low doses.[4] People who have diets consisting of little or no red meat often consume only one-half their recommended zinc intake.[5] Zinc absorption is also impaired by high fiber intake Reference: US National Institute of Health

17 Fulvic Acid Water-soluble organic acids that transport minerals and nutrients Involved in chemical reactions that influence the metabolic processes of cells Unique hydrophobic/hydrophilic structure Transport essential minerals into the cells of the body Enhances the bioavailability of minerals Modifies cellular damage from heavy metals and free radicals Enhances the permeability of cell membranes Increases the metabolism of proteins Increases the activity of certain enzymes Acts as a source of important trace minerals Aids in the transport and assimilation of macro- and trace minerals into the body. Fulvates are water-soluble organic acids created by microorganisms in the soil that demonstrate the ability to transport minerals and nutrients from the soil into plants. They are low molecular weight humic substances involved in chemical reactions that influence the metabolic processes of cells. Fulvates and humic acids contain many of the same elements, but fulvates contain less carbon and more oxygen. Because of their unique hydrophobic/hydrophilic structure, fulvates are capable of binding substances with ionic bonds, electron donation/acceptance, Van der Waals forces, ligand exchange, and hydrophobic binding. Through the process of chelation, or bonding minerals to organic compounds, fulvates bring essential minerals into water, soil, and cells of the body, thus making minerals more usable to all living organisms. Fulvates capacity to enhance bioavailability of minerals may affect the residence time of essential nutrients in the cells, modify cellular damage from heavy metals and free radicals, enhance the permeability of cell membranes, increase the metabolism of proteins, and increase the activity of certain enzymes.112 The ability of fulvates to bind calcium ions increases overall calcium ion concentration in the gastrointestinal tract. Even intracellular calcium levels increased, as demonstrated in a unique study. Moreover, in the same study, Liang demonstrated increased cell permeability and influx of calcium into the cell with fulvates. A Russian study reported that humic acids have dramatic anti-toxic effects in veterinary and human medicine. Moreover, a German study reported that these substances increased the availability of iron in swine, with the majority (80%) of the iron being delivered to iron-dependent erythrocytes. It has also been shown that fulvates are very effective in regulating heavy metal toxicity because of their numerous metal cation-binding sites.111, 116 In Maximol Solutions, fulvates act as a source of important trace minerals, aid in the transport and assimilation of macro- and trace minerals into the body.

18 Maximol Mineral Matrix
Contains 37 trace minerals to support your body Thallium Thorium Thulium Tin Titanium Tungsten Vanadium Ytterbium Yttrium Zinc Zirconium Boron Cobalt Dysprosium Erbium Europium Fluoride Gadolinium Gallium Germanium Gold Hafnium Holmium Indium Iridium Lanthanum Lithium Lutetium Neodymium Nickel Silicon Silver Strontium Sulfur Tantalum Tellurium Terbium Trace minerals are those needed in quantities less than 100 mg per day. All of these trace minerals are necessary for proper physiological function.

19 Involved in vital metabolic processes in the body
Riboflavin Involved in vital metabolic processes in the body Necessary for normal cell function Important for growth and development Needed for energy production *Information is from the US National Institute of Health

20 Assists in the functioning of the digestive system, skin, and nerves
Niacin Assists in the functioning of the digestive system, skin, and nerves Important for the conversion of food to energy Accepted as a treatment for high cholesterol Decreases blood levels of cholesterol and lipoprotein (a), which may reduce the risk of atherosclerosis ("hardening" of the arteries) *Information is from the US National Institute of Health

21 Helps the immune system produce antibodies to fight diseases
Vitamin B6 Helps the immune system produce antibodies to fight diseases Helps maintain normal nerve function and form red blood cells Assists the body break down protein The more protein you eat, the more vitamin B6 you need in your diet *Information is from the US National Institute of Health

22 Necessary for the body to break down carbohydrates and fats
Biotin Essential for growth Necessary for the body to break down carbohydrates and fats Necessary for protein metabolism *Information is from the US National Institute of Health

23 Fructooligosaccharides (FOS)
Fructooligosaccharides (FOS) are a common prebiotic. Non-digestible food ingredients Target selected groups of the human colonic microflora Aids in absorption of calcium and magnesium Improves calcium retention and balance Positive effect on serum concentrations of lipids, cholesterol and fatty acids Fructooligosaccharides (FOS) are a common prebiotic. Prebiotics are non-digestible food ingredients that target selected groups of the human colonic microflora, thus having the ability to alter the composition towards a more 'beneficial' community.117 FOS supplementation aids in absorption of important biologic minerals such as calcium and magnesium and improves calcium retention and balance.118, 119 Increases in magnesium and calcium absorption with FOS supplementation probably contribute to FOS's ability to prevent femoral bone loss120 and increase bone mineral density in animal models.121 FOS supplementation may also help iron availability in those with iron-defiencies.119, 122 Additionally, FOS supplementations seem to have a positive effect on serum concentrations of lipids, cholesterol and fatty acids.

24 Amino Acid Blend Amino acids are critical to life
Building blocks of proteins Play a variety of roles in metabolism Important in many other biological molecules Necessary for the formation of coenzymes Act as precursors for the biosynthesis of molecules Essential for the growth and maintenance of all body tissues

25 Alanine Used by the body to build proteins
Plays a role in supporting prostate health Required for the metabolism of glucose and tryptophan Is a constituent of vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid) as well as coenzyme A Demonstrated a cholesterol-reducing effect in rats.

26 Arginine Assists in wound healing
Helps remove excess ammonia from the body Stimulates the immune system Promotes the secretion of several hormones, including glucagon, insulin, and growth hormone Necessary to increase protein synthesis, which can in turn increase cellular replication May help people with inadequate numbers of certain cells Precursor to nitric oxide, which the body uses to keep blood vessels dilated, allowing the heart to receive adequate oxygen Preliminary evidence suggests that arginine may help regulate cholesterol levels Acts as a natural blood thinner by reducing platelet aggregation

27 Aspartate Plays a critical role in building new proteins and amino acids Required to break down proteins and amino acids for energy Required by the nervous system to maintain equilibrium May provide resistance to fatigue, which leads to endurance

28 Histidine Precursor of histamine, a compound released by immune system cells during an allergic reaction Needed for growth and for the repair of tissue Required for the maintenance of myelin sheaths that protect nerve cells Required for the production of red and white blood cells Helps produce gastric juices

29 Isoleucine Part of the branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs)
Needed for the maintenance of muscle tissue Helps preserve muscle stores of glycogen (a storage form of carbohydrate that can be converted into energy) Helps prevent muscle protein breakdown during exercise

30 Leucine Part of the branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs)
Has been found to slow the degradation of muscle tissue Increases the synthesis of muscle proteins Utilized in the liver, adipose tissue, and muscle tissue Helps with the regulation of blood-sugar levels

31 Lysine Needed for growth Helps maintain nitrogen balance in the body
Helps the body absorb and conserve calcium Incorporated into many proteins, which are used by the body for a variety of purposes Necessary to produce antibodies, hormones, enzymes, collagen formation as well as repair of tissue

32 Methionine Supplies sulfur and other compounds required by the body for normal metabolism and growth Considered a lipotropics, or chemicals that help the liver process fats Assists in the breakdown of fats Prevents the build-up of fat in the arteries Assists the digestive system and removing heavy metals from the body

33 Ornithine Ornithine is manufactured by the body when arginine is metabolized May promote muscle-building in the body by increasing levels of insulin and growth hormone Induces the release of growth hormone in the body Helps with fat metabolism Required for a properly functioning immune system Assists in ammonia detoxification and liver rejuvenation

34 Proline Improves skin texture and aids collagen formation
Helps contain the loss of collagen during aging Found mainly in collagen Important in the maintenance of muscles, joints and tendons

35 Serine Required for the metabolism of fat, tissue growth and the immune system Assists in the production of immunoglobulins and antibodies Constituent of brain proteins and nerve coverings Necessary for the formation of cell membranes

36 Threonine Required to help maintain the proper protein balance in the body Assist in the formation of collagen and elastin in the skin Involved in liver functioning Assists the immune system by producing antibodies Promotes thymus growth and activity Increases nutrient bioavailability

37 Tyrosine Important to the structure of almost all proteins in the body
Precursor of several neurotransmitters: L-dopa, dopamine, norepinephrine, and epinephrine Studies have suggested that tyrosine may help people with depression Converted by skin cells into melanin, the dark pigment that protects against the harmful effects of ultraviolet light Used for stress reduction Studies suggest tyrosine proved effective in alleviating stress and keeping soldiers more alert

38 Valine Needed for muscle metabolism, repair and growth of tissue
Maintains the nitrogen balance in the body A branched-chain amino acid, it is used as an energy source in the muscles

39 High ORAC Fruit Blend Contains:
Strawberry, wild blueberry, orange, elderberry, grape seed, and green tea Potent combination of antioxidants that may aid in reducing cancer risk Broad combination fights the effects of aging

40 Strawberry Contain several nutrients, minerals, and antioxidants that are important for human health Are an excellent source of vitamin C and manganese, and a good source of dietary fiber Rich in anthocyanin, which has been used for studies in preventing initiation of cancers Contains a unique phenolic group, ellagotannins, which are effective in preventing initiation of esophageal cancer Promotes heart health, anti-aging and anti-inflammatory effects

41 Wild Blueberry Rich in anthocyanin, a natural compounds found in the deep blue pigment of the berries Studies have linked wild blueberries to anti-aging, anti-cancer, heart health and vascular health Prevent oxidative stress which is linked to many chronic diseases Promote good urinary tract health and good vision

42 Orange Rich in Vitamin C
Studies suggest that a compound in the peels of oranges and tangerines has the potential to lower bad cholesterol (LDL) A study by the University of Hawaii indicates that a daily dose of citrus peel extract might help prevent diabetes in humans

43 Elderberry Used traditionally as treatment for colds, infection and pain relief May prevent flu and decreases severity and length of flu symptoms Rich in flavonoids that have antioxidant properties Boost the immune system

44 Grape Seed Contains highly bioavailable proanthocyanidins
Provides significantly greater protection against free radical damage Shown great promise in the prevention of atherosclerosis due to potent antioxidant function Protects against atherosclerosis by trapping reactive oxygen species in an aqueous environment (such as plasma or interstitial fluid) in a blood vessel, thus inhibiting oxidation of LDL on the arterial wall

45 Green Tea Rich in polyphenols, chemicals with potent antioxidant properties Contains six primary catechin compounds: catechin, gallaogatechin, epicatechin, epigallocatechin, epicatechin gallate, and apigallocatechin gallate (also known as EGCG) May be useful for multiple health problems including atherosclerosis, cholesterol, cancer, IBD, liver disease, diabetes, and weight loss

46 Fruit and Vegetable Juices
Blueberry juice, raspberry juice, beet juice, and black carrot juice

47 Blueberry Juice Contains high concentrations of anthocyanins, which are a dark colored subclass of flavonoids Blueberry anthocyanins now appear to be the most powerful antioxidants among flavonoids Anthocyanins are able to neutralize certain destructive enzymes, initiate anti-inflammatory effects on blood vessels, and inhibit serum protein decreases induced by hyperoxia Assist the body in dissolving blood clots, and exhibit anti-cancer effects not directly related to ROS Anthocyanins have shown promising results: 1) stroke 2) capillary damage due to diabetic vascular disease 3) hypertensive vessel damage 4) arthritic or muscle conditions involving damaged collagen and/or elastin 5) other inflammatory conditions associated with prostaglandins 6) immune cell function, and 7) treatment of urinary tract infections

48 Raspberry Juice Contain a wider variety of flavonoids and the highest concentration of the natural anti-mutagen, ellagic acid Ellagic acid offers unique health benefits unrelated to its antioxidant potential Have the ability to prevent cataract formation Studies show ellagic acid can modulate gene expression in prostate cancer cell cultures Inhibit liver cancer cells by multiple mechanisms Inhibit multiple enzyme systems that promote bladder cancer cell growth Protects colon mucosa leading to the prevention of pre-cancerous cell formation Inhibits chemically induced esophageal cancer

49 Beet Juice Deep red/purple color is caused by the antioxidant betalain
May help lower blood pressure Rich source of the mineral boron Recent scientific research has shown that beetroot can inhibit tumor growth Has antioxidant properties that may help to prevent cancer

50 Black Carrot Juice Naturally rich in anthocyanin content
Anthocyanins may help prevent heart disease by slowing blood clotting Contain anti-inflammatory properties Potent free radical scavengers May inhibit LDL (bad) cholesterol

51 36 Approved Claims by the FDA
Supports cellular health Supports circulatory system health Supports feelings of well-being Supports female health Supports gastrointestinal health Supports healthy hair Supports healthy skin Supports immune system health Supports against minor inflammation Improves body composition and supports weight loss Increases cellular concentrations of minerals Supports anti-aging processes Supports antioxidant capacity Supports body stamina Supports cardiovascular health Let’s talk about how exactly Maximol Solutions can help you. It is a multi-mineral supplement that contains an unparalleled combination of minerals in the appropriate proportions to meet human needs and help your body function at its peak Essential and Trace Minerals are essential to numerous vital body processes, including metabolism, circulation, respiration, and many others. That’s why we call Maximol Solutions, “Minerals for Life” And that’s why Maximol delivers a huge range of benefits like the ones listed here.

52 36 Approved Claims by the FDA
Supports normal vision Supports physical recovery after exercise Supports respiratory health Supports sense of hearing Supports sense of taste Supports work and exercise performance Minerals are enzymatic cofactors in the body Prebiotics promote colon health Supports joint health Supports male health Supports muscular health Supports neural health Supports normal biochemical processes Supports normal body and overall well-being Supports normal growth Supports normal learning and memory functions Supports normal liver health Look at this. Page 2. That was only half the benefits. Here is another full page listing of just how Maximol Solutions can contribute to your overall health and well-being. This is the importance of essential and trace minerals.

53 Our Commitment to Quality
For each batch of Maximol: 100 hundred man-hours go into inspecting and testing the raw materials, blends, and finished product Raw materials undergo 5 to 7 days of inspection 30 analytical tests are conducted for vitamins and minerals to guarantee potency 8 microbiological tests are conducted for safety Organoleptic testing to ensure consistency of appearance, taste, and odor In-house stability tests to ensure accurate shelf-life expiration dates For each batch of Maximol: 100 hundred man-hours go into inspecting and testing the raw materials, blends, and finished product Raw materials undergo 5 to 7 days of inspection to make sure they’re good enough for Maximol 8 microbiological tests and 30 analytical tests are conducted for minerals and fat and water soluble vitamins to guarantee Maximol’s potency and viability We perform organoleptic testing to ensure consistency of appearance, taste, odor, and other sensory characteristics We also perform in-house stability tests to ensure accurate shelf-life expiration dates


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