F*OX™. The mega-potent antioxidant formulated with key nutrients that combine forces to scavenge destructive free radicals throughout the body.
As you likely know, good health becomes a moving target as you age, so arm yourself with all the antioxidant support you can muster with F*OX™.
F*OX™ is for all of us, actually, from the young-ish to the young at heart! F*OX™ is a unique, triple threat supplement made to help protect body and mind from free radical damage, and to help boost mental sharpness and increase physical strength and endurance.
The F*OX™ Objective
Defend the body against
Restore and maintain healthy intracellular levels of glutathione
Support the body’s detoxification process
Suggested Use: Take two (2) capsules per day, preferably with a snack or small meal for maximum absorption.
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How F*OX™ Works
By teaming up the most powerful antioxidant found in nature with two amino acids, F*OX™, in a single stroke, is geared to annihilate all dangerous free radicals in its path and help generate precious glutathione—our own intracellular do-all antioxidant. Having a role in a vast array of cellular functions, glutathione (or lack thereof) can be a deciding factor in our overall health.
As you probably already know, oxidative stress takes a toll on our immune systems in general, leaving us exposed to everyday threats like colds and other minor infections, inflammatory conditions, and even some hard-to-diagnose cases of extreme fatigue and memory impairment.
At its worst, oxidative stress can push us over the edge into the truly dangerous realms of heart disease, diabetes, and certain neurodegenerative disorders.
Still in the first blush of youth? Lucky you! F*OX™ works for you, too. The compounds in F*OX™ have been shown to improve athletic performance by helping amp up energy and stamina, by minimizing muscle soreness, and by helping damaged muscle tissue heal.
Frequently Asked Questions
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In simple terms, oxidative stress describes a negative balance of antioxidants to oxidants (or free radicals) in the body. Oxidative stress results when the body’s antioxidant defense mechanisms become depleted for any number of reasons, including mental and emotional stress, poor nutrition, sleep deprivation, illness or injury. Unfortunately, even the normal aging process contributes to oxidative stress.
Not surprisingly, conditions associated with oxidative stress in the body are wide-ranging, and can include a generalized subpar immune response, inflammatory conditions, and other more deadly diseases affecting the heart, the brain, and/or other organ systems.
Astaxanthin is an ultra-potent antioxidant found in freshwater microalgae and red-pigmented fish and shellfish, like salmon and shrimp. Functionally similar to Beta-carotene, Astaxanthin is a compound known to help maintain eye and skin health, and is thought to aid in muscle strength and endurance, and may reduce muscle fatigue.
NAC is a supplemental form of cysteine, an amino acid. N-acetyl-L-cysteine helps drive glutathione production. Glutathione, a principal antioxidant, neutralizes free radicals, helps detoxify drugs and environmental toxins in the body, and is a major factor in tissue building and repair.
Glycine is an amino acid our bodies produce in small amounts we use for numerous cognitive and metabolic processes. Glycine also helps amplify glutathione production. Glutathione is big player in the antioxidant game, contributing to a strong immune response and overall good health.
Commonly called the “master antioxidant”, glutathione is a tripeptide molecule made up of the amino acids cysteine, glycine, and glutamic acid. Produced by the liver, glutathione is a key factor in nutrient metabolism, autoimmune response mediation, and cellular repair and replication. Glutathione is also found in food sources, like spinach and avocados, to name two.
The GGT measurement on a routine blood test will tell you. GGT is an enzyme that regulates glutathione production. Important note: GGT has an inverse relationship with intracellular glutathione, so the higher the level of GGT in the blood, the lower the level of intracellular glutathione. High levels of GGT enzymes in the blood may indicate kidney or liver damage and associated diseases like hepatitis, cirrhosis, or heart disease.
Think of it as the difference between a whisper and a shout. Vitamin C also helps raise glutathione levels, but vitamin C doesn’t pack the same punch as astaxanthin—a much more powerful antioxidant with more staying power.
In a word? Absorption. Singular amino acids are more easily absorbed by the body than a big tripeptide glutathione molecule. The goal is to stimulate the body’s natural production of GSH from its precursors, glutamate, cysteine and glycine.
The real question asks what diseases are not associated with oxidative stress! Free radicals don’t discriminate, attacking the cardiovascular system with the same intensity as the gastrointestinal system, the liver, and/or the brain.
F*OX™ is best taken daily with food (especially a meal) for maximum absorption.