Max Effort Muscle Fruits Packs a Healthy Punch

Don Laubenthal MS, CSCS
Professor – Exercise Science

Now, more than ever, people are concerned about their health and are looking for the secret to developing a bullet proof immune system, more energy, and a stronger body. Although most people do know that nutrition has an impact on their health, energy, and strength, very few people understand how they should eat. Understanding healthy eating, unless you are trained in this area, can be quite confusing. For example, I did a quick Google search on, how many servings of fruit should I consume each day, and this is what popped up in a single search.

2 servings per day.
3-5 servings per day.
400 grams per day.
Several 4-ounce servings per day.
Depends on the season.
I did not search very hard, but this is what I saw in the first few minutes of a search. So, what is the correct answer? Another typical statement I hear from people trying to eat healthier is that they do not have time to prepare healthy meals. We all know this leads to fast food meals or skipping meals. So how does the typical busy person meet all the necessary nutrient requirements to stay healthy and maintain high energy throughout the day. Better yet, how does an individual who is training extremely hard and is very busy manage to eat healthy? As soon as we train with increased intensity and load volume, our nutritional demands change, and more nutrients are required to help us recover and make progress.
Fortunately, there is a way to reduce the confusion about nutrition and enhance your healthy nutrient intake while saving time. Max Effort Fruits enables you to acquire a big nutrient punch without a lot of extra sugar, time, or calories. A single scoop can provide the fruit healthy nutrition of apples, raspberries, blue berries, cranberries, turmeric, and strawberries, with no added sugar and it mixes deliciously in water. You can take it on the run anytime, and you can mix it with other Max Effort Muscle products as well.


What Makes Max Effort Muscle Fruits So Good?

Max Effort Muscle Fruits provides a powerful punch of health in each scoop. This is the simple answer to what makes Max Effort Fruits so good. Now we will dive into the science behind this amazing product so you can see why this product is so good.

When I look at the efficacy of any supplement, I look at what it says it provides, and what it actually does provide. Can it help to improve my health through dietary intake? Can it help my recovery between workouts? Can it improve my performance in the gym and in everyday life? These questions are very important to me, and I am sure to you also. Therefore, I will breakdown Max Effort Muscle Fruits based on the categories of health, recovery, and performance.

Health is a true blessing, and anything that reduces our health also reduces our ability to train, recover, and function in everyday life. When I look at health I of course think about the immune system, cardiovascular system, and digestive system. These systems will essentially impact all other systems of the body, so if they are healthy, the body is normally healthy. Therefore, if a nutrient, or nutrients, supports these 3 systems of the body, I want to consume it.


Immune and Digestive Systems

The immune system relies heavily upon maintaining healthy organs, such as the liver and lymphatic system, as well has maintaining healthy phagocytes and leukocytes, which are the immune cells that target and destroy pathogens as they enter our bodies. Max Effort Muscle Fruits contain natural and powerful antioxidants, anti-inflammatory, and pro digestive and gut flora (healthy bacteria in our gut) nutrients. Antioxidants are found in high levels in Raspberry, Blueberry, Turmeric, and Cranberry, all of which are found in Max Effort’s Fruits. What do antioxidants do? They protect cells from free radicals, which occur through natural metabolic processes in the body, as well as through exposure to pollutants, chemicals, and high levels of stress. Free radicals are essentially molecules with unpaired electrons that attach to a molecule with paired electrons and create damage to cells. Free radicals have been linked to numerous health problems, including cancer. Antioxidants neutralize free radicals by sharing an electron and stabilizing the free radical.

This is one reason it is so important to consume fruits and vegetables, and with a single scoop of Max Effort Fruits, you get a very powerful helping of antioxidants.

Another very important influence on the immune system is the liver (which is part of the digestive system). Our livers face the daily challenge of digestive function, and filtering toxins out of the body. As a result, our livers can become damaged and filled with toxins, which makes this organ less efficient. A less efficient liver can result in a slower metabolism, less energy, and poor overall health. Max Effort Fruits contain nutrients such as Apple Powder, Turmeric, and Citrus Bioflavonoids which are strong supporters of liver function and detoxing. Not only does this keep your immune function healthy, but these nutrients will also improve your energy levels.

Inflammation is another area of concern when it comes to our immune system and recovery ability between workouts. Inflammation is the immune systems natural response to injury or pathogens that cause harm to the body. There is acute inflammation that occurs due to an injury or post exercise, which is a natural and necessary response to repair damaged tissues. However, when the immune response continues to be triggered and inflammation becomes chronic, the immune system begins to attack healthy tissue. Chronic inflammation can impact our immune function, our cardiovascular function, our digestive function, our joint health, and our recovery and performance ability. The causes of chronic inflammation are related to diet, stress, and lack of exercise. Max Effort Muscles Fruits contain nutrients that have very strong anti-inflammation benefits. These nutrients include Organic Beet Juice Powder, Turmeric, Raspberry Leak, Hesperidin, Blueberry Powder, Cranberry Powder, and Bilberry Extract Powder. These anti-inflammatory nutrients reduce the biomarkers that trigger chronic inflammation, and anti-inflammatory nutrients become more and more important the harder we train and the older we get.

If you read the science article on Max Effort Muscle Probiotics, you know that, perhaps the most important component of your immune system, is the healthy bacteria in our gut. This bacterium regulates our immunity and helps with digestion and nutrient absorption. Healthy gut bacterium can be damaged by poor diet, excessive alcohol intake, large numbers of unhealthy bacteria or viruses, and high levels of stress. When our healthy gut bacterium is damaged and reduced, our chances of becoming sick are significantly elevated. Unhealthy gut bacterium can also result in low energy levels, digestive disorders, and poor nutrient absorption. However, a scoop of Max Effort Muscle Fruits can provide a significant boost to our gut bacterium by providing support for our gut flora through nutrients such as, Apple Powder, Organic Beet Powder, Citrus Bioflavonoid Extract Powder, Organic Strawberry and Cranberry Powder, and Bilberry Extract Powder. Max Effort Muscle Fruits combined with Max Effort Muscle Probiotics will have your digestive system strong and healthy.


Cardiovascular System

The importance of cardiovascular health is obvious and yet heart disease is still one of the leading killers in the United States. The root causes of poor cardiovascular health are diet, lack of exercise, and stress. We cannot always remove stress from our lives, but we can certainly eat healthy, train hard, and do our best to manage stress. Max Effort Muscle Fruits can help significantly with our cardiovascular health by providing nutrients that maintain arterial health, a healthy blood lipid profile, and heart health. Nutrients such as Apple Powder, Organic Beet Juice Powder, Citrus Bioflavonoid Extract Powder, Hesperidin, Wild Blueberry Powder, Organic Strawberry Powder, Organic Cranberry Powder, Bilberry Extract Powder, and Elderberry Extract Powder all aid in improving everything from blood lipid profile and circulation to reducing inflammation of the heart and arterial linings. Coronary artery disease can occur with no symptoms before finally showing up as a heart attack. It is important to consume foods, and supplements, to keep our heart and arteries clean and healthy.

Coronary arteries are not the only arteries in the body that can become clogged with plaque and inflamed. If our circulatory vessels in our legs become clogged, we can suffer from a debilitating issue called peripheral vascular disease. This will significantly reduce your ability to simply walk. Max Effort Fruits provides a quick and easy way to consume some powerful, cardiovascular friendly nutrients.

Many of the ingredients in Max Effort Muscle Fruits not only help to keep arteries clean, but they also help to improve circulation by reducing inflammation, lowering blood pressure, and enhancing the artery’s ability to release and react to a natural vasodilator (causes arteries to open up and allow for more blood to flow), Nitric Oxide. Nutrients such as Hesperidin, Citrus Bioflavonoid Extract Powder, and wild blueberry powder help maintain proper circulation in our body. Proper blood circulation is vital for performance, heart health, recovery ability, and sexual health.

Besides the many health and performance benefits, Max Effort Muscle Fruits tastes great and mixes well with a variety of other Max Effort Supplements. My personal favorite mix is Max Effort Muscle Amino Recovery, Creatine, Greens, Fruits, and Immune Booster. This is a very powerful health, recovery, and performance cocktail that keeps me going through long days, and it tastes great. Max Effort Fruits is also delicious when taken by itself. Try some today, you will be glad you did.



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