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Wellness is more than just the absence of illness. It’s finding your path to take ownership of your health. Maxwell Nutrition is the first step on that path.


We’re dedicated to bringing you the latest science-driven wellness research, recipes, fitness videos and podcasts, along with cutting-edge nutritional supplement and product selections - all at affordable prices.
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Defining “Moderate” vs. “Vigorous” Exercise


When long time fitness guru Mackie Shilstone was asked, what is the difference between moderate-to-vigorous (MVPA) and vigorous physical activity, his simple answer was mild to moderate exercise is not breaking a sweat, while vigorous exercise is highly sweat conducive. From a physiological perspective, moderate exercise generates 3… Read More

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MaxWell Nutrition Collagen Peptides


MaxWell Nutrition's Collagen Peptides are sourced from grass-fed, pasture-raised bovine to ensure a high-quality source.

Collagen Peptides aim to help you maintain healthy joints and support bone strength.* Collagen Peptides may also support the health and vitality of your hair, skin, and nails.*

Unflavored Hydrolyzed Type 1 & 3 Collagen

35 servings, Manufactured in the USA

* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Maximum Wellness, Episode 115: Afternoon Exercise Improves Insulin Status in Metabolically Challenged People


Human beings possess an internal time management mechanism (circadian central clock) that coordinates dark and light activities, while managing such activities as, skeletal muscle preservation, liver health, and fat tissue (peripheral clock), that occur during fasting (especially night-time), activity, and the recovery-repair process that occurs during sleep.

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Maximum Wellness, Episode 115: Afternoon Exercise Improves Insulin Status in Metabolically Challenged People


Human beings possess an internal time management mechanism (circadian central clock) that coordinates dark and light activities, while managing such activities as, skeletal muscle preservation, liver health, and fat tissue (peripheral clock), that occur during fasting (especially night-time), activity, and the recovery-repair process that occurs during sleep.

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