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2014 – “Super Sale” begins January 2014 – Two bottles free with each bottle ordered  

2013 – College Connection
Because of his expertise as an Orthomolecular Biochemistry Researcher, Michael W. Dixon was recruited by Santiago Canyon College, on behalf of a three college consortium (Santiago Canyon College, Santa Ana College, and Fullerton College), to be a member of the Technical Advisory Committee for their Biotechnology Program.  This model is being evaluated for use as the standard by the University of California at Irvine (UCI).

2013 – “The Great Giveaway” Sale begins January 2013 – One case free with each bottle ordered (inventory balance adjustment)

2012 – “Summer Spectacular Sale”
Summer Spectacular Sale begins the first day of Summer and runs throughout Summer – Two bottles free with each bottle ordered

2012 – “Spring Special Super Sale”
Spring Special Super Sale begins the first day of Spring and runs throughout Spring – One bottle free with each bottle ordered

2012 – “Life, Aging & The Human Health Span”
New book written by Michael W. Dixon published by BodySense Publications

2011/2012 – Natural Health Lecture Series
The Natural Health Lecture Series presented live by noted Orthomolecular Biochemistry Researcher Michael W. Dixon began Nov. 17, 2011 and continued well into 2012; the title of the series: “Life, Aging & The Human Health Span”

2011 – Orthomolecular Health Journal™ published Online:  BodySense Publications announces the online publication of the Premier Edition of the Orthomolecular Health Journal which features the latest in natural “Nutritional & Wellness Insights.”  This edition’s Spotlight feature is: “The Basis of Health.”  The Orthomolecular Health Journal is available online as a public service in natural health information.  – January 2011

2011 – Radio Talk Show Broadcast
Michael W. Dixon Interviewed on The Bob Larsen Show
Monday, July 18, 2011, 11:00 am-12:00 noon, KCAA Radio 1050AM (NBC)
Topic: “Health is Wealth”

2011 – Published Article in a Medical Journal
“How to Protect Yourself from Radiation Naturally”
Dragon’s Medical Bulletin, Michael W. Dixon, May 2011.
(See the answer to FAQ’s #29 for abridged article text)

2010 – A new age in Natural Health has arrived:  Maxcelint Laboratories Inc. announces the Grand Opening of the Maxcelint Online Store, featuring:

Potentiated Magnesium
®  (pMg) for natural heart health support; and

Go To The MAX® – Potentiated Magnesium plus Zinc (MAX) for exercised muscle strength and immune system support; and the Grand Opening of the:

Natural Health Directory, featuring the new and comprehensive: The Complete Nutrient Directory™ along with the latest in orthomolecular science-based natural health research.  – December 2010

pMg and MAX represent a quantum-leap forward in power and effectiveness in natural nutritional supplements.

2010 – pMg News Story Published in Another Medical Journal “New Advanced Magnesium…” news story picked up and published by Natural Health Science News – “All the Latest Science News in the Field of Natural Medicine” 06/12/10 Edition.

2010 – First Published Article in a Medical Journal
“New Advanced Magnesium…”
Dragon’s Medical Bulletin, Michael W. Dixon, June 2010.

Historical Milestones

1965 – First Scientific Research Paper Written
Extensive research was conducted by Michael W. Dixon as an exercise of self-education and discovery that resulted in writing “The Transformation of Food,” which charted the course food takes from ingestion, through intestinal breakdown and uptake, to cellular utilization.  Discovered how cells produce energy, only to find out later that it had already been discovered by Hans A. Krebs, first proposed in 1937, and for which he won a Nobel Prize in 1953.  The Krebs Cycle (aka citric acid cycle) is the key metabolic sequential pathway of the chemical conversion of nutrients (carbohydrates, fats and proteins), with the assistance of enzymes, vitamins and minerals, in the presence of oxygen, into carbon dioxide and water to generate useable cellular energy in the form of adenosine triphosphate (ATP).  Albert Szent-Gyorgyi contributed to the Krebs Cycle by charting its components and reactions within the mitochondria organelle (the cell’s power plant) to produce the energy molecule ATP.  Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, who is also credited with discovering vitamin C, won a Nobel Prize in Physiology in 1937.  Later, Michael W. Dixon demonstrated how the essential mineral magnesium (Mg) naturally bonds with ATP to form the complete energy complex MgATP.

1968 – Orthomolecular Research Begins
In 1968 a quest began by independent orthomolecular biochemistry researcher Michael W. Dixon to try and find an orthomolecular substance that could control stress-induced premature ventricular contractions (PVC’s), a common heartbeat arrhythmia induced by stress (absent an organic cause).  After a couple of decades of research into every possible nutrient, and combination of nutrients, it was determined that the essential mineral magnesium (Mg) held the most promise.  The problem encountered with magnesium was that because of its inherent hydrophilic nature, which caused it to attract and hold water in the GI tract, it tended to produce a laxative effect when magnesium was taken orally in any meaningful quantity, regardless of the supplement type consumed.  Then the quest turned to how to overcome magnesium’s hydrophilic nature.

This was the beginning of what eventually evolved into the development of Potentiated Magnesium (pMg), and some remarkable discoveries about its beneficial impact on the human cardiovascular system.

1970-1972 – The Early Pioneers of Nutrition
Because of his knowledge of nutrients, Michael W. Dixon was hired as a manager of a health food store in Downey, CA owned by American Health Industries, which operated a chain of health food stores throughout Southern California.  It was here, through the store’s extensive library on nutrients and health, that Michael W. Dixon became familiar with the early pioneers in the study of nutrients and their impact on health, as epitomized by Linus Pauling.

1973 – Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine
Began contributions to the Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine (founded 1973 in California) for their orthomolecular research.  After Linus Pauling’s death at age 93 (in 1994), the Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine moved (in 1996) to Oregon State University and was re-named the Linus Pauling Institute.  Michael W. Dixon greatly admired Linus Pauling, and based his orthomolecular research on the “The Nature of the Chemical Bond” and “General Chemistry” textbooks written by Linus Pauling, expanding the work done by Linus Pauling that involved ionic bonding of minerals (chemical bonds between atoms in mineral molecules).  Coincidentally, Linus Pauling married a woman named Miller, and Michael W. Dixon married a woman named Miller.  In 1954 Linus Pauling received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, and in 1962 received the Nobel Peace Prize.  Linus Pauling remains the only person in history to have received two unshared Nobel Prizes.

1968-1988 – Orthomolecular Research Continues
The documentation of the volume of work surrounding the research into how nutrients function in the human body, and how the human body works, eventually resulted in The BodyBook Trilogy, a three volume reference treatise of the human body that encompasses the body’s physiology, nutrition, and conditions (including an encyclopedic lexicon).  Each volume contained about 1,000 pages.

1989 – First Listed in Marquis Who’s Who in the West

1990 – Scripps Clinic Research Council

Certificate of Appreciation presented to Michael W. Dixon by Scripps Clinic Research Council for Biomedical Research.

1988 -1991 – Quest To Overcome Magnesium’s Hydrophilic Nature
The quest to overcome magnesium’s inherent hydrophilic nature intensifies.

1991 – First Listed in Marquis Who’s Who in the World

1991 – Gusty Winds Corporation & The Research Lab Founded

1991 – Formulation R&D and Human Research Studies Continue

With the formation of The Research Lab (Division of Gusty Winds Corp.), human research studies and laboratory formulation R&D becomes more formalized.

1991 – The New York Academy of Sciences Membership

Michael W. Dixon invited to become a member of The New York Academy of Sciences, one of the most prestigious scientific organizations in America.

1991-1995 – Early Human Research Studies

1996 – Early Paper About A Newly Developed Form of Magnesium

As a matter of historical interest, “There Is A Magic Bullet After All” which documents the early research and development of what eventually became Potentiated Magnesium, is fascinating reading and may be published online sometime in the future.

1996 – Magnesium’s Hydrophilic Nature Overcome
After decades of R&D, a new type of orthomolecular chemical bond was developed that basically was an extension of the nature of the chemical bond work conducted by Linus Pauling.  This new type of chemical bond is basically a way of surrounding the magnesium molecules with a different nutrient, then surrounding it again with a third nutrient, to form a previously unknown compound coordination complex.  The compound complex process produced a sort of supercharged synergy between the ingredients that fully activated the magnesium and brought it to its full potential, the potential it probably always had but went unrecognized simply because not enough could be ingested in meaningful quantities without it producing magnesium’s usual laxative effect.

1996- 1997– Potentiated Magnesium Fully Developed

1997 – First Series of Potentiated Magnesium Patents Applied For

1998 – First U.S. Patent Issued For Potentiated Magnesium
By 1998 the first of several patents was issued for this new orthomolecular substance, with patents eventually being issued in the U.S., Canada, Japan, China, France, Germany, and the United Kingdom.  The patents are unique in that they not only cover the proprietary formulation and the new Compound Complex process, they also encompass what the fully activated magnesium actually does in the human body – and what it does is quite extraordinary.  (Reference: U.S. Patent 5,849,337 titled: “Method of Enhancing Magnesium Absorption…”)

1998 – Multiple Human Research Studies Begin
Eventually, more than 10 years of human research studies with the new form of advanced orthomolecular magnesium demonstrated that it could be taken in quantities up to 3,000 mg of elemental magnesium per day for more than a year, and 2,000 mg of elemental magnesium per day for more than 10 years, without producing a laxative effect or any other deleterious side effect.  More than 30 people were involved in the research studies, involving both males and females, with ages in every decade of life that ranged from teens to those in their 90’s.

2000 – Listed in Millennium Edition of Who’s Who in America

2000 – First Book About Potentiated Magnesium Published

“Potentiated Magnesium and The True Fountain of Youth”
Michael W. Dixon, ISBN 0-9638681-1-X, BodySense Publications, 2000, Library of Congress Catalog Number: 99-97280.  Details the beginning of the preliminary research into the development of Potentiated Magnesium and how it was discovered to support the normal function of the cardiovascular system.

2000 – Maxcelint Laboratories Inc. Founded
Maxcelint Laboratories Inc. was specifically founded for the production, marketing, and distribution of Potentiated Magnesium (pMg) and the pMg-based line of natural nutritional supplements.

2000 – Second Series of Potentiated Magnesium Patents Applied For

2001 – Laboratory Certification Program Begins
Maxcelint Laboratories Inc. (MLI) contracts with highly-regarded NSF International to independently test, verify and certify each batch of Potentiated Magnesium for formulation accuracy, purity, and labeled potency.  Each individual nutrient was tested before the pre-production pilot run, in addition to each batch of production product and shelf-life testing, and was found to meet strict California Proposition 65 Standards for purity.

2002 – Second U.S. Patent Issued for Potentiated Magnesium
The beneficial impact of Potentiated Magnesium on cardiovascular health and function is fully detailed in the next generation of patents.  In addition to the U.S., patents are also issued in Canada, Japan, China, France, Germany, and the United Kingdom.  (Reference: U.S. Patent 6,372,264 titled: “Method of Reducing…Cellular Malfunction and for Balancing Ionic Calcium”)

2002 – Pilot Production of Potentiated Magnesium Begins

Designed to test the production process, as well as provide an adequate supply of pMg for larger scale human research studies.

2002 – Trademark Acquisition Process Begins

2003 – Laboratory Certification of Potentiated Magnesium Begins

2003 – Larger Scale Human Research Studies Begin for pMg

2008 (1st Product) – Full Production of Potentiated Magnesium® Begins

Potentiated Magnesium – for heart health support.

2008 (2nd Product) – Full Production of Go To The MAX ® Begins

Potentiated Magnesium plus Zinc – for exercised muscle strength and immune system support.

2008 – Independent Laboratory Testing of Potentiated Magnesium
Each batch of production Potentiated Magnesium is tested by an independent outside lab for formulation accuracy, purity, and labeled potency, and found to meet all standards including strict California Proposition 65 Standards for purity.  After almost seven years of shelf-life testing that began in 2001, Potentiated Magnesium was found to still meet labeled potency.  Each bottle of pMg carries the Laboratory Certified seal.

2009 – Maxcelint® Marketing Program Development Begins for pMg® and MAX

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