GLUTATHIONE or GSH (glutathione S-transferase)
Glutathione is the body's main anti-oxidant and the main detoxification enzyme of the liver.
Glutathione is not easily absorbed as the stomach acid destroys it. Liposomal Glutathione is glutathione that has been protected by lipids so that it can survive the acid environment and be absorbed. I have tested different brands of liposomal to find the one that is most easily digested by people with gallbladder problems. This one seems to be no problem at all.
4 oz Bottle = 30 days supply at 1 tsp daily dosage. Drink plenty of water to assist in carrying out toxins.
Daily use of Glutathione may:
- Reduce inflammation
- Regulates or balances the immune system
- Increase anti-oxidant levels
- Promote the release of toxins from liver through the bile
- Improve overall health and well-being
"Glutathione is like the bodyguard or Secret Service agent whose loyalty is so deep that she will jump in front of a bullet to save the life of the one she protects. When there is enough of the proper form of glutathione in the body to "take the bullet", no inflammatory response occurs. However when glutathione becomes depleted it triggers a destructive inflammatory process." Dr. D. Kharrizian
Active Ingredients: 500 mg glutathione, 400 mg non-hydrogenated phosphatidylcholine per 1 tsp.
Inactive Ingredients: Purified water, natural flavors, potassium sorbate.
Contains no allergens, no artificial ingredients or harmful excipients.
(The phosphatidylcholine tests free of soy and gmo's.)
Dosage: 4 mm daily (just over 1 tsp). Mix into one ounce of juice or water.
Gently Shake Before Using. Keep refrigerated and use within 40 days of opening.
Glutathione levels influence healthy immune functions. Neurodegenerative disorders have been associated with alteration in glutathione and antioxidant status. Research has shown very low levels of glutathione in conditions such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's. Therefore, using glutathione in chronic neurological disorders should be considered.
Studies have also shown that glutathione depletion contributes and is linked to fatty liver disease. In fact, in most chronic illnesses, glutathione reserves are found to be lacking. It stands to reason that keeping glutathione levels up would be supportive.