4 fl. oz. (120ml)
Glutathione is the most important antioxidant in your body.
This Liposomal Glutathione is formulated for optimal absorpotion. This Liposomal Glutathione is a true liposome, which is stable and can be measured on a nanometer level. These are improved Liposomes, using 400 mg phosphatidylcholine per dose. This liposomal PC does not contain EPA or DHA, as the long chain fatty acids.
The flavor is milder, the viscosity is lower and the liposomes clear your mouth quickly. The result is more tolerable. After a dose or two your palate will be accustomed to it.
These liposomes are designed to be stable under a high acid environment (stomach) so they can reach the middle gastrointestinal (GI) tract and absorb directly into your bloodstream.
Glutathione is critical for detoxification and to the regeneration of Vitamin C and Vitamin E. Glutathione helps to break down heavy metal toxicity including mercury, lead, arsenic and cadmium.
Glutathione (pronounced "gloota-thigh-own") is produced naturally all the time in your body. The highest concentrations are located in your liver, pancreas, kidneys and even the lens of your eye.
Glutathione is a combination of three building blocks of protein or amino acids -- cysteine, glycine and glutamine. The secret to Glutathione’s power is the sulfur it contains. Sulfur is a sticky molecule that acts like fly paper. As the glutathione travels through your body, all the free radicals, toxins, mercury and other heavy metals stick to it. After these toxins stick onto glutathione, they get carried into the bile and the stool -- and out of your body.
However, poor diet, pollution, toxins, medications, stress, infections and radiation all deplete the glutathione in your body. This encourages cell disintegration from oxidative stress, free radicals, infections and cancer. Plus, as your liver gets overloaded and damaged, it is unable to do its job of detoxification.
Glutathione recycles antioxidants. Free radicals and heavy metals are passed around from vitamin C to vitamin E to lipoic acid and then finally to glutathione which recycles them. After this happens, the body usually regenerates another protective glutathione molecule to continue the protection from outside toxins.
But if your body is overwhelmed with too much stress or too many toxins, then the glutathione becomes depleted and we can no longer protect ourselves against free radicals, heavy metals, infections, and disease. This can lead to chronic illness.
Glutathione is critical for immune function and controlling inflammation. It is the master detoxifier and the body's main antioxidant, protecting our cells and making our energy metabolism run well.
You can do many things to increase glutathione in your body. You can eat glutathione-boosting foods. You can exercise. And you can take glutathione-boosting supplements.
Glutathione-boosting foods are rich in sulfur. These include garlic, onions and cruciferous vegetables, like broccoli, kale, collards, cabbage, cauliflower, etc.
Another great way to boost glutathione is with undenatured whey protein. This is a great source of cysteine and the amino acid building blocks for glutathione synthesis.
Exercise also boosts your glutathione levels. Remember to start slow and build up to 30 minutes a day of exercise, like walking or jogging.
The best way to make sure you are boosting your glutathione levels is with natural supplements. Glutathione is best when combined with a good multivitamin, a good source of Vitamin C, natural Omega-3 from fish, NAC (N-acetyl-cysteine), and vitamins B6 and B12.
Liposomes, which are well known drug delivery vehicles comprised of phospholipids. Phospholipids, because of their hydrophobic (water fearing) and hydrophilic (water loving) nature, form natural spherical structures called liposomes. Drugs or nutrients can be inserted into the center of these liposomes. Because liposomes can be absorbed intact by the human intestine, large, poorly bioavailable molecules carried within the liposomes can more easily be ferried across the gut wall.
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