L-Glutathione Reduced 250 mg

L-Glutathione Reduced 250 mg
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L-Glutathione Reduced 250 mg

•    Defending the body against free radical damage
•    Detoxifying toxic compounds in the liver
•    Enhancing immune system and having anticarcinogenic properties
•    Helping to protect against atherosclerosis
•    Glutathione deficiencies, which can lead to serious health problems
•    Aging, which are associated with low Glutathione levels.

Glutathione (or Glutathione Reductase or Glutathione Reduced) is a tripeptide made from the amino acids Cysteine, Glutamic acid and Glycine. Vitamin B-6 is necessary for proper metabolism and Alpha Lipoic Acid helps increase Glutathione levels. Vitamins C and E, and also Selenium have an effect on Glutathione levels. Produced in the liver, which has the most abundant supply, this powerful antioxidant helps detoxify harmful chemical compounds. Found in almost every cell of the body, Glutathione protects against free radical damage. Glutathione levels decrease with aging, especially after the age 40. Low levels accelerate the aging process, and have been associated with disease and premature death; therefore, it is very important to keep these levels high.

Glutathione is the cell’s primary antioxidant, found in the cell sap, and is necessary to protect the cells from free radical damage, which causes aging and severe health problems. It works synergistically with Vitamin E, Vitamin C, Alpha Lipoic Acid, and Co-Q 10 to provide a powerful defensive mechanism. There are very high levels found in the liver, which detoxifies drugs, pollutants, and other harmful substances. Smoking cigarettes, excessive intake of alcohol, eating highly processed foods that contain nitrates, and drugs (such as acetaminophen) can deplete the body of important Glutathione. There have been health warnings not to take acetaminophen if you consume alcohol. Both of these generate free radicals and this can deplete the liver of Glutathione. If the liver is depleted of Glutathione, it cannot function properly and it builds up with excessive toxins, which can cause liver poisoning. Taking Alpha Lipoic Acid (100mg. per day) can help increase Glutathione levels, and it also works synergistically with Vitamins C, E and Co- Q 10 to provide a powerful antioxidant defense system against free radical damage.

L-Glutathione Reduced 250 mg 60 caps

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Supplemental Facts
Serving Size: 1 capsule
Servings per Container: 60

Amount per Serving:
L-Glutathione Reduced 250 mg
with Setria Glutathione

Other Ingredients:
Gelatin, may also contain microcrystalline cellulose, silicon dioxide and vegetable stearic acid

As a dietary supplement, take one (1) capsule A.M and one (1) capsule P.M. or as directed by a health care professional. To be used as a dietary supplement in a normal food program. It is recommended that this product be taken with vitamins and minerals

Certified free of:
Starch, corn, milk, wheat, yeast, sugar, soy, salt, eggs, artificial colors, binders, flavors, preservatives and fish derivatives

Do not refrigerate
Store in a cool dry place
Keep out of reach of children

This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease

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