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Glutathione deficiency symptons include, but are not limited to:
Chemical and infectious hepatitis
Chronic fatigue syndrome
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Low glutathione is also strongly implicated in wasting and negative nitrogen balance, as seen in cancer, AIDS, sepsis, trauma, burns and even athletic overtraining. Glutathione supplementation can oppose this process, and in AIDS, for example, result in improved survival rates.
Your Brain On Glutathione:
Glutathione is critically important to our brain as it is one of the most important brain antioxidants. Glutathione helps preserve brain tissue by preventing damage from free radicals (acids).Some well-known causes of glutathione depletion:1) Acidic lifestyle and diet
2) Air and Water pollution
3) Prescription and recreational drugs
4) Ultraviolet and Radiation from cells phones, computers, electrical cars, power lines, hair dryers, etc.
5) Emotional and physical stress
6) Injury, trauma or burns
7) Heavy metals
8) Cigarette smoke
9) Household chemicals
10) Acetaminophen poisoning
11) Exhaust from motor vehicles
12) Septic shock
All of these above factors lead to a build up of acidic toxins that cause the loss of glutathione as a non-nutritive buffer leading to cellular aging, disease and finally death.
Raising GSH levels through direct supplementation of glutathione is difficult. Research suggests that glutathione taken orally is not well absorbed across the gastrointestinal tract.
How Glutathione works and why you need it:
Controling Parkinson's disease with Glutathione:
Remember - You cannot get enough Glutathione through supplements. The body cannot absorb the pills or powder. Only through the method of liposomal can you get the necessary amounts into the body.
Unfortunately there is no USDA recommended daily allowance. But supplemental data recommends 100 mgs -500 mgs. This would be 1/2 oz (500 mgs) 1 times per day of liposomal Glutathione.
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