All health begins at the cellular level. If you keep your cells healthy, you stay healthy. Glutathione is the key to cellular health…
Herbert T. Nagasawa Ph.D.
Senior Editor of The Journal of Medicinal Chemistry for 32 years.
…the most powerful antioxidant that you you have never heard of. It’s one of the keys to fight off the diseases that you fear the most. It is called glutathione…
It’s the secret to prevent aging, cancer, heart disease, dementia and more, and necessary to treat everything from autism to Alzheimer’s disease…
Dr. Mark Hyman
Unfortunately our ability to produce sufficient glutathione declines as we age especially after the age of 40. This leads to an increase in oxidative stress levels which is very harmful to health and aging.
Not only does our toxic environment deplete our glutathione, but lifestyles including sleep deprivation are also glutathione depleting agents. (FDA website)
With 121,457 studies on glutathione in PubMed, its properties are inarguable. To put that number into perspective, all the other antioxidant studies total less than 90,000 with Vitamin C coming in second at around 46,000.
Based on these studies, there are over 70 diseases and/or conditions that can be improved by glutathione (GSH) enhancement.
This study shows that GSH levels decline with both oral & IV glutathione treatment.
- Oral glutathione is not bioavailable. That means it is does not get past the digestive system to get absorbed into the body.
- IV glutathione is available in “hangover” clinics in Las Vegas for $38. Although the glutathione molecule can be delivered intravenously, the molecule is too large to be absorbed by the cells to be useful.
- N-acetylcysteine (NAC) is used by most “hangover” products to enhance glutathione production. Riboceine has been proven to be 300% more effective without the side effects associated with NAC in quantities over 750 mg.
Significant Glutathione Studies
- Cancer is caused by oxidative stress…Dr. Ray Strand
- Effects of oral glutathione supplementation on systemic oxidative stress biomarkers in human volunteers.
- Oxidative stress in the brain leads to neurodegenerative diseases such as dementia, Alzheimer’s, & Parkinson’s: