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Glutathione is an antioxidant produced in cells. It’s comprised largely of 3 amino acids: glutamine, glycine and cysteine. Glutathione levels in the body may be reduced by a number of factors including poor nutrition, toxins, stress and age. In addition to being produced naturally by the body, glutathione can be given intravenously, topically, as an inhalant or orally in capsule and liquid form. However, oral ingestion of glutathione may not be as effective as IV delivery for some conditions. (Source: Healthline.com)
The Liver is the clearinghouse of toxic substances for your body, and is heavily concentrated with glutathione. Glutathione meets up with these toxins and deactivates them by either neutralizing them or flushing them out of the body.
Glutathione is considered the ‘food’ for your immune systems as it is responsible for regulating, producing, and activating the immune cells that help with fighting off bacteria, viruses, and other harmful foreigners in your body.
Glutathione modulates inflammatory markers by reducing the oxidative stress that is increased by exercise, diet, environmental toxins, and stress.
Glutathione assists with cleaning up acids that are produced in your body when you endure strenuous exercise. Glutathione is also significantly concentrated in your lungs and low levels of glutathione can impair functioning.
Glutathione protects the Mitochondria, the powerhouse of your body, from oxidative stress and helps the mitochondria stay healthier so they can produce energy.
As you age, the fatty tissues in your brain oxidize leading to a decline in your information-carrying capacity. Glutathione helps recharge the antioxidants that assist in balancing this oxidative stress.
Glutathione, often referred to as the Master Antioxidant, is a naturally occurring tri-peptide amino acid that is the second most abundant molecule in the body – the first is water! Glutathione is vital to your wellbeing because it supports cellular health and is your first line of defense in fighting free radicals and eliminating toxins from the body. Your supply of Glutathione affects immunity, detoxification, energy, aging, and your ability to guard against disease.
For two reasons. The first is that the production of glutathione slows down as the body ages, beginning in your twenties. The second is that most people are subjected to a lot of toxins. From the food we eat to the air we breathe, and the products we use, we are constantly bombarded with oxidative stress and environmental stressors. The greater the assault on your body, the greater the chance that you will max out your glutathione stores.
Viruses cause a lot of oxidative stress and are shown to reduce Glutathione levels. Glutathione is also responsible for regulating immune cells which are responsible for fighting off foreign invaders.
The majority of heart diseases start with bad cholesterol in the blood vessels. Glutathione protects the heart from cellular damage caused by oxidative stress, which is known to play a role in clogging the arteries.
Autoimmune diseases cause the affected cells to destroy their mitochondria, also known as the powerhouse of the cell. Glutathione is known to help stop mitochondria destruction and deflects the oxidative stress that exacerbates autoimmune diseases.
Diabetics are prone to high levels of oxidative stress due to deregulation of insulin syntheses. By reducing oxidative stress Glutathione can help prevent further damage to the body.
Cancer is on the long list of what oxidative stress can do to your body. Since Glutathione can help reduce oxidative stress and neutralize free radicals, it can help keep the secondary effects of cancer in check.
While there are many different metabolic abnormalities with autism, one factor is that autistic children are not able to detoxify well. Glutathione is known to help support detoxification.
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