Glutathione, also known as GSH, is an internal antioxidant our bodies produce that is found in every cell of the body. It is made up of three amino acids:
cysteine, glycine, and glutamine. When these amino acids are consumed in our diets our bodies utilize them to make more glutathione. Glutathione breaks down nutrients such as carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. It also regulates your immune response and protects against oxidative stress like free radicals.
This vital antioxidant is the ultimate detoxifier and the conductor of our immune systems. The good news is that our bodies usually produce it; the bad news is that our body’s natural production wanes as we age. Our toxin-laden environment, stress, poor diet, booze, and medications all contribute to the depletion of our bodies’ glutathione stores. Low levels of glutathione make us susceptible to free radicals that cause cancers, infections, autoimmune diseases, asthma, and neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s, MS, and Alzheimer’s.
Benefits of Glutathione
- Breaks down nutrients.
- Supports liver detoxification.
- Boosts immune function.
- Supports peak mental and physical functions.
- Increases energy and reduces inflammation.
Why is supplementing Glutathione levels important?
Glutathione helps deactivate and flush out toxins in the liver. It also boosts immune function by feeding our immune system as it helps regulate and activate the viral and bacteria-fighting immune cells. Glutathione also supports peak mental and physical function. Research supports that Glutathione decreases muscle damage, improves recovery time, and supports the metabolism of less fat production to better muscle development. This can lead to an increase in energy and reduction of inflammation since glutathione protects the mitochondria of our cells from oxidative stress allowing them to continue producing energy efficiently.
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