What is Glutathione?
Dr. Purser shares facts about glutathione. Learn about tripeptide amino acids. Discover information on glutathione from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Learn the definition of VARS (Validated, Absorbable, Reduced, and Stable) and why glutathione needs to have all these to work properly. Explore the antioxidant similarities of glutathione to Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) such as antiviral properties, blood vessel health, bone health, and support of hormone production.
Learn how CD4 and CD8 T-killer white blood cells rely on glutathione to provide immunity and remove viruses, toxins, and lactic acid from the body. Learn how Metallothionein requires glutathione to complete the functioning molecule that removes heavy metals from the bloodstream.
Discover how viruses such as HIV, Shingles, Herpes, EBV, and Hepatitis can affect your ability to naturally produce glutathione. Dr. Purser also explains why processes such as aging and genetic errors (FUT2, GAD2, NAD, GTSP1, GXP1, etc.) inhibit ability to naturally produce reduced glutathione.
Learn about the relationship of oxidized GSSH and reduced GSH. Discover how glutathione may help with conditions such as burns, neuropathy, shingles, inflammation, rheumatoid arthritis, and osteoarthritis.
Learn how glutathione inhibits the oxidation of cholesterol into plaque in arteries, protecting from heart attack, stroke, and coronary artery disease. Discover how glutathione helps with kidney disease and chronic renal failure by removing toxins from nephrons within the kidneys and stimulating new nephron growth. Explore the mental clarity benefits of glutathione.
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