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Liposomal Glutathione 30 Softgels

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Liposomal Glutathione supports antioxidant activity and detoxification, protein synthesis, enzyme function, cell maturation, and provides for increased utilization with its liposomal form.

Liposomal Glutathione offers advanced support for:

*Liver tissue protection

*Healthy fat metabolism

*Free radical damage

*Immune support

Glutathione, also referred to as GSH, is a tripeptide- glycine, cysteine and glutamic acid. 

Glutathione is a naturally occuring intracellular antioxidant found abundantly in nearly every cell in your body. This potent molecule plays such a crucial role in our bodies, it's even been dubbed "mother of all antioxidants". There is increasing awareness of it's utility in mitigating body toxin load.

Glutathione is a diverse nutrient that can be used as a nutritional supplement to support many areas of health – from the lungs to the liver and more. The Free Radical Theory of Aging mechanistically links oxidative stress to aging. 1

Known as the “Master Antioxidant,” its levels decrease as a result of aging, stress, and toxin exposure.

Because glutathione can be broken down rapidly in the digestive tract, it is important to select a glutathione supplement that is formulated to survive exposure to digestive enzymes and be well absorbed.

The liposomes surround each molecule and protect the core ingredients from the digestive system while increasing its transport and uptake by your cells.

Liposomal Glutathione More Effective

Clinical research aiming to improve glutathione concentration requires sufficient glutathione absorption and delivery.  Researchers turn to liposomal glutathione to achieve sustained bioavailability.

Results from two recent studies showed that liposomal nanoformulation absorption is more effective for raising blood glutathione levels in humans than non-liposomal glutathione. 1

Both studies report a very rapid decline in the bioavailability of non-liposome-encapsulated glutathione compared to liposomal glutathione.