Potent antioxidant, regulates metabolic processes
- Absorbable at cellular level
- Regulates metabolic function1
- Anti-inflammatory properties
- Assists detoxification
- Noticeable anti-aging effects
- Enhance blood health
Glutathione works within the cells as a potent antioxidant and regulates metabolic processes in the human body.2 Research links depletion of glutathione to every major aging process in the human body.
Because it has a very short lifespan in the blood and loses its ability to enter the cells, glutathione supplementation has been ineffective in the past, except by intravenous delivery. Wh
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Take 1 veggie capsule as often as three times daily or as directed by your physician. The recommended dosage for a 150lb adult is 300mg per day.
Ray & Terry’s Acetyl-Glutathione 100 count contains 100 veggie capsules per bottle, 60 count contains 60 veggie capsules per bottle, and 300mg 60 count contains 60 veggie capsules per bottle.
en taken by IV, glutathione has a strong influence on metabolism, but still dissipates quickly.
But acetyl-glutathione is well absorbed orally and assimilated by the cells. How? Amino acids must be escorted by a transport molecule to successfully infiltrate the cells. Acetyl-glutathione, which is produced in the liver, travels to the tissues unharmed because of its acetyl component.
Glutathione supports healthy cellular function and immunity. It helps maintain liver health and detoxifies the liver from reactive oxygen species.3,4 In addition, glutathione extends the lifespan of red blood cells, which increases blood count and provides strength to the body.5
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- Mizuno K. “Glutathione Biosynthesis via Activation of the Nuclear Factor E2-Related Factor 2 (Nrf2) – Antioxidant-Response Element (ARE) Pathway Is Essential for Neuroprotective Effects of Sulforaphane and 6-(Methylsulfinyl) Hexyl Isothiocyanate.” J Pharmacol Sci. 2011 Feb 24.
- Muriel P. “Role of free radicals in liver diseases.” Hepatol Int. 2009 Nov 26.
- Liang QN. “The difference of glutathione antioxidant system in newly weaned and young mice liver and its involvement in isoline-induced hepatotoxicity.” Arch Toxicol. 2011 Feb 16.
- “Comparative effects of silymarin and vitamin e supplementation on oxidative stress markers, and hemoglobin levels among patients on hemodialysis.” Roozbeh J. Ren Fail. 2011;33(2):118-23.