What is Glutathione (GSH)?

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If you’re reading this, odds are you have seen the term “Glutathione” (GSH) before. But how much do you know about this powerful antioxidant? Do you know that it has been touted as the “next big antioxidant” or “the master defender” by health professionals world wide? If not, listen up.

Glutathione offers countless benefits related to joints, eyes, the brain and lungs. Yet, market research suggests that fewer than 6% of consumers are familiar with it. How could this be?

GSH is the most prevalent antioxidant produced by the human body. Healthy cells actually produce Glutathione. When cells run out of GSH, they die! GSH production naturally declines with age. So, supplementation of this vital antioxidant is paramount.

Glutathione

  • Helps protect cells from the damage caused by harmful free radicals
  • Promotes detoxification and optimal cellular health
  • Supports a healthy liver and immune system

Glutathione deficiencies have been linked to many chronic, difficult to treat illnesses. (Here is your chance to start that online search we mentioned earlier!). In addition to its powerful effects inside the body, Glutathione has been used for decades all over the world to improve skin clarity, tone and texture.

A study published in the European Journal of Nutrition revealed that daily supplementation of Setria® Glutathione – the form of L-Glutathione used in Lypo-Spheric™ Glutathione – is effective at increasing body stores of Glutathione by 30-35% over a 6 month period.

It’s probably time for you to give Gluathione a try. With our 100% money back guarantee, what have you got to lose?

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

8 Responses to What is Glutathione (GSH)?

  1. Judy says:

    I bought some C which contained soy, which I can’t have. Do you have other products without soy lecithin? Also, do your products contain gluten?

    • Felipe Gonzales says:

      The Lypo-Spheric Vitamin C contains highly purified phospholipids that are made from Identity preserved, non-GMO soy lecithin, but it does not contain the whole form of soy lecithin. We do not currently offer any products with phospholipids from a source other than soy lecithin. All of the Lypo-Spheric products are gluten-free. Thank you for your comment.

  2. pat pocius says:

    will this supplement cross the blood/brain barrier?

    • Felipe Gonzales says:

      Due to the small size of the liposomes (average 200-300 nanometers), it is possibile that the Lypo-Spheric™ supplements will cross the blood/brain barrier. However, we have not yet conducted any studies to verify the Lypo-Spheric products will cross the blood/brain barrier.

  3. Trevin says:

    I recently was cured from chronic Hep-C, unfortunately I still have liver cirrhosis. Could taking a combination of lypo-C & lypo-(GSH) reverse or help regenerate a cirrhotic liver? I’m think around 4k milligrams of C, and 1k of GSH
    a day?

    • Felipe Gonzales says:

      We are so happy to hear about your recent freedom from Hep-C. Antioxidants like Vitamin C and Glutathione are certainly important to liver health. Unfortunately, we cannot provide you with any medical advice related to the use of the Lypo-Spheric supplements. We highly recommend discussing this with a healthcare provider. If you do not have a healthcare provider who is supportive of the use of dietary supplements, you may wish to find one through http://www.ACAM.org under the “Resources” tab.

  4. Malind says:

    What are the ingredients in your glutathione? I am comparing you with another company and both are being recommended to me by friends. Do your products contain nrf2 activators?

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