Like a flashlight battery, the power of antioxidants is found in their ability to supply a steady flow of electrons.
Glutathione is the master antioxidant due to its ability to recycle other antioxidants. Yet glutathione has many other uses.
When the body is young and healthy, the cells synthesize Glutathione from three amino acids — glutamate, cysteine and glycine (precursors). This synthesis is dependent upon both the presence of these precursors and the cell’s health status, making Glutathione production less reliable as the body ages. Physical and emotional stress, pathogens, free-radicals and other natural aging processes can also lead to Glutathione deficiencies. Research confirms boosting blood and intracellular levels of Glutathione provides a myriad of health-promoting benefits.*
Learn more about glutathione uses and its wide-ranging benefits of glutathione for the skin, liver, and overall cellular health.