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Scientists actually call glutathione (GSH) "the most famous natural antioxidant," but we still wouldn’t blame you if you’ve never heard of it! You can get less-famous antioxidants by eating fresh fruits and veggies, but GSH is created by your liver. It plays a role in building and repairing tissue and in making chemicals and proteins needed by the immune system, and it’s thought to be anti-aging. Not surprisingly, GSH levels can drop when you’re fighting off a chronic illness or infection, and that affects the body’s ability to function. That’s where supplemental GSH comes in.

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Glorious Glutathione: How One Antioxidant Can Help Everything from Parkinson’s Disease to Autism, Asthma, Chronic Fatigue, Lyme Disease, Diabetes and Heart Disease

Glutathione - It's our bodies' most powerful water soluble antioxidant. It helps our liver remove toxins, it's found within almost every cell, and it's a nontoxic treatment being studied even by mainstream medicine these days for it's wide ranging applications. Low Glutathione levels are found in numerous disorders and conditions. These low levels mean less ability to neutralize free radicals, lower immune function, increased inflammation, and less ability to clear heavy (toxic) metals from the body. The list of conditions Glutathione has been shown to benefit includes Parkinson's, lyme disease, asthma, cystic fibrosis, infections, COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease), emphysema, heart health, alzheimers, CFS (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome), ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease), Diabetes, Ehlers-Danlos Disease, autism, hepatitis, and other chronic diseases. Glutathione is also beneficial to the entire central nervous system, and other more commonly known "All Star" antioxidants such as vitamin C and E depend on it. Dr. Calapai illustrates current studies and research as well as shares some success stories of his own with patients. Glutathione treatments are available by IV drip and transdermal application. Healthy individuals can also benefit from increased levels and he explains how they can be raised by supplementing the building blocks of Glutathione to maintain protective levels as we age.

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