- Glutathione has many important metabolic functions that are essential for cell health
- All cells in the human body are basically capable of producing glutathione - a property that is vital for liver function
- The body's own substance plays a major role in the transformation (biotransformation) of foreign substances. Glutathione usually makes them more water-soluble and can therefore be excreted more easily
- We get glutathione only from fresh foods (sprouts, asparagus) and meat in significant quantities. Supplemental vitamin C intake improves the ratio of oxidized and reduced glutathione, which is why a good level of vitamin C in the body is useful
- Glutathione is a critical regulator of oxidative stress and immune function
- Glutathione is involved in detoxification by binding to fat-soluble toxins, such as heavy metals, solvents and pesticides, and transforming them into a water-soluble form that can be excreted in the urine
- Glutathione plays an important role in the regeneration of vitamins C and E in the body
- Glutathione helps reduce free radicals in the body
|1 vegetarian capsule contains:% PDP *|
|L-glutathione (reduced)||150 mg||н / д|
* RDA =% of the reference values for the recommended daily intake according to EU No. 1169/2011. (RDA = recommended daily intake)
L-glutathione (red), cellulose filler, capsule shell vegetarian capsule (cellulose, water), antioxidant fatty acid ester of ascorbic acid
As a dietary supplement. Take 1 vegetarian capsule 1-2 times a day.
- Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
- Talk to your doctor before use if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, have an illness, or are taking any medications.
- Do not use as a substitute for a varied diet.
- Keep out of the reach of small children.
- Store in a cool, dark place