LLG2 – Glutathione
- Setria® Glutathione
- Unflavoured & Unsweetened
- Phospholipids from sunflower
What's in the bottle?
Glutathione is a very simple molecule that is secreted by all the cells in the body. It is a combination of three amino acids — cysteine, glycine and glutamine. Despite glutathione being water soluble, it is still poorly bioavailable. In contrast, liposomal glutathione has been shown to not only increase blood levels of glutathione effectively and significantly, but also reduce oxidative stress markers and improve markers of immune function in healthy adults.
|Per 5ml serving
Ultra-Pure Water, Phospholipids (non GMO Sunflower, Lipoid), Reduced L-Glutathione (Setria®) Glycerol, Ethanol, Potassium sorbate (preservative), D-alpha-tocopherol (anti-oxidant)
Tastes best chilled. Shake before use, take up to 5ml per day or as professionally directed.
- GLUTEN FREE
- SOY FREE
- GMO FREE
- SUGAR FREE
What is liposomal glutathione used for?
Glutathione status within the cells is a very good indicator of overall health. Supplementing with liposomal glutathione ensures better bioavailability of a typically poorly absorbed nutrient. Known as the master antioxidant, glutathione is the body’s primary mechanism for neutralising free radicals.
Is reduced or liposomal glutathione better?
The reduced form of glutathione is the active state that is used in the body. A premium liposomal glutathione supplement will use the reduced form and this is the best way to increase glutathione within the body.
What is Setria® Glutathione?
Setria® Glutathione is L-Glutathione or Reduced Glutathione and is superior to other glutathione products on the market. It has been clinically studied and found to increase blood glutathione levels and support the immune system.
What is glutathione?
Glutathione is a substance made from the amino acids glycine, cysteine, and glutamic acid. It is produced by the liver although every cell has the capability of producing glutathione; however, its levels in the body can be reduced by a number of factors, including poor nutrition, environmental toxins, stress, and age.