Check out this link authored by Michelle Corey to find out why Methylation is important and how it and Glutathione play a critical role in keeping you immune system ticking like clockwork. https://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-18245/methylation-why-it-matters-for-your-immunity-inflammation-more.html You will also see mentioned, Curcumin, Selenium, Lipoic Acid and more. All of these are in MAX products along with bio-available precursors… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Glutathione = Health
Red Blood Cells can only attract Oxygen when charged by Glutathione. Blood starved of Oxygen results in extreme fatigue. Raising Glutathione quickly reverses that.
Glutathione is the sole protector of your immune cells allowing them to reproduce explosively when needed. This includes killer “T” cells (a subtype of white blood cell that plays a central role in cell-mediated immunity – Wikepedia) and Macrophages (a type of white blood cell that engulfs and digests cellular debris, foreign substances, microbes, cancer… Read more »
Glutathione is the primary synthesizing agent for Proteins.
Most Anti-Oxidants neutralize a few specific Free Radicals but Glutathione can neutralize, repair or remove all Free Radicals.
Glutathione can recycle itself up to 300,000 times.
Important Vitamins such as C & E can only be used when Glutathione is present. Glutathione is able top recycle vitamins 3-5 times.
Glutathione is the sole synthesizing agent for all Anti-Oxidants. Anti-Oxidants like Vitamins E and C require Glutathione to be present in order to become functional.
Glutathione is the primary detoxifier of your cells. It is like fly paper for chemicals and heavy metals, changing them from fat soluble to water soluble for removal through the liver and kidneys
Glutathione protects your DNA and its Telomeres from Chemical Toxins, Heavy Metals and Radiation. DNA is the code that describes what every cell is and what is does. It is the blueprint of YOU. Telomeres are like the tips of your shoelaces and keep your DNA from unravelling or becoming damaged. Every time a cell… Read more »