Support Your Body's Natural Detoxification Processes with LipoCeutical™ Glutathione
|Glutathione is a string of three amino acids made by all cells in your body. The important form is called "reduced glutathione" or GSH. Reduced glutathione can support the body's natural detoxification processes. The problem with taking reduced glutathione orally is that it can be deactivated by the enzymes in the GI tract. Liposomal technology has changed all that.|
The manufacturers of LipoCeutical™ Glutathione place GSH into tiny nanosize spheres called liposomes, which are absorbed readily in to the body. The outer portion of the liposome is fat soluble and the inner portion is water soluble.
Using this technology, human studies have shown over a 90% absorption rate compared to as low as 20% with some forms of glutathione. The patent pending process also helps extend the shelf-life of the glutathione.
|What Exactly are Liposomes?|
|Liposomes are small liquid bubbles (about 1/2 the size of a human hair) also called vesicles. They have a fat-soluble exterior and an interior that is watery. Because the exterior is made of the same type of material as our cell membranes, liposomes penetrate mucosal tissues allowing for rapid release into the blood stream. The watery interior can combine with water soluble materials such as glutathione.|
|Glutathione is essential for human health and has a wide range of applications, including:|
LipoCeutical™ Glutathione contains: Reduced l-glutathione, purified water, lecithin, glycerin, and potassium sorbate.
The liposomes used in LipoCeutical Glutathione are derived from lecithin. The lecithin is derived from oil (not protein) extracted from soy, so there is a low, but possible, chance of immune reaction to this product. Glycerin, also known as glycerol, is used as a sweetener and as a preservative. Glycerol is a normal lproduct of fat metabolism and is readily converted to glucose for metabolism. It supports the stability of the liposomes and allows for the extended shelf life.
Potassium sorbate is the other preservative and is present to prevent yeast and mold growth. It is a form of sorbic acid, a naturally occuring fatty acid, which easily metabolized by the body. It is used in preserving wine, baked goods and cheese. It is less than 0.25% of this product.
|Take 1 teaspoon orally. Gently shake the bottle before using the first time. After that just rock the bottle back and forth. Liposomes tend to cluster together, so sometimes you may see small golden or orange flecks. The best time to take it is in the morning on an empty stomach. It can be taken "straight" or mixed in water or juice. Stir and drink immediately. If desired, another serving may be taken later in the day, between meals.|
|Why does it smell like sulfur?|
|Liposomal glutathione smells like sulfur because glutathione smells like sulfur. It tastes better than it smells! Mixing it in even 6 ounces of water greatly reduces the sulfur taste. If you want to mask it almost completely, mix with orange juice - this works great for kids!|
|Glutathione as an antioxidant!|
Glutathione, with its inflammation response support properties, is considered a "key antioxidant" in the functioning of cells. Antioxidant means it helps prevent oxidative stress. Every cell in your body makes glutathione, but because your liver is involved in detoxification, it makes 7 times more glutathione than other cells/organs. There are two chemicals in particular which deplete glutathione levels: alcohol and acetaminophen.
LipoCeutical Glutathione is made in the USA at a cGMP and FDA approved facility.
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