- Liposomal Glutathione is a supplement that provides you with highly absorbable antioxidants.
- Liposomal means that a substance is contained within tiny fat particles which mean it is easier to uptake into the body, and Glutathione is one of the strongest antioxidants in the body.
- Antioxidants, such as Glutathione, are vital to the body as they reduce damage to the body from what is known as ‘oxidative stress’. We are exposed to oxidative stress frequently in daily life, from toxins in the air to doing intense physical training.
- The liposomal process makes this product better than other glutathione supplements because the liposomes protect the glutathione from being broken down in the stomach and this means the glutathione gets effectively absorbed. Think of liposomes as an Uber Taxi for glutathione to get into the body.
Key Ingredients and Benefits
- Glutathione has numerous benefits, an important one to note would be preventing liver disease, especially fatty liver disease from previous excessive alcohol consumption, glutathione is important for the liver to function properly and be protected.
- Improving your antioxidant levels would help to reduce chronic inflammation, this will ultimately lead to better fat loss, organ health and joint health. It is important for brain and heart health to reduce oxidative stress and inflammation so that the cells of these organs are in the best condition possible to function well. Liposomal glutathione would be good for a healthy ageing process because of this.
- This would be a supplement for anyone looking to support their liver, heart and brain, through an adequate supply of antioxidants to prevent cell damage. From fatty liver disease to atherosclerosis, to Parkinson’s disease there is the effective use of glutathione. It would also be a good consideration for healthy ageing.
Recommended Usage and Guidelines
This supplement comes in liquid form, the suggested dose is 1mL (2 pumps), though this might vary depending on your individual health, so if you need specific advice please consult a practitioner.