Antioxidants Dietary Nutrients
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Glutathione is a biochemically integrated, essential “fact of life” in all of the life processes, such “error-free” cell division, movement, defense, incorporation of outside materials into new cells, etc.
Glutathione is the “pillar of Life, as we know it”.
Glutathione is a tripeptide consisting of three amino acids: glutamate, cysteine, and glycine. It is found to varying degrees in all cells, tissues, body fluids, and organ systems.
Glutathione is recognized as the great protector. Without glutathione, each cell would become so ravaged by free radicals that it would disintegrate. The lack of Glutathione would also negatively affect the liver and immune system. By fighting free radicals, Glutathione supports the liver so it can carry out its job of detoxifying the body. Likewise, preventing free radical damage also helps promote a healthy immune system.
Our bodies obtain glutathione in two ways:
From the foods we eat, from our own internal production.
Because of the body's ability to make Glutathione, it is not considered an "essential" nutrient. Under some conditions, though, the body's need for glutathione is outpaced by its ability to produce it.
Glutathione is the most powerful, the most versatile and the most important part of the body's self-generated "Molecular Regulators".
Cell Glutathione levels typically drop as we age and the result is a gradual decline in the Imune Function.
Free radical damage affects how well we age. As the body's "Master Antioxidant", Glutathione protects cells against free radical damage, thereby supporting the normal functioning of tissues and organs. Glutathione also plays a key role in detoxification and fortifies the immune system. Not surprisingly, over 80,000 published studies have shown that Glutathione plays a central role in good health:
High Glutathione levels appear to be associated with a long lifespan.
Higher levels of Glutathione and/or higher dietary intake of Glutathione is associated with a healther heart, eyes, colon and more.
Among older individuals, higher Glutathione status appear to be associated with multiple measures of good health, including cholesterol, body mass index, blood pressure, blood sugar, and self-ratings of overall health.
Glutathione is at its lowest level in the morning and should be replenished daily through a healthy diet or supplementation.