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TopicHow to Increase Glutathione Levels the Safe Way

  • Sat 3rd Nov 2018 - 11:43am

    Glutathione is clearly understood to be the most powerful antioxidant known to the human body. Thus, GRS Ultra it is commonly referred to as "The Master Antioxidant". When our Glutathione levels are deficient, we become much more vulnerable to pathogens, toxins, cellular damage, carcinogens (cancer causing agents), radiation, and virtually every other threat known.

    So what is this critical compound called Glutathione? We're going to talk a little bio-chemistry science here, but I'll keep it as simple as possible so please try not to fall asleep.

    First we need to understand that the building blocks for all living plants and animals are amino acids. There are twenty amino acids that support all life on the planet.

    Glutathione is a tri-peptide (very small protein), which means it is made from three specific amino acids: Glycine, Glutamic Acid, and the all-important Cysteine. Glutathione is the general term used to describe Glutathione Sulfhydryl (GSH).

    Gluathione is produced within the cell from these three amino acids. Of these three, Cysteine is the most important because its availability is what determines how much Glutathione your body can produce. Unfortunately, a quality source of naturally occurring Cysteine is absent or deficient in many diets.

    In fact, one scientist has proposed the idea that aging is largely due to a simple deficiency of this one key amino acid - Cysteine.

    When the body experiences a deficiency of Cysteine, your cells cannot produce adequate levels of Glutathione. This causes a greater degree of cellular oxidation, a decline in health, accelerated aging, accumulation of toxins, and less protection from disease.

    However, when levels are maintained or elevated, Glutathione wonderfully performs its metabolic functions as follows:

     

    • Improved immune response
    • Elimination of toxins and carcinogens
    • Antioxidant cell protection
    • Protection against radiation
    • DNA synthesis and repair
    • Amino acid transport
    • Enzyme activation and regulation
    • Protein, Prostaglandin, and Leukotriene synthesis

     

    What Does All This Mean?

    To put it simply, Glutathione performs three major roles in the body:

    Antioxidant:

    Glutathione is clearly understood to be the most powerful antioxidant known to the human body. Thus, it is commonly referred to as "The Master Antioxidant".

    In fact, the effectiveness of other well known antioxidants like Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Lipoic Acid, and Selenium depends on the presence of Glutathione. All of these antioxidants work synergistically together with Glutathione at center stage. Ultimately, it is Glutathione that neutralizes the free radicals and allows the other antioxidants to be recycled back onto the battleground.

    Detoxifier:

    The Glutathione enzyme system helps eliminate numerous toxins from the body including pollutants, heavy metals like mercury and lead, carcinogens, radiation damage, and drug metabolites.

    Glutathione's highest concentration is in the liver, the body's primary detoxification organ. Studies have shown that low levels of Glutathione lead to poor liver function. When the liver suffers, the entire body suffers from an increased toxin load.

     



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