Can Glutathione help with Psoriasis?
There is evidence to show that glutathione (GSH) may help with psoriasis and other skin conditions.
Notice what Dr. Jimmy Gutman has to say about psoriasis in his latest bestseller " Glutathione - Your Key To Health" on page 192:
"Psoriasis is a common, chronic recurrent skin condition characterized by scaly white or red patches of skin on the legs, knees, arms, elbows, ears, scalp or back. It may consist of one or two inconspicuous small patches or cover the whole body. This can affect the joints and occasionally even lead to disabling arthritis...
Psoriasis patients suffer from abnormal glutathione enzyme activities, and researchers have linked the disease to high levels of free radicals. Lowered GSH activity results in greater damage. The clinical results of raising GSH in this disease are promising and more studies are underway...
Low glutathione levels characterize many skin diseases. Practical applications with GSH-raising substances have been studied in the treatment of several diseases. There has been success in some but not all cases of psoriasis. This may reflect the multiple and various causes of this disease. Many of the diseases that fall under the very general definition of dermatitis may be positively affected by raised glutathione levels. GSH is of extreme importance as a protective agent against ultraviolet radiation of the sun."
You may enjoy reading 44 year-old Roland's story. He suffered from psoriasis for 10 years, and you can read how raising his glutathione helped his psoriasis here.
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