Can glutathione treat tuberculosis?

Answer:


As of today, if you go to pubmed.gov, and type in "tuberculosis glutathione", you will find 170 results.

This shows only that glutathione and tuberculosis have a connection in 141 published medical studies, but does not necessarily prove that glutathione can treat tuberculosis.

Tuberculosis is an infectious disease caused by a mycobacteria. Glutathione is anti-bacterial, and also optimizes immune function. So having high glutathione levels can improve your chances of fighting off the deadly bacteria that cause tuberculosis in the first place.

With antibiotic resistant strains of tuberculosis on the rise, it is very important to keep your glutathione and immune function high to prevent infection in the first place.

Glutathione is food for your immune system. It promotes the monoclonal expansion of white blood cells, which means they multiply to fight off all foreign invaders, and that is a very good thing.

You can learn more about glutathione and your immune system here.

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