I have HPV, ( or Genital Human Papilloma Virus), with moderate to severe cervical dysplasia. What would my dose be daily? I am a 40 yr. old African American.
Taking Glutathione Precursor will assist with both conditions. Here is the how and why:
Glutathione provides the food you need for your white blood cells to multiply, thereby keeping your immune system strong. Glutathione is food for your immune system. When your immune system is strong, it has what it needs to destroy any foreign pathogen, whether it be viral, as is the case here, or fungal, bacterial, or other. So from that standpoint, Glutathione Precursor will be beneficial in helping your immune system to fight the HPV since it is viral in nature.
Regarding cervical dysplasia, I did some research online at PubMed. Here, it indicates that " Without treatment, severe cervical dysplasia may develop invasive cancer. It can take 10 or more years for cervical dysplasia to develop into cancer. The risk of cancer is lower for mild dysplasia."
Since your case is moderate to severe, you would also find Glutsthione Precursor helpful in its ability to raise glutathione with a view to its antioxidant properties. Because of the oxidative stress associated with cancer, raising your glutathione is also a very good approach with a view to preventing cancer. There are some other treatments advocated at the above website as well. Glutathione Precursor may be taken in conjunction with any of these recommended treatments.
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The dosage for a healthy adult over 40 is one to two pouches a day, so I would recommend taking two pouches per day to assist with your glutathione enhancement, since you are dealing with a specific health challenge. That would mean buying 2 boxes of Glutathione Precursor per month.
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