Does Immunocal Make Glutathione On A Cellular Level?

I've been told that Immunocal gets glutathione into the bloodstream, but Immunocal doesn't make glutathione on a cellular level like MaxGXL does. Is this true?


Answer:

Actually, MaxGXL and Immunocal both make glutathione in basically the same way. They both supply a form of cysteine, the deficient amino acid in our diet, that the body uses to make glutathione on a cellular level. The body uses three amino acids ~ cysteine, glycine and glutamate ~ to make the protein called glutathione.

So Immunocal and MaxGXL are both effective in raising glutathione on a cellular level. The only difference is the form of cysteine supplied. MaxGXL uses the drug NAC, or N-acetyl-cysteine, and Immunocal uses natural bonded cysteine as is found in mother's breast milk and raw cow's milk.

You can learn more about the possible side effects of both forms of cysteine here, and you can learn more about the differences between MaxGXL and Immunocal here.

You can order Immunocal here.

Good health to you!

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