I would like to know if glutathione can help with Parkinson's Disease.
Parkinson's Disease is a neurological disorder characterized by muscular tremors, stiffness, and weakness, resulting in slow movement and a shuffling gait.
So your question may be more specifically, "Can raising glutathione levels help to relieve the symptoms of Parkinson's Disease?"
Yes. Parkinson's Disease is defined as a glutathione deficient state. Glutathione augmentation addresses this type of deficiency.
Additionally, Dr. Jimmy Gutman has written several bestsellers on the topic of glutathione. In Chapter 7 of his book, "Glutathione- Your Key to Health", he points to the role of oxidative stress in Parkinson's Disease, and that raising glutathione levels can have positive effects on patients suffering from this ailment.
You can pick up a copy of Dr. Gutman's book which delves further into this and all topics related to glutathione here.
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