Glutathione Assists With Alzheimer's Disease
Can glutathione help someone suffering from Alzheimer's disease?
Read Max's story, who had to be institutionalized for his condition, and what helped him here:
The following case history is taken from Dr. Jimmy Gutman's latest bestseller- "Glutathione - Your Key to Health", page 87:
"Despite excellent care at home, Max eventually had to be institutionalized for his Alzheimer's disease. His 78-year old wife's arthritis and heart disease left her unable to give him the high-maintenance care he needed. Previously a gregarious salesman who loved to tell a joke, in his present condition he was even unaware of who was in the room.
His history of smoking one to two packs a day left him with chronic bronchitis, requiring frequent inhalation therapy. To treat his ever-thickening secretions, the respiratory therapist started using Mucomyst (N-acetylcysteine - a GSH-promoting drug). After several weeks on the Mucomyst, Max began to smile when his wife entered his room and was visibly please by her visits."
Mucomyst, which contains NAC or N-acetylcysteine, is effective in raising glutathione.
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