Glutathione - Is It Safe Before Pregnancy?
Hello, my query is about glutathione. I'm planning to have a baby this year, and would like to know if it is safe to inject glutathione before I get pregnant?
Note what Dr. Jimmy Gutman, world's leading expert on the subject of glutathione, has to say in his latest bestseller "Glutathione (GSH) - Your Key To Health" in his chapter on pregnancy, lactation, and childbirth:
"Glutathione's role in embryonic, fetal and placental development is crucial. It is constantly at work as a scavenger of free radicals
and as a detoxifying enzyme of dozens of foreign substances and toxins.
Without GSH, these substances can push the child towards an unnerving variety of developmental and health problems...Many common complications of pregnancy including high blood pressure, pre-eclampsia, and gestational diabetes, coincide with low glutathione levels. Decreased GSH can cause many difficulties in pregnancy. A great deal of research is being carried out using GSH enhancing strategies to combat these problems. There is already some success and much optimism."
Based on the foregoing, it is safe to assume that not only are glutathione injections safe before and during pregnancy, but are actually beneficial to both mother and fetus for the above mentioned reasons. Once your baby is born, when you breast feed, you continue to give your baby the building blocks for their own glutathione production through your breast milk.
You can learn more about the similarities between mother's breast milk and undenatured whey protein, which is another effective way to raise glutathione, here.
Immunocal is a safe and very effective undenatured whey protein for raising your glutathione levels.
You can order Immunocal here.
Good health to you!