Glutathione Reduced the Thickness of One of His Cataracts
Can raising glutathione (GSH) help someone whose vision is affected by cataracts?
Read Edgar's story. He loved to paint, but his cataracts affected his work. Find out how raising his glutathione helped him here:
The following case study is taken from Dr. Jimmy Gutman's latest bestseller- "Glutathione - Your Key to Health", page 153-154:
"Edgar loved to paint. Now retired, he could pursue this hobby full-time if he so pleased. Over the previous years, his wife had commented that the color in his landscapes was too loud. At first he did not believe he had changed his techniques, but a side-by-side comparison with earlier works proved him wrong. Still, he felt the colors in previous paintings were "weak."
A routine check revealed cataracts. One eye required surgery, the other was "not yet ripe." After surgery he eventually recovered excellent vision, but post-operative complications left him hesitant about having the same treatment on the other eye.
His wife did some homework, learning about glutathione and cataracts. She started him on selenium and alpha lipoic acid. One year later, his ophthalmologist was baffled by the unusual observation that the cataract was less dense."
Edgar's wife learned that a healthy eyeball is very high in glutathione. An unhealthy eyeball, or one with cataracts, is an oxidized eyeball, or an eyeball that has been affected by oxidative stress. An oxidized eyeball is low in glutathione.
By giving Edgar selenium and alpha lipoic acid, which are known to raise glutathione, she was able to raise glutathione throughout his body, including his eyes, and as a result, the cataract began to diminish in its thickness.
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