Is it safe to take glutathione for those with thyroid problems?

Answer:


Taking oral glutathione can safely be done by all people, since it is destroyed in the gut and does not raise your glutathione. Is it safe? Yes. Will it raise your glutathione? No.

If you have thyroid problems, and you are taking medication for this, follow the medication directions carefully for spacing it out between food and beverages. If you wish to raise your glutathione levels, you must take the building blocks or precursors for your body to make it in your cells.

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To learn more about possible side effects when you raise your glutathione, click here.

All can safely be taken if you have thyroid problems, although you should check with your doctor first.

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