Is it safe to take glutathione supplements even if I have seborrhea?
I'm planning of purchasing ph338 glutathione this week. And my seborrheic dermatitis is not that worse.
I am not sure what ph338 glutathione is, but if it is oral glutathione, studies show that it will be destroyed in your gut and will not raise your glutathione levels.
If you would like to raise glutathione, you need to take the building blocks for it. The best studied building blocks are with forms of cysteine. Bonded cysteine as in Immunocal has been thoroughly studied, and is safe and effective in raising glutathione levels.
Dr. Jimmy Gutman is the world's most published author on the topic of glutathione, and in his bestseller, "Glutathione - Your Key To Health", he states that "Low levels of GSH (glutathione) have been documented in many types of skin disease, including seborrheic dermatitis."
For the benefit of our readers, here is the full chart of skin diseases that Dr. Gutman indicates are marked by low levels of glutathione in the Table on page 191:
So raising your glutathione may indeed help with your condition, and it would be safe for you to do so.
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Immunocal is the most effective, safe, and natural way to raise and sustain your glutathione.
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