What conditions or problems is glutathione used for?
Glutathione enhancement is for those with insufficient glutathione levels.
The best way to raise your glutathione levels is not with a glutathione pill, but with the building blocks like Immunocal, which contains one of the amino acids your body needs to make it.
What conditions may you want to do this for? The following information from the Doctor's Drug Book listing for Immunocal may be helpful:
"IMMUNOCAL® is a natural food supplement and as such is limited from stating medical claims per se. Statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. As such, this product is thus not intended to diagnose, cure, prevent or treat any disease.
Glutathione augmentation is a strategy developed to address states of glutathione deficiency, high oxidative stress, immune deficiency, and xenobiotic overload in which glutathione plays a part in the detoxification of the xenobiotic in question. Glutathione deficiency states include, but are not limited to: HIV/AIDS, chemical and infectious hepatitis, prostate and other cancers, cataracts, Alzheimer's, Parkinsons, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, asthma, radiation poisoning, malnutritive states, arduous physical stress, aging, and has been associated with sub-optimal immune response. Many clinical pathologies are associated with oxidative stress and are elaborated upon in numerous medical references.
Low glutathione is also strongly implicated in wasting and negative nitrogen balance (Droge and Holm, 1997), notably as seen in cancer, AIDS, sepsis, trauma, burns and even athletic overtraining. Glutathione supplementation can oppose this process and in AIDS, for example, result in improved survival rates (Herzenberg et al, 1997)."
So if you suffer from oxidative stress, which everyone does, or any of these other conditions, raising your glutathione levels will be beneficial to you.
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Immunocal is the most effective, safe, and natural way to raise and sustain your glutathione.
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