Will Glutathione help me if I recently had a mild stroke?

by John

I recently had a mild stroke, and I would like to know if your program will help me return to normal?

Thank you for your excellent question. It may, but I will explain how and why here. Much depends on the extent of damage you have already suffered.

Stroke and heart disease are leading killers in our country, so if you suffered from a stroke and you are still with us, I want to say congratulations, you dodged a bullet. We would like to keep you around for a very long time. Now you want to make sure this doesn't happen again.

Many that suffer from stroke are also dealing with underlying issues that lead up to the event- such as lipid peroxidation, or oxidation of fats, resulting buildup of arterial plaque, manifested as high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and sometimes health complications such as diabetes or being overweight or obese as well.

Glutathione precursor is designed to do one thing- and that one thing is to raise your glutathione levels.

Will raising and sustaining your glutathione levels help you to return to normal if you are dealing with one or more of these conditions?


My reason for saying this is because glutathione has an impact on all of the underlying conditions that I mentioned that play a role in leading up to an individual suffering a stroke.

So by taking Glutathione Precursor on a daily basis, for the rest of your life, you can begin to reverse the damage that has been done to your body on a cellular level. The degree of damage that is irreversible depends on the severity of your stroke, but taking Immunocal every day along with making other lifestyle changes will go a long way towards making sure your health improves to a significant degree- and help to ensure that this doesn't happen to you again.

It is always a good idea to maintain a healthy weight, get regular exercise as you are able, eat nutritiously, supplement regularly, drink plenty of fresh water, and get proper rest and sleep as well.

You can learn more at the links below:



Glutathione and High Cholesterol

Glutathione and Arteriosclerosis

Dosage information can be found here.

Once you know how much you should take, you can order Immunocal here.

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