Glutathione: Anti aging- Detox - Immunity

Glutathione: Anti aging- Detox - Immunity

Liposomal Nano Glutathione 50nm (Delicious all natural raspberry flavor) 


Dr. Bruce Ames: "Glutathione is most abundant in the cell with intracellular concentrations of 10mM". (It goes dow with age. Age 50 less than 50% and age 65 approx. 15%)

NIH: Glutathione plays a crucial role in shielding cellular macromolecules from endogenous and exogenous reactive oxygen and nitrogen species. While it directly quenches some free radicals, of perhaps greater importance is that it deals directly with the causes of oxidative stress such as mercury and POPs.

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Liposomal Nano Glutathione 50nm 

  • Glutathione in liposomes (double-walled micelles)

  • Glutathione Increased by 804%!

  • No sulfur flavor and no sulfur smell *

  • Water in this product exceeds hospitals' USP specifications required for water injection 

Why is it essential to load up your Glutathione after age 40?

"Glutathione goes down with age and is most abundant in the cell at a young age"
(Bruce Ames Ph.D. researcher explains in 45 seconds video)

According to biologists Ron Sender and Ron Milo of the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel, your body replaces around 330 billion cells per day. At that rate, your body is making over 3.8 million new cells every second.

Dr. Mark Hyman Says: “Glutathione is connected to every cell in the body"

Dr. Hyman continues

“For those who have chronic Fatigue, Heart disease, Cancer, Chronic Infections, Autoimmune disease, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson's, Arthritis, Asthma, Kidney problems, Liver diseases, you name it. If you are very sick, you most likely have a Glutathione Deficiency.

NIH: Among molecules fighting against oxidative stress, glutathione is involved in many antioxidant pathways. Literature supports that oxidative stress may trigger a compensatory "hormetic" response increasing glutathione levels and telomere length.

NIH: Another way glutathione protects cells from oxidants is through recycling of vitamins C and E .

How to use glutathione? (Dr. Berg briefly explains)


Phospholipids are a class of lipids whose molecule has a hydrophilic "head" containing a phosphate group and two hydrophobic "tails" derived from fatty acids, joined by an alcohol residue. Marine phospholipids typically have omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA integrated as part of the phospholipid molecule.

Glutathione directly scavenges diverse oxidants: superoxide anion, hydroxyl radical, nitric oxide, and carbon radicals. Glutathione catalytically detoxifies: hydroperoxides, peroxynitrites, and lipid peroxides. Another way glutathione protects cells from oxidants is through recycling of vitamins C and E as shown in Figure 4.

NIH Continues
Table 2
Diseases Associated with GSH Depletion
  • Neurodegenerative disorders (Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and Huntington’s diseases, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Friedreich’s ataxia)
  • Pulmonary disease (COPD, asthma, and acute respiratory distress syndrome)
  • Immune diseases (HIV, autoimmune disease)
  • Cardiovascular diseases (hypertension, myocardial infarction, cholesterol oxidation)
  • Chronic age-related diseases (cataracts, macular degeneration, hearing impairment, and glaucoma)
  • Liver disease
  • Cystic fibrosis
  • Aging process itself

GSH depletion has been strongly associated with the diseases and loss of function with aging. A representative study of community-dwelling elderly found that higher glutathione levels were associated with higher levels of physical health, fewer illnesses, and higher levels of self-rated health. As might be expected, then, GSH status has been found to parallel telomerase activity, an important indicator of lifespan. This depletion of GSH also shows up as progressive loss of mitochondrial function due to accumulation of damage to mtDNA. The ability of animal species to protect their mtDNA is directly proportional to longevity.

GGT (gamma-glutamyl transferase) is upregulated in proportion to the need for glutathione such as for the detoxification of POPs. It provides the rate-limiting cysteine through a catabolic “salvage pathway.” Increases in GGT correlate with many diseases: metabolic syndrome, both fatal and nonfatal coronary heart disease (CHD) events, atherosclerosis, fatty liver, diabetes, cancer, hypertension, and carotid intima-media thickness. Of particular note, these are elevations of GGT within the supposedly “normal” range. For example, men with a GGT of 40 to 50 have a 20-fold increased risk of diabetes. Research also shows a GGT 30 to 40—well within the normal range—is associated with a doubling of the risk of all-cause mortality. (For a more comprehensive discussion of the remarkable correlations between GGT and disease risks, please see my editorial in IMCJ 8.3).



Reduced glutathione (GSH) is an essential non-enzymatic antioxidant in mammalian cells. GSH can act directly as an antioxidant to protect cells against free radicals and pro-oxidants, and as a cofactor for antioxidant and detoxification enzymes such as glutathione peroxidases, glutathione S-transferases, and glyoxalases. Glutathione peroxidases detoxify peroxides by a reaction that is coupled to GSH oxidation to glutathione disulfide (GSSG). GSSG is converted back to GSH by glutathione reductase and cofactor NADPH. GSH can regenerate vitamin E following detoxification reactions of vitamin E with lipid peroxyl radicals (LOO). GSH is a cofactor for GST during detoxification of electrophilic substances and xenobiotics. Dicarbonyl stress induced by methylglyoxal and glyoxal is alleviated by glyoxalase enzymes and GSH. GSH regulates redox signaling through reversible oxidation of critical protein cysteine residues by S-glutathionylation. GSH is involved in other cellular processes such as protein folding, protecting protein thiols from oxidation and crosslinking, degradation of proteins with disulfide bonds, cell cycle regulation and proliferation, ascorbate metabolism, apoptosis and ferroptosis.

Cell death occurs when oxygen is cut from the system and from 30 seconds to 210 seconds brain cells start to die or become irreparably damaged.

Glutathione: The "mother" of all antioxidants..

Dr. Mark Hyman said;
Why is here 76000 medical articles about Glutathione and your doctor doesn’t know anything about it?

It's the mother of all antioxidant and the master, detoxifier and the mystery of the immune system : Good news that you Body produces its own Glutathione, But the bad news is, our poor diet, medications, toxins, stress, trauma, and infections, All deplete your body Glutathione Levels and this leaves you suitable to uncertainty cell disintegration from Oxidative stress and free radicals to infections and cancer and the liver gets over loaded making it damage THUS Unable to do its job of detoxification. Dr. Hyman Continues to say: In treating chronically ill patients using functional Medison for the last 10 years, I’ve found the Glutathione deficiency is found in nearly all of my very ill patients. This who have chronic Fatigue, Heart disease, Cancer, Chronic Infections, Auto Immune disease, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson, Arthritis, Asthma, Kidney problems, Liver diseases, you name it. If you are very sick, you likely have a Glutathione Deficiency.  At first I thought this was quinsedental but over the years I come to realize that our ability to produce and maintain a high level of this Glutathione Molecule in our bodies is critical to recover nearly from all Chronic illness, prevent diseases, maintain optimal health and performance. So as the author of 76000 medical articles on Glutathione. OK, What’s Glutathione? What does it do for us? How can we get more of it? Its very simple Molecule. Its produced naturally in the body. It's a combination of three simple building block called Amino Acid,  Cysteine, , Glycine, and Glutamine. The fact is we all evolved in the time before there was 80,000 toxic industrial chemicals were introduced to our world, before elector magnetic radiation, before we bolted our lakes, rivers and skies and ocean’s with Mercury and Lead and who knew we’d be poisoning our self’s and will be eating a processed nutrition depleted diet and that’s more than half of the population are missing  GSTM1 Function and can’t get ready of toxins in their bodies…Nearly all my sick patients including me Why I switch explained why I became mercury poisoned suffering from Chronic fatigue are missing this Particular GENE GSTM1. So why is glutathione SO IMPORTANT? It recycles all the Antioxidant in the body and help us deal with Free Radicals. Free radicals gets passed around from Vitamin C, then to E then Lipoic Acid and finally reaches Glutathione which cools it off and recycle the other Antioxidant. Then the body can reduce or regenerate another Glutathione molecule and we’re back in business. The problem accurse when we have too much free radicals / oxidative stress or too many toxins, Then Glutathione becomes depleted leading us to terrible illness. We can no longer protect our self’s against free radicals, infections, Cancer and we can’t get ready of toxins and this leads to further accumulation of toxins and more illness. Glutathione is also critical in helping your immune system do its job in fighting infection and preventing cancer. That's why study shows that can help in the treatment of Aids. So if you’re sick, your likely have a glutathione deficiency. SO Keeping your self healthy, boosting your performance, preventing diseases and aging will depend on keeping your Glutathione high. Glutathione also the most critical and iatrical part of  you detoxification system. All the toxins stick on to Glutathione (Like Glue) then Passed out through the Bile, the stool and out of our body which is great. lastly, IT HELP US REACH PEAK mental AND physical Functioning. In fact research have shown that, Raised Glutathione decrease muscle damage, reduce  recovery time, increase strength and endurance and shift metabolism from Fat Production to muscle  development.

Also besides taking your multi vitamins and Fish oil you also need to take NAC Supplements Consistently. This has been used to treat Asthma, Lung diseases, and even  liver failure in the emergency room from Tylenol. And even used to PREVENT kidney damage from Dies and X-RAYS used in hospital. Also R-Alpha lipoid acid, B12, b6 and Flic acid is also critical  to help produce Glutathione plus selenium and milk thistle which can help boost Glutathione level.


Glutathione is a tripeptide (cysteine, glycine, and glutamic acid) found in surprisingly high levels—5 millimolar—concentrations in most cells. As can be seen in Figure 1, this is the same concentration in cells as glucose, potassium, and cholesterol! Considering the high level of metabolic activity required to produce glutathione, such a high level underlines its importance.

Glutathione exists in cells in 2 states: reduced (GSH) and oxidized (GSSG). As can be seen in Figure 2, oxidized glutathione is actually 2 reduced glutathiones bound together at the sulfur atoms.

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Balance Between GSH and GSSG

The ratio of GSH to GSSG determines cell redox status of cells. Healthy cells at rest have a GSH/GSSG ratio >100 while the ratio drops to 1 to 10 in cells exposed to oxidant stress. Glutathione is also recognized as a thiol buffer maintaining sulfhydryl groups of many proteins in their reduced form. Glutathione is produced exclusively in the cytosol and actively pumped into mitochondria. GSH is made available in cells in 3 ways:

  1. De novo synthesis via a 2-step process catalyzed by the enzymes glutamate cysteine ligase (GCL) and glutathione synthetase (requires ATP).
  2. Regeneration of oxidized GSSG to reduced GSH by glutathione reductase (requires NADPH).
  3. Recycling of cysteine from conjugated glutathione via GGTP (requires NADPH).

Notice that all 3 require energy. The rate of synthesis, regeneration, and recycling is determined primarily by 3 factors:

  1. De novo glutathione synthesis is primarily controlled by the cellular level of the amino acid cysteine, the availability of which is the rate-limiting step.
  2. GCL activity is in part regulated by GSH feedback inhibition.
  3. If GSH is depleted due to oxidative stress, inflammation, or exposure to xenobiotics, de novo synthesis of GSH is upregulated primarily by increasing availability of cysteine through recycling of GSSG.

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Get all the benefits of Nano glutathione with longer, more concentrated availability in the body, thanks to liposomal delivery. No sulfur flavor and no sulfur smell. 

Get all the benefits of Nano glutathione with longer, more concentrated availability in the body, thanks to liposomal delivery. No sulfur flavor and no sulfur smell. 

Water in this product exceeds hospitals' USP specifications required for water injection. 

One of our gusts wrote this,


My name is Dr. James Leung. I'm a board-certified Anti-aging Physician, Internist, and Gastroenterologist. In my clinic glutathione is a must supplement for anti-aging protocol. By using this Liposomal Nano Glutathione for the last few months we've achieved in 86% of my patients glutathione le[evs of 8.6mM which we couldn't achieve prior with other glutathione supplements.

(Remember at age 10-17 years old intracellular concentrations of glutathione is approx. 10mM) I highly recommend this product.

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