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Glutathione: Antioxidant GOLD

If you’re searching for pain relief and overall better quality of life, it’s time to learn about glutathione. This very instant, glutathione is fighting to save your healthy cells. It has attached to pesky immune system intruders and is escorting them out of your body, and those free radicals and heavy metals don’t stand a chance. When it comes to antioxidant power, glutathione is in a whole other league. Be glad it’s on your side.


Glutathione has been linked to cancer prevention, increased energy levels, better sleep patterns, clearer skin, increased athletic performance and more. This simple molecule, pronounced glute-a-thigh-own, is composed of cysteine, glycine and glutamine, which also happen to be building blocks for protein and amino acids. It occurs naturally in the human body, and its sulfur chemical groupings are the real panacea. These act like magnets to rid the body of harmful upstarts like carcinogens and heavy metals.


There is no pill you can pop to flood your system with this golden antioxidant, but you can build an inner army of glutathione power by following the advice below.


Do less:


  • Stressful living – Stress is identified as one of the conditions that can lower glutathione levels. Go take a yoga class or engage in some deep breathing or meditation exercises. Consider acupuncture for relaxation, also called acupuncture for stress relief. If you are faced with ongoing stressors, remember that the “fight or flight” reflex that floods the human body with cortisol is detrimental in large amounts. It’s presumably not going to help with your glutathione levels either.
  • Junk eating – It should come as no surprise that the human body is not going to welcome chips and soda as a means to produce glutathione. Every time you add a chopped onion to your salad or dig into a plate of broccoli robe, however, you’re giving your glutathione a boost. Certain foods and spices encourage glutathione production, which in turn should strengthen your immune system.
  • Sitting on the couch – Exercise encourages the production of glutathione in the human body. Add that to the long list of reasons you should be moving instead of sedentary.


After you’ve committed to changing bad habits, consider ingesting certain supplements that can boost your body’s chances of producing glutathione. These include folate, Vitamins B6 and B12 and milk thistle. Other antioxidants like Vitamin C help recycle the molecule and are helpful as well.


Achieve the gold standard of health by encouraging your system to make plenty of glutathione, and give yourself a great chance at better health.


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