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Glutathione Master AntioxidantFountain of Youth
- Reduces Toxins
- Unparalleled Absorption
Glutathione Master Antioxidant is a powerful antioxidant that combats free radical damage.
- Helps detoxification (2)
- Promotes a healthy inflammatory response
- Anti-aging, supports DNA repair and synthesis
- Strengthens immunity
- Offers protection against a number of health issues
- Helps maintain natural Glutathione levels that decrease with age. (1)
Liposomal delivery method ensures transport to your cells. Where it’s needed. Instead of being broken down with digestion.
Glutathione is a protein naturally made in the liver. It’s found in every cell in your body. Involved in a wide range of processes.
Glutathione Master Antioxidant is very easily absorbed. This patented delivery technology protects the Glutathione peptide from breakdown in your digestive tract. Delivering a powerful dose right where you need it. (3) (4)
Every day we all encounter toxins that contribute to oxidative stress that threatens well being. (5) Your body needs proper tools to stay healthy. Under ideal conditions, Glutathione does a great job of fending off free radical damage, keeping you healthy.
Help Reduce Toxins
Over time, your natural glutathione levels steadily decrease. (6) Adding exposure to stress and environmental toxins, UV radiation, tobacco and alcohol, your reserves are further decreased.
Glutathione plays a key role in your body’s natural detoxification process, supporting the health of the kidneys and liver, helping to expel dangerous foreign pollutants (like heavy metals).
Anti-aging: The Fountain of Youth
Glutathione has been deemed ‘The Mother of all Antioxidants’. Unlike others, it can act within the cell. This means it’s in the perfect position to neutralize free radicals that can potentially damage cell DNA and lead to premature aging. (9)
Glutathione levels can diminish in cells throughout the aging process (even in the absence of environmental stressors). But here’s the thing: supplementing with glutathione may help support healthy aging, as maintaining cellular and mitochondrial levels is associated with overall health and longevity. Studies also suggest it can help lighten skin, reduce the appearance of wrinkles and improve cognitive function.
Glutathione is notoriously hard to absorb when taken in traditional oral forms. This delivery method wraps the Glutathione in a series of protective layers and binds it with lactoferrin, allowing safe passage through the digestive system, to be properly absorbed by your body. (10)(11)
Natural Almond Butter, Glycerin, Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCT Oil), Oleic Acid (from Olive Oil), Glutathione, Lactoferrin, Phosphatidylcholine Phospholipid (to produce Liposomes), Natural Clove Oil, Orange Oil and Cinnamon Oil, Vitamin E (as D Alpha Tocopherol), and Vanilla Bean Extract
The protein molecule hailed “The Mother of all Antioxidants” is linked to healthier aging and improved heavy metal detoxification. (2)
A unique protein found in milk. One of nature’s most powerful ways of ensuring essential compounds make it to the cells that need them. This formula binds glutathione with lactoferrin for increased absorption. (10)(11)
Medium Chain Triglycerides
Fatty acids derived from sustainably sourced coconuts. Quickly absorbed to help to support immunity. (5)
A fat-soluble vitamin that acts as another powerful antioxidant. It helps to neutralize free radical damage and may protect the body even further against environmental toxins. (13)
Crafted inside an FDA Certified, GMP compliant lab in the USA with domestic and imported ingredients. Our product has been tested and is Heavy Metal Free / Prop 65 Compliant, Gluten Free and Non-GMO.
Directions for Use
Take one pouch into your mouth. Best taken on empty stomach or 20 minutes before a meal.
Do not exceed recommended dose.
Store in a cool dry place. Refrigerate after uncapping is recommended but not required.
Powerful antioxidant to combat free radical damage (tumors and aging skin/brain), reduces toxins, strengthens immunity and reduces inflammation.
Pregnant or nursing mothers, children under the age of 18 and individuals with a known medical condition should consult a physician before using this or any dietary supplement.
Keep out of the reach of children. Do not use if safety seal is damaged or missing.
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- M.J.R. Talukder, T. Takeuchi, and E. Harada, “Characteristics of Lactoferrin Receptor in Bovine Intestine: Higher Binding Activity to the Epithelium Overlying Peyer’s Patches.” (Journal of Veterinary Medicine: 2003)
- Freddy J. Troost, Jan Steijns, Wim H. M. Saris, and Robert-Jan M. Brummer, “Gastric Digestion of Bovine Lactoferrin In Vivo in Adults.” (Journal of Nutrition: 2001
- Anne M. Minihane, et. al. “Low-grade inflammation, diet composition and health: current research evidence and its translation.” (British Journal of Nutrition:, 2015)
- Rajagopal V. Sekhar, Sanjeet G. Patel, Anuradha P. Guthikonda, Marvin Reid, Ashok Balasubramanyam et. al., “Deficient synthesis of glutathione underlies oxidative stress in aging and can be corrected by dietary cysteine and glycine supplementation.” (American Journal of Clinical Nutrition: 2011)
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