What is Glutathione Injection and what is it used for
Glutathione is an antioxidant formed from the amino acid cysteine, glutamate and glycine. Virtually all your cells have glutathione, but this antioxidant is most highly concentrated in your liver, pancreas, spleen and eyes. Your glutathione levels dwindle as you age. Taking glutathione supplements may offset the reduced glutathione levels caused by age.
Glutathione supplements may be administered intramusclely or intravenously. You can also take glutathione supplements in oralform or via nebulizer. No known side effects are associated with injections of glutathione.
Glutathione is primarily responsible for reducing the levels of cysteine on the surface of proteins and helps protect your body from free-radical damage.Recent scientific research has shown that the level of glutathione in your cells has a direct impact on and is an important indicator of the health and appearance of your skin.
Your skin all over the body will become white after taking enough doses of glutathione. Glutathione also helps synthesize and repair DNA.
Glutathione facilitates the recycling of vitamins C and E. Intravenous glutathione impairs platinum buildup in your kidneys. It helps transport amino acids and plays a vital role in purging your body of toxic compounds such as heavy metals. By helping your body detoxify, glutathione helps reduce your risk of developing cancer.
Glutathione is able to fight cancer by causing malignant cells to die but keeping healthy cells alive. This antioxidant also slows your body's aging process.
Your body may develop coordination problems as a result of glutathione deficiency. Deficient glutathione levels can cause red blood cells to rupture and impair the functioning of white blood cells. Your nerve tissue may deteriorate as a result of glutathione deficiency, and you may suffer mental and nervous system disorders such as tremors and twitching.
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