Glutathione is the most powerful intracellular antioxidant, offering superior antioxidant support in a form that is easily absorbed.*
Setria® Glutathione helps prevent free radical damage by supporting glutathione-dependent enzymes that aid in the elimination of toxins and prevention of free radicals.* It is recognized as the great protector.
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This reduced form of glutathione is required for many stages of immune response, and when taking more than 1000 mg daily, has been shown to enhance the body’s normal immune cell function.* Setria® Glutathione supports the detoxification of drugs, pesticides, or carcinogens and alcohol in the liver.*
Our bodies obtain glutathione in two ways: from the foods we eat and from our own internal production. Under some conditions, however, the body’s need for glutathione is outpaced by its ability to produce it. Glutathione levels can be depleted by poor diet, pollution, toxins, stress, aging, and infections.
Setria® Glutathione is a unique tripeptide form of glutathione that has been clinically shown to raise blood glutathione levels.* It consists of three amino acids: glutamate, cysteine, and glycine. It is found to varying degrees in all cells, tissues, body fluids, and organ systems. It aids in detoxification by supporting liver, kidney, and digestive function to eliminate ingested toxins and intercept toxins in the GI tract before they get absorbed.* It maintains normal immune function by supporting white blood cells including T cell lymphocytes, the body’s frontline of defense.*
Setria Glutathione’s pure, allergen-free form is manufactured through a proprietary fermentation process. Its three primary benefits are:
Published studies show:
Setria glutathione supplementation effectively increases the body’s stores of glutathione and supports the immune system.*
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Suggested intake of glutathione for a healthy person is 100-150 mg daily. During times of need, however, daily requirements can be significantly higher. Larger amounts of glutathione may be required for adequate supplementation.
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