Glutathione is a powerful antioxidant that the body naturally produced in human cells. Glutathione is made up of cysteine, glutamine and glycine that detoxify and promote skin health, body function, mood and well-being.
Glutathione improves immunity and fight against diseases, clears and brightens the skin, slow down melanin production, thereby erase hyperpigmentationof the skin and provides anti-aging properties. It also minimize inflammation, breaks down fat, promotesenergy, combat oxidative stress and promotes good sleep quality.
Some patients may experience chronic fatigue, headaches, generalized weakness, dizziness, jointpain, dermatitis, mood disturbance, difficulty concentrating.
Chronic conditions associated with low glutathione are fibromyalgia, Autoimmune diseases, heart disease, skin disorders and some prescribed Medications may deplete the level.
How to Improve Glutathione levels
Certain supplements such as Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Selenium, Curcumin, N-acetylcysteine are known to boot glutathione levels.
Glutathione is not easily absorbed from food sources. IV Glutathione infusion is the most effective way to maximize the body’s level of antioxidant. An intravenous dose of glutathione is directly delivered to your blood stream to detoxify and protect cells of your brain, heart, lungs and muscle tissues.
Side Effects of Glutathione
Low levels of zinc have been reported with long-term use of glutathione supplement. Abdominal cramping and bloating have also been reported in patients consuming this nutrient orally. Majority of patients receiving IV Glutathione have no side effects at all. If you are pregnant or breast feeding, it is best to check with your doctor prior to infusion.