30 October 2010

TAB EX: Glutathione as anti fatigue, depression & anxiety

The Research on Glutathione:

Glutathione has been the subject of a very large degree of research for several decades. Glutathione is found in many foods but the body cannot utilise it properly. Some foods contain precursors for Glutathione, such as cysteine, glycine and N-acetylcysteine, but eating sufficient quantities of these foods to markedly increase Glutathione levels is very difficult to achieve. Seeing Glutathione is not well absorbed into the body when taken by mouth or by eating whole foods, many people have tried taking Glutathione intravenously with varied, but mostly poor results.

Some of the foods that contain precursors, such as cysteine, for Glutathione include poultry, wheat, broccoli, eggs, garlic, capsicum, red meat, fish, dairy products, beans, fruits, vegetables, asparagus, avocado and walnuts.

Essentially, Glutathione is a tri-peptide that is made up of gamma-glutamic acid, cysteine, and glycine, and is also known as gamma-glutamylcysteinelglycine or GSH. Glutathione has been called the body's master antioxidant with good reason, as it is found in every cell of the body. Glutathione actively stimulates the action of ingested antioxidants from whole foods and allows the proper utilisation of phyto-nutrients vital for health and longevity. Put simply, if the level of Glutathione in the body is too low, no amount of supplementation with antioxidants will have a marked effect on the health of the individual.

Some Benefits of Increased Levels of Glutathione -

Most people will feel the difference within 30 days

1.) Anti-fatigue
2.) Anti-obesity
3.) Anti-depression
4.) Anti-anxiety
5.) Anti-Alzheimer’s
6.) Anti-arthritis
7.) Anti--periodontic (gum disease)
8.) Anti-allergenic
9.) Anti-seborrheic (skin disease)
10.) Anti-pyretic (anti-fever)
11.) Anti-Parkinsonism
12.) Anti-diarrhea
13.) Anti-neuralgia (nerve pain)
14.) Anti-vertigo (dizziness)
15.) Anti-glaucoma
16.) Anti-pain (for example, dental pain)
17.) Anti-inflammatory (cox-2 inhibitor; like Vioxx & Celebrex but without side effects)
18.) Anti-ulcer (for example, ulcers of stomach, mouth, small bowel, large bowel)

More Benefits... whether you "feel" them or not.

1.) Anti-oxidant (can be measured)
2.) Anti-cancer (can be measured)
3.) Anti-aging (can be measured)
4.) Anti-hypertension (can be measured)
5.) Anti-hypoglycemia (can be measured)
6.) Anti-immune-system-depression (can be measured)
7.) Anti-blood fat (can be measured)
8.) Anti-atherosclerosis (blood vessel, heart disease) (can be measured)
9.) Anti-osteoporosis (can be measured)
10.) Anti-viral (can be measured)
11.) Anti-bacterial (can be measured)
12.) Anti-fungal (can be measured)
13.) Anti-kidney stones (can be measured)
14.) Anti-cataracts (can be measured)

Glutathione Facts:

Glutathione is a powerful regenerator of immune cells and is easily the most important agent in keeping the body detoxified and healthy. Glutathione is vitally important in the synthesis of DNA and the maintenance DNA, the synthesis of protein and amino acids, so the body can utilise them effectively. Also glutathione plays an important part in the removal of synthetic chemical toxins and carcinogens and resulting free radicals whilst playing a significant role in optimising the immune system. In addition, it is essential in protecting cells from oxidisation and activates enzymes vital for the removal of all toxic build up at the cellular level.

Glutathione also has exceptionally strong antiviral effects. High levels of glutathione in the body and subsequently in tissues and blood serum, have been shown to inhibit and prevent the replication of virtually all pathogens. By the same token, if the levels of glutathione are too low in the body, the body is far more susceptible to virus and pathogen invasion.