The scientific community has known about this intra-cellular molecule since the late 1800’s, however; it is only in the last 20 years or so that we have really begun to understand the vital role Glutathione (GSH) plays in optimal cellular function and how its modulation can contribute to health, vitality and overall wellbeing.
Glutathione: The Next Household Word
You may or may not have heard of glutathione, even though over tens of thousands of medical articles have highlighted its importance. Optimizing glutathione levels will shortly join the list of factors known by everyone to have an impact on our health and well-being, along with vitamin supplementation and cholesterol regulation.
Glutathione is a small protein produced naturally in every cell of our body. It is made up of three protein building blocks, called amino acids. These are glutamic acid, cysteine and glycine. The cysteine amino acid contains a sulfur group responsible for the chemical properties of the whole glutathione protein. Continue reading → Glutamine Prime: Supports Glutathione Production