There's a reason you're here... you read that Glutathione cures cancer, heart disease, diabetes, warts, liver failure, ugliness, and every other thing that anyone ever got that was bad.
The vast majority of everything you read that said "glutathione cures_____" was false. Completely false.
That's not to say it's not a wonderful thing. Glutathione is a strong antioxidant. It's composed mostly of three amino acids, glutamine, cysteine, and glycine. It's produced by the body, but as we age we produce less and less. It's also negatively impacted by alcohol consumption.
It's been proven in clinical studies to help reverse some of the effects of fatty liver disease, such as hyperbilirubinemia (jaundice), and others. It's critical in the reduction of oxidative stress, that's caused by too many free radicals and low levels of antioxidants. Some studies, including one by Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, have shown that it aids in weight loss by reducing insulin resistance.
There are many reasons to take advantage of what's possibly the strongest antioxidant of which the medical community is aware. Liver health, skin health, assistance in weight loss for those over 50, improved circulation, and more. It's absolutely a wonderful treatment with many well-documented clinical studies backing up its benefits.
Anyone trying to tell you that Glutathione will make you feel a decade younger, or that it's an effective skin-lightener, a cancer cure, or a way to cure diabetes is not working on good science, or is intentionally misleading you.
If you're interested in learning more, there are several publications which will lead you to studies and evidence based claims.
If you've read those and still have questions, feel free to call us to discuss the many amazing benefits of Glutathione. It's an absolutely wonderful, blockbuster antioxidant, is completely safe, and has great health benefits. It's just not going to cure your cancer or turn you into Captain America, no matter what you read elsewhere.
Patients with moderate to severe Asthma may not receive Glutathione,
due to increased risk of bronchospasms.
Patients with mild Asthma should notify their nurse before receiving Glutathione, and may proceed with caution, taking care to note and report any respiratory abnormalities during treatment.