Why Upgraded Glutathione Force is Better Than Other Glutathione Sources
Most glutathione supplements are ineffective because your stomach enzymes tend to degrade the glutathione before your gut is able to absorb and deliver it to the right cells. Upgraded Glutathione Force uses a new, proven drug delivery composition to target glutathione into gut cells and hold them in place until released into the blood.
In this patented delivery technology, glutathione binds to a peptide called lactoferrin. lactoferrin bypasses stomach degradation and delivers the glutathione straight to your gut. Lactoferrin also crosses your intestinal mucosa through a process called Cell Receptor Mediated Endocytosis (CRME) that allows lactoferrin to deliver iron to blood plasma.
Use Upgraded Glutathione Force as a daily supplement to support optimal performance. The oral dispensers allow you to dispense 1 ml servings. Each dispenser has 5 clear markings to indicate 1-milliliter portions. Applying gentle pressure to the plunger squeezes out 1 ml of glutathione onto your spoon. Suggested Use:
- Use 1 serving per day in the morning.
- Best to take on an empty stomach or 20 minutes before a meal.
- Gently press out 1ml gel onto a spoon and then swallow.
- Refrigeration after uncapping is recommended, but not required.
- Store at room temperature or refrigerate. Use this product within 6 months after the manufactured date.
The flavor of the Upgraded Glutathione Force is superior to all other liposomal glutathione products on the market. It contains natural ginger and lemon oil to yield the flavor, and sweetened with stevia. Other ingredients: Water, Lactoferrin, Oleic Acid (from Olive Oil), Phosphatidylcholine, Polysorbate 80 (emulsifier from sugar alcohol and vegetable oil), Glycerin (Vegetable based, US sourced), Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCT Oil), Stevia (Rebaudioside-A) and Natural Flavor (Lemon Oil, Ginger Oil).
How Upgraded Glutathione Force Optimizes the Central Nervous System
Glutathione may help improve your short-term brain function, long-term memory, and help protect against cognitive decline. Glutathione helps counterbalance inflammatory effects of toxins in the brain that inhibit optimal brain function. There's even evidence that maintaining higher glutathione levels is associated with healthier aging of the brain and body. Other studies indicate that degenerative aging is associated with oxidative stress, a sign that glutathione levels are depleted. How Upgraded Glutathione Force Detoxifies The Body
Glutathione is needed to help bind and remove toxins from every tissue in your body. Some of the best evidence behind the powerful detoxifying effects of glutathione comes from drug research. Take Acetaminophen poisoning for instance (one of the most common drug related problems in developed countries).
Acetaminophen depletes mitochondrial glutathione levels, which makes them more vulnerable to oxidative stress. Doctors often use glutathione and its naturally powerful detoxifying properties to help protect against acetaminophen-related liver damage and to remove acetaminophen from their system. Studies have also shown that glutathione supplements may be useful in providing nutritional support during cancer treatment. How Upgraded Glutathione Force Protects Your Body from Mold Toxins
Mycotoxins, also known as mold toxins, are damaging compounds produced by various molds and fungi. They can cause cancer, brain damage, and heart, liver, and kidney disease. These mold toxins are almost everywhere in modern society, especially in food. Upgraded Glutathione Force helps protect you against exposure to these toxins. In vitro, glutathione helped protect against the toxic effects of aflatoxin and fusarium, two of the most common mold toxins. Mold toxins are a serious, often unavoidable risk to health, but it's one that Upgraded Glutathione Force can help reduce. How Upgraded Glutathione Force Promotes Cardiovascular Health
Glutathione plays a key role in counterbalancing inflammatory effects associated with compromised heart and artery health. People with high triglycerides typically have lower glutathione levels. When blood cells from people with compromised arteries are incubated with glutathione, they become less prone to stick together, which means the cells would be less likely to cause clots and heart issues. Why Upgraded Glutathione Force Helps "Serve And Protect" Your Gut
Research has shown that glutathione supplements may help improve gut health by decreasing oxidative stress. This may help promote proper digestion and intestinal functions. Some research even suggests that glutathione may help support the gut issues in people who are gluten intolerant. Even small amounts of toxins can damage your gut and cause inflammation, brain fog, and lethargy. Upgraded Glutathione Force can help defend against these invaders and keep your gut functioning at full capacity. How Upgraded Glutathione Force Fights Infections
Studies have found that glutathione supplements may help improve immune function by reducing oxidative stress in the immune system's cells. Your body needs a strong immune system to fight off infections, while maintaining good control of its immune system to keep it from overreacting and causing damaging inflammation. Upgraded Glutathione Force increases your resilience by improving both of these factors for high performance. How Upgraded Glutathione Force Helps Protect Your Body from Heavy Metal Poisoning
Heavy metals like mercury damage cells and decrease performance. Heavy metals are present in many household items and in some cosmetics (some makeup and deodorant products) and foods (some fish). Glutathione helps detoxify mercury, cadmium, and arsenic in at least two ways: it increases the cells' ability to resist the toxic effects of heavy metals, and it helps remove them from the body. The human body isn’t very good at getting rid of toxic heavy metals, so they often build-up and decrease performance. Upgraded Glutathione Force may help increase the resilience of cells to deal with heavy metals and eliminate heavy metals from the body. How Upgraded Glutathione Force Protects Your Body from Alcohol Damage
Sometimes, you probably expose yourself to some toxins on purpose – like alcohol. There’s nothing wrong with a drink every now and then, but long-term alcohol consumption is not good for you. Alcohol depletes glutathione levels, and can make your cells more susceptible to oxidative stress. Upgraded Glutathione Force can help shield your body against the negative effects of alcohol, so when you do have a drink, it doesn’t decrease your performance as much as it would otherwise. How Upgraded Glutathione Force Helps Prevent Aging
Inflammation is tied to aging, which may be why people with high glutathione levels tend to live longer than those with low levels. Some research indicates that damage to the power plants of your cells – the mitochondria, is a key factor in aging. Your body needs glutathione to protect your mitochondria, and when you don’t have enough, they can get damaged. This is especially true for liver cells. When mitochondria are low in glutathione, the liver is more susceptible to the negative effects of toxins.
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