Glutathione is referred to as the “Mother Antioxidant”, due to its ability to support the function of other antioxidants in the body. Every system in the body is impacted by Glutathione, including the immune system, detoxification processes and cellular health.†
Glutathione has the ability to recycle other antioxidants, including Vitamin C and Vitamin E. It is important for immune system cells and the health of the brain and eyes. It is also necessary to produce metabolic and biochemical reactions in the body and may also aid in iron metabolism.†
Important Components of Glutathione
In order to be utilized effectively by the body, Glutathione must be converted into its active form. InVite® Health’s Glutathione supplement is offered in its reduced and active form, making it more easily absorbed to ensure maximum effectiveness.
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Suggested Usage: As a Dietary supplement, chew or allow one (1) lozenge to dissolve under tongue once or twice daily, or as directed by a healthcare professional.
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As a dietary supplement, chew or allow one (1) lozenge to dissolve under the tongue once or twice daily, or as directed by a healthcare professional.
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The Science Behind Glutathione
Research from Biomedical Pharmacotherapy describes glutathione’s crucial role in antioxidant defense and cellular health. Glutathione plays important roles in nutrient metabolism and the regulation of cellular functions. Glutathione deficiency contributes to oxidative stress, which plays a key role in aging. 
Research published in The Proceedings of the Nutrition Society states that the immune system works best if the lymphatic cells have a tightly-balanced intermediate level of glutathione. Even small changes in the intracellular glutathione level have profound effects on lymphatic cell functions. Certain functions, such as with the DNA, are extremely sensitive to free radicals and, therefore, are dependent upon high levels of the antioxidant glutathione. 
Research from Integrative Medicine states some of the vital roles of glutathione in human health. Glutathione directly scavenges free radicals from the cells and is a cofactor for several different antioxidant enzymes. Glutathione is also responsible for the regeneration of vitamins C and E. Glutathione also neutralizes free radicals produced by Phase I liver metabolism of chemical toxins. This makes these toxins water soluble for excretion by the kidneys. Glutathione transports mercury out of the cells and the brain and is vital to mitochondrial function and maintenance of mitochondrial DNA. 
Research published in Antioxidant & Redox Signaling states the importance of glutathione on iron metabolism. Glutathione is a key player in all aspects of iron metabolism, sensing and regulation of iron levels, iron transporting and biosynthesis of iron cofactors. 
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 Antioxid Redox Signal. 2017 Nov 20;27(15):1235-1251.