The effective - IN BODY- form of glutathione

by VitaGene Support

Glutathione is considered the mother of all antioxidants. It is primarily found in the liver where it plays an integral role in the detoxification process.  However, it also functions in tissues and organs all throughout the body. Glutathione is demonstrated as the body’s most powerful detoxifier; it expels toxins for excretion and recycles other antioxidants such as Vitamin C and E. Besides detoxification it also plays a significant role in energy metabolism by protecting our mitochondria from free radical damage. Glutathione is a key component in keeping our bodies healthy, protecting us from a wide array of diseases and preventing cognitive issues. In fact, maintaining high levels of glutathione is essential for chronic disease management and recovery.

Our natural ability to produce and maintain healthy glutathione levels within our bodies is adversely influenced and affected by many internal and external factors. These include:

  • Poor diet
  • Stress
  • Aging process
  • Environmental pollutants
  • Medication
  • Infections
  • Illness
  • Chronic conditions
  • Toxins
  • Heavy metals
  • Radiation

In modern day it is almost impossible to escape exposure to these influences consequently the body loses its ability to produce sufficient amounts of naturally occurring glutathione.

With low levels of glutathione in the body, we become more prone to infection and diseases as we lack the ability to effectively detoxify. This also causes damage to the liver which further undermines the detoxification process.

Overall, this glutathione deficiency leads to:

  • Poor detoxification and cell protection
  • Cell damage
  • Decreased energy levels
  • Increased inflammation
  • Greater risk for diseases
  • Accelerated aging processes
  • Poor healing

Hence Glutathione supplementation is vital for general wellbeing, recovery, repair and disease management.

Unfortunately, most oral forms of glutathione supplements are poorly absorbed as the molecule is quickly broken down after oral ingestion and this cannot be used up by the cells. This has led to high doses being administered with low to no therapeutic benefit. However, Your Wellbeing’s EMOTHION® delivers a unique preparation of glutathione that overcomes these usual limitations.

EMOTHION® provides a clinically studied and patented orally stable and crystalline form of S-Acetyl-Glutathione, this greatly improves its ability to remain intact in the gut and allows a greater concentration to be absorbed into the bloodstream where it can take effect. EMOTHION®’s enhanced bioavailability and fast action has opened up new possibilities to boost glutathione levels in humans for improved wellness and health throughout all stages of life.

Benefits of supplementing with Your Wellbeing’s EMOTHION® - the “IN BODY’ form of Glutathione:

  • High quality and purity
  • Stable form of Glutathione
  • Well tolerated
  • Highly bioavailable
  • Does not require energy expenditure to be cleaved to reduce glutathione
  • Increases intracellular glutathione levels
  • Improves biomarkers of oxidative stress
  • Improves energy levels
  • Supports the immune system
  • Supports detoxification
  • Provides antioxidant support
  • Protects and supports healthy cell function and aging

Your Wellbeing’s EMOTHION® provides a ready to use Glutathione supplement that is effective and clinically proven.

Information supplied by: Your Wellbeing


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