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Glutathione

Discussion in 'Ask Jack' started by Owl, Apr 21, 2012.

  1. Owl

    Owl New Member

    You said on another thread, "If you have snp issues you have to maximize intracellular glutathione recycling......its critical. liposomal glutathione and a a steep supplement regimen. Not all SNP's issues can be navigated."



    I know you've said in the past that IV glutathione is best, but I don't remember you mentioning the liposomal form. Does it work as well?



    And what's the best way to test for glutathione? Are blood levels reliable?

    One site says no, "Oxidative stress causes a deficiency of intracellular glutathione, therefore making it difficult to measure. The rapid turnover of reduced glutathione makes testing levels in Red Blood Cells inaccurate. Therefore the only way to test for glutathione is indirectly with tests such as a liver detoxification profile which will measure the extent of glutathionation in the liver, or an organic acids test which will test for citric acid and alpha-keto glucarate which are dependant on glutathione mainly in muscle tissue. Amino acid analysis is another possibility which measures the amino acids that make up glutathione which may also give an indirect indication of glutathione’s activity.
     
  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Yes it works well......and I use this when I treat people.
     

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