L-Glutathione

Glutathione is one of the most important antioxidants in our body. The main function of glutathione is to protect cells from oxidative and peroxidative damages.Glutathione clears toxins from cells and protects it from the harmful effects of radiation, chemicals and environmental pollutants.Setria Glutathione is a tripeptide consisting of three amino acids. These; glutamate, cysteine ​​and glycine L-cysteine: It is a protein that is taken outside by the body and cannot be produced by the body. It is an important source of sulfur in human metabolism.It has many benefits such as removing toxic substances from the body, protecting it from the harmful effects of radiation, being anti-carcinogenic and antioxidant.L-glutamic acid: Glutamine is an anino acid synthesized in skeletal muscle and released into the circulation. The main consumers of glutamine are; digestive device, kidneys, liver and immune system. In cases of high stress, such as cancer, AIDS, after surgery, adding to the diet by increasing glutamine needs helps to heal the disease and strengthen immunity.Glycine: It is an amino acid that the body uses to create the proteins it needs to grow important tissues such as growth, preservation, hormones and enzymes. It is an antioxidant in the body.Glutathione is synthesized from Glycine, Glutamate and Cysteine.Glutathione is essential for the body's healthy functioning. When glutathione is reduced, cells feed on sugar instead of oxygen. This prepares the ground for the emergence of situations that we do not want.That's why Glutathione is recognized as a great preservative. Glutathione deficiency also adversely affects the liver and immune system.By fighting free radicals, glutathione supports the liver, thus fulfilling the task of detoxifying the body. Likewise, preventing free radical damage helps promote a healthy immune system.

What are the functions of glutathione in the body?

Making building blocks of DNA, protein and cells.Supporting immune function.Creating sperm cells.Breaking down some free radicals.To help the function of certain enzymes.Renewal of vitamins C and E.To help the liver and gallbladder cope with fats.Helping regular cell death (a process known as apoptosis).Researchers have found links between low glutathione levels and some diseases.It is possible to increase glutathione levels by oral or intravenous (IV) supplementation.