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Glutathione

Glutathione consists of 3 amino acids: glutamate, glycine and cysteine. This amino acid combination is a potent antioxidant.

Studies have prompted researchers to consider glutathione as one of the most powerful anticarcinogen in the body.

Benefits
Has been successfully used as a treatment of allergies, arthritis, cataracts, diabetes, and hypoglycemia. Another benefit of glutathione is its ability to prevent the harmful side effects of high-dose radiation therapy and chemotherapy. Yet another benefit is it can protect our bodies from toxins found in tobacco smoke and alcohol.

Our cells can manufacture glutathione from the components which are found in fruits, vegetable and raw meat. (However, eating raw meat is definitely not recommended by nutrition-info.com).

Phenolic acids (or phenols) promote the production of glutathione. Phenolic acids are found in citrus fruits, flaxseed, garlic, green tea, and soybean.

 

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