Sources of Glutathione
There are so many sources of glutathione available, how do we know which ones really work?
After all, they all claim
It can get quite confusing.
I hope I will help clear the confusion, separating the rip-offs from the true sources of glutathione!
The list will be added to and changed as new products are added and new discoveries made as to the most efficient way to raise one's glutathione levels. (You can sign up here to be automatically updated when updates/changes are made.)
Naturally, the most ideal way to increase one's glutathione levels would be through eating glutathione-rich foods!
In our modern world, will it be enough? Will eating foods rich in glutathione make a difference?
It's easy to think: "If I take a glutathione supplement, then my glutathione levels will go up, right?"
You would thinks so, but...
Injectable glutathione or IV glutathione has to be a successful way to raise glutathione levels, right?
After all, you are bypassing the digestive system and delivering the glutathione straight to the blood.
All I have to do is place the patch on an acupuncture point and my glutathione levels will go up, right?
Glutathione delivered VIA the skin is so easy and convenient, but how effective is it?
All you have to do is rub the cream or gel on your body twice a day everyday and your glutathione levels will go up! At least that's what the instructions say.
It contains the precursors of glutathione, but does it work?
What does it mean to "accelerate" my glutathione levels?