what is your glutatione brand?

July 18, 2010 3:54pm CST
I recently have known that glutatione is good for cleansing liver, and even better, it gives a better skin complexion.. I am a smoker so i thought I need that! Not a good pill drinker, so I opt to get injectable. I am currently using Tationil (pharma) which has been recommended by my sister-in-laws friend. Usual dosage for better result is twice a week or every 3 days but I take it only once per week and its worth the cost cut because it works really well on me. How amazing that in just 2 injections, I got a fairer skin. My hands and feet doesn't sweat that much any more and my arthritis does not attack much often. It's really great. Though my current brand works for me, I wonder if there is other brand in the market that you friends could share.
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@owlwings (39996)
• Cambridge, England
18 Jul 10
You would be much better off eating foods that naturally contain glutathione and have high levels of sulphur-containing amino acids. Glutathione is manufactured inside the cell, from its precursor amino acids, glycine, glutamate and cystine, hence food sources or supplements that increase glutathione must either provide the precursors of glutathione, or enhance its production by some other means. Asparagus is a leading source of glutathione. Foods like broccoli, avocado and spinach are also known to boost glutathione levels. Raw eggs, garlic and fresh unprocessed meats contain high levels of sulphur-containing amino acids and help to maintain optimal glutathione levels. Whey protein contains proteins which are rich in sulphur-containing amino acids. Heating or pasteurization destroys the bioactivity of these proteins, so one should use undenatured whey protein, which is a non-heated product that preserves bioactive amino acids like cystine. It has been shown in numerous scientific studies and clinical trials to optimize glutathione levels.