“Life Loves The Liver Of It”
Having healthy vital organs is critical to everyone ranging from the young and the old, from those with non-active lifestyles to Olympic-style athletes. Exposure to environmental toxins will lower your body’s tolerance and resistance to disease. Boost your body to help in the fight against these constant exposures and give your organs the nutrients needed to win with our detox fusion.
Although Glutathione occurs naturally in organic fruits and vegetables, our daily food consumption does not support sufficient amounts that can provide maximum results. Glutathione is an essential antioxidant cleansing the liver that fights against cellular damage caused by free radicals, toxins, and heavy metals. It also helps other essential vitamins like Vitamin C and E do their job more efficiently giving you more power, energy, boosting your immune system, and preserving cellular health. Protecting your body from free radicals found in environmental exposure to cigarette smoke, air pollution, and ultraviolet radiation from the sun will help fight diseases associated with toxicity effects of free radicals.
Glutathione is a small protein composed of three amino acids: cysteine, glutamic acid, and glycine. It is involved in detoxification and antioxidant mechanisms. Many toxins are dealt with by “handcuffing” the toxin to another molecule so it can be escorted out of the body.
Glutathione is one of the most important conjugating compounds, which helps the body eliminate fat-soluble toxins, such as heavy metals, solvents, and pesticides, transforming them into a water-soluble form to allow more efficient excretion via the kidneys. The combination of detoxification and free radical protection results in glutathione being one of the most important anticancer and anti-aging agents in our cells. The greater the exposure to toxins, the faster the body uses up its supply of glutathione. Without the protection of glutathione, cells die at a faster rate, making people age more quickly and putting them at risk for toxin-induced diseases, including cancer.
People who smoke; are chronically exposed to toxins; suffer from inflammatory conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis; or suffer from chronic conditions, such as diabetes, AIDS, or cancer typically have lower levels of glutathione. It’s a vicious cycle: health problems deplete the supply of glutathione, and reduced levels of glutathione increase the risk of health problems