The Goodness of Glutathione

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I was recently asked about hair analysis and copper toxicity, which then led to a discussion about the benefits of glutathione.

Glutathione, often referred to as “the mother of all antioxidants,” is one of the most talked-about supplements in the healthcare industry. It has a range of purported benefits that include enhancing heart, liver, lung, kidney, and brain health. 1Glutathione (GSH) is considered to be your body’s strongest antioxidant. It has an enormous capacity to combat oxidative stress, toxic drugs, and heavy metals2  Scientists have even suggested its levels as a great predictor of one’s lifespan3.

Glutathione loses its superpowers with digestion- therefore the need for a liposomal form.  Liposomal glutathione bypasses digestive breakdown-thus delivering powerful amounts to where the body needs it most.

Elite, integrative medical clinics give this life-saving compound intravenously-sometimes at a cost of thousands of dollars to their patients. One of the issues is the ‘crash’ that patients experience in between these Glutathione IV treatments.  Here’s how Dr. Ellen Millard ND of Wild Oak Medicine in Santa Rosa uses Tri-Fortify – a great tasting, GMO-free, vegan, heat stable (doesn’t require refrigeration) liposomal glutathione, and our #1 international top-selling product. She’s found by having patients take it in between IV glutathione treatments, they don’t experience the ‘crash’ of exhaustion while waiting for their next treatment.

Tri-Fortify is clinically researched, peer-reviewed published study conducted by Penn State University4 with the following human results. It’s also one of the least expensive liposomal forms on the market:

  • 28% increase in red blood cell glutathione levels after only 2 weeks
  • 400% increase in NK cell function after 2 weeks
  • 25% reduction in lipid peroxidation (oxidative stress) after 2 weeks

Try the Tri-Fortify, you’re going to love it!



  1. Glutathione!
  2. The changing faces of glutathione, a cellular protagonist
  3. Methionine restriction increases blood glutathione and longevity in F344 rats
  4. Researcher Profile – John Richie, PhD

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