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The ratio of GЅN to GЅЅG determines the cellular pediatric status of cells. Healthy cells in the room have a ratio of GN / GG> 100, while the ratio drops to 1 to 10 in the cells exposed to the oxidant. Glutathione is also known to be a thiol buffer that supports the sulfide groups of many proteins in their specific pediatric form. Glutathione is produced exclusively in the cytosol and is actively pumped into the mitochondria.

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GLUTATHIONE 250 MG x60 CAPSULES is a tripeptide (cysteine, glycine and glutamic acid). Given the high level of metabolic activity required for glutathione production, this level underscores its importance.

The ratio of GЅN to GЅЅG determines the cellular pediatric status of cells. Healthy cells in the room have a ratio of GN / GG> 100, while the ratio drops to 1 to 10 in the cells exposed to the oxidant. Glutathione is also known to be a thiol buffer that supports the sulfide groups of many proteins in their specific pediatric form. Glutathione is produced exclusively in the cytosol and is actively pumped into the mitochondria.

It is important to increase the value of glutathione. It plays a key role in protecting cellular macromolecules from endogenous and exogenous pesticide and nitrogenous species. It may be of greater significance than he is concerned with the fact that he is concerned with the reason for the oxidative process.

 Ways to increase intracellular and intrinsic levels. The good news is that there are some effective strategies. It is obviously limited to the consumption of alcohol.

The second strategy is to reduce other antioxidants to reduce the oxidative rate. A good example is an alpha-lipoic acid, supplemented with which increases the levels of mitochondrial glutathione, even though ALA is not used or used.

The obvious strategy is to direct glutathione.

Ingredients:

Glutathione 250 mg

GLUTATHIONE 250 MG x60 CAPSULES Dosage:

Take 1 capsule daily, preferably on an empty stomach.
Store in a cool, dry place after opening.

Brand

PURE NUTRITION