Fights Inflammation and the diseases of AGING
It is well known that aging is accompanied by a precipitous fall in
glutathione levels. Lower glutathione levels are implicated in many
diseases associated with aging including cataracts, Alzheimer's,
Parkinson's atherosclerosis and others.
Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 47:1021-26, 1994.
Heart Dis-Ease, Stroke and Cholesterol
Raised glutathione levels fight the oxidation of fats circulating in the bloodstream
including cholesterol, retarding the process of plaque formation in the arteries
leading to most heart attacks and strokes.
Nutrition Reviews 54: 1-30, 1996
One of the best antioxidants is an amino acid called glutathione. I'm not alone in considering it one of the most powerful cancer-curbing, age-slowing nutrients ever discovered.
CFS-Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and the use of Glutathione
WHO SHOULD USE MAX GXL AND WHY?
Audio recording: Dr. Tracy Gibbs, Pharmocognocist, Natural Medicine
AIDS. Glutathione's apparent ability to resuscitate a frail immune system and, at least in the test tube, suppress the HIV virus has attracted the attention of researchers at Harvard, Stanford, and across Europe. Read more...
Glutathione Helps Aids Survival NEW YORK, March 03 (Reuters) -- Maintaining healthy levels of a peptide called glutathione may play a "pivotal" role in slowing the progression of AIDS, researchers say. more...
Glutathione has been found to be a great help in Cancer chemoprotection and treatment. Read more…
British Journal of Cancer on glutathione as chemoprotective agent
Pubmed article on Chemoprotection against cancer by phase 2 enzyme induction
Clinical Trials study on glutathione and treating women with breast cancer http://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT00499122?term=chemoprotection&recr=Open&rank=7
More research on Glutathione and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Glutathione is an important and powerful antioxidant and is the body’s best