GSH Glutathione 100 mg 60 capsules of vegetable origin
The strict quality check at Bonusan ensures that this product only contains the active form of glutathione, which means that your client can also count on this product for maximum absorbability and optimum efficacy.
Only the active reduced form
Minimum breakdown, optimum absorption
Take 1 capsule daily, during or immediately after a meal. There is a reasonable chance that a too large percentage of glutathione will be destroyed in the intestinal wall when using less than 100 mg glutathione a day. One way to avoid the proteases is by dissolving the content of one or more capsules in water, then stirring well and drink. Research shows that direct contact of glutathione with the mucous membranes of the mouth has a beneficial effect on absorption. Already more than 60% of the glutathione is absorbed when taking the glutathione capsules in the regular way in doses of 100 mg to 200 mg per day. The surprisingly high bioavailability appears to be linked to a specific absorption system for glutathione in the intestinal wall which has been discovered recently. The absorption rate does not increase in proportion to the dose; the use of higher doses decreases the efficiency of the absorption. The capsule may be opened if experiencing difficulties with swallowing.
Interactions with regular medication and other natural health products may occur. Please consult an expert about this.
Besides taking this product it is also recommended to follow a healthy diet, as well as taking a basic supplementation of Multi Vital Forte, Vitamin C-1000 Ascorbate Complex and Omega-3 liquid (or Omega-3 capsules).
Contains per vegetarian capsule
GSH (reduced L-glutathione) 100 mg
microcrystalline cellulose, cellulose (HPMC), magnesium stearate.
Guaranteed to contain no
GMO, maize, soy, yeast, gluten, lactose, added saccharose, gelatine, preservatives, artificial colouring and flavouring agents, artificial odours.
Until recently, the general opinion was that glutathione did not have a high enough bioavailability to be useful in oral administration as a dietary supplement. This only seems to be true for low doses (50 mg per day). Proteases in the gastrointestinal tract destroy the majority of the glutathione at such a low dose; a significant part survives when using doses above 50 mg per day. The surprisingly high bioavailability appears to be linked to a specific absorption system for glutathione in the intestinal wall which has been discovered recently. The absorption rate does not increase in proportion to the dose; the use of higher doses decreases the efficiency of absorption.