#3 Glutahione and N-Acetylcysteine (NAC)
Why is it important?
Glutathione is known as the "Master Antioxidant." It helps prevent damage to vital intracellular
components caused by reactive oxygen species -AKA- free radicals, peroxides, lipid peroxides, and heavy metals. Lowers homocysteine and lipoprotein-a (both markers of inflammation). Heals lungs and helps increase liver detoxification, increases immune function, reduces muscle fatigue. Immense research shows direct links between poor metabolism glutathione and increased risk of chronic diseases.
Increased risk of cancers, fatigue, brain fog, decreased toxin elimination, elevated homocysteine
levels, premature aging symptoms
Cultured cheeses, wheat germ, meats, granola, oat flakes. Can be increasedintracellularly with NRF2 activators such as sulforaphane (found in cruciferous vegetables) and supplements such as Protandim.