Glutathione is a tripeptide found in all of our cells. In good health, glutathione levels are high; in several conditions of poor health glutathione levels are low. As homocysteine is broken down in the methylation process, glutathione levels increase. Glutathione is a powerful antioxidant (scavenging free radicals).
Such nutrients as N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine (NAC); the basic amino acid needed to create glutathione, B-12 in a methylated form called methylcobalamin assisting the body to produce more glutathione and absorb it better; Glucosamine Sulphate providing the sulphur component necessary for the methylation process of detoxing the body; and L-Carnosine, a dipeptide (two amino acids, L- Alanine and L- Histidine), known for its ability to chelate metals are all found in this high potency formulation. *