Viruses are encased in a protein. The virus will affect us only when a protease enzyme of some kind destroys the protein encasement. Glutathione can destroy the protease that a virus produces.
Reduced Glutathione selectively scavenges for free radicals that vitamin E can’t reach and helps prevent free radical formation in the first place by attaching to and neutralizing sulfhydryl-friendly oxidants, such as mercury and other heavy metals.
Glutathione is oxidized and must be converted back to the reduced state before it is again useful. Some products fail to comply with this need and are marketed as a mixture of reduced and oxidized glutathione. Such products will only say “Glutathione” on the label. Make sure you only get one that says REDUCED GLUTATHIONE on the bottle.
* Supplement comments from Sam’s studies are provided for background information only. He never recommended a particular supplement without extensively evaluating a client’s individual blood chemistry results and health history, and worked with their physicians as necessary. Always consult your health provider when choosing to use a particular supplement.
150 mg, 100 capsules
Each capsule contains 27 mg magnesium (as TRAACS® magnesium bisglycinate chelate, magnesium oxide), and 150 mg reduced L-glutathione
Other ingredients: vegetarian capsule (hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, water) and L-leucine