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Lypo-Spheric GSH (Glutathhione) - The Master Antioxidant

Lypo-Spheric GSH (Glutathhione) - The Master Antioxidant


Lypo-Spheric GSH – The Master Antioxidant

Glutathione or GSH could be the most important of all antioxidants. It is involved in tissue building and repair as well as supporting your immune system.

Your liver makes GSH naturally, and it is found in certain fruits, vegetables and meats. But many factors in our busy lives can cause levels of GSH to fall. It could be stress, aging, toxins or pollutants.

Lypo-Spheric GSH from LivOn Laboratories is a dietary supplement that comes as a drink mix and contains 450mg of Glutathione per packet as well as 1,000mg of Essential Phospholipids.

It was designed to maximize bioavailability through delivery with “smart” Liposomal Nano-spheres. This potentially transports GSH directly into the blood without requiring your body to find and put together the precursors of glutathione.

  • Provides support for the immune system
  • Promotes transport of amino acids across cell membranes
  • Supports the neutralizing of free-radicals and may repair damage
  • Supports the neutralization and elimination of toxins and heavy metals
  • Provides support for repairing and the synthesizing of DNA

Because your body uses the three amino acids which are precursors to GSH for other purposes, you don’t know for sure if it is being used to synthesize glutathione. However, by delivering GSH directly to the blood, LypoSpheric GSH can remove those doubts.

Using LypoSpheric GSH in a hot drink is not recommended. For best results, put this supplement in a cool beverage and drink on an empty stomach.

Research shows that boosting levels of glutathione may provide many health benefits. If you have a chronic illness, you may also be dealing with depleted levels of glutathione. Talk to your health care practitioner and find out if it’s a good idea for you.

very cell in the boy needs GSH and most cells actually produce it, but internal and external factors adversely affect the amount of GSH your body produces. Pathogens, toxins, stress, free radicals and the aging process can lead to GSH deficiencies.

*Helps protect cells from the damage caused by harmful free radicals

*Supports a healthy liver

*Promotes optimal cellular health