The Detox Drug
Our bodies are usually a highly efficient machine, well able to cope with anything we throw at them. Yet, we are increasingly suffering from an increasing toxin load that threatens to balance our system and overload our body’s ability to deal with toxins.
Our livers play an incredibly important role in detoxifying the body and uses a two-phase process to break down chemical and toxins that we ingest in our normal day-to-day lives. In phase one, the toxins are first neutralised so they cause no harm to the body and then broken down into smaller fragments that are removed from the body as part of phase two.
These natural processes of the body that are powered by specific nutrients and glutathione is critical for both phases. Glutathione is receiving increasing attention as a force for good in the body. It is a powerful antioxidant that can greatly reduce oxidative stress in the body due to its potency in fighting free radicals and the damage they cause. Often called the ‘master antioxidant’, it does more than just simply fight free radicals; it can regenerate other antioxidants such as vitamin C and E.
Glutathione also boosts your immune system. It is required for the proper function of white blood cells and it has also been proven to stimulate the activity of our immune cells.
Glutathione is also crucial for the detoxification process in a number of ways; it binds to toxins to aid their removal from the body and also neutralises toxins in the GI tract before they are even absorbed by the body.
As well as helping you to feel good, glutathione can also help you to look better. Free radical stress is a key factor in many ageing skin concerns as it breaks down collagen in the skin. Glutathione protects collagen fibres from damage. Glutathione also suppresses melanin production in the skin, lightening and brightening the complexion.
However, dietary glutathione is quickly broken down by our gut before it can get where it is required to go, which is why glutathione supplements tend to have limited benefits. One method of delivering glutathione at a cellular level is intravenous therapy and our glutathione drip is fast becoming one of our most-requested procedures. We appreciate, though, that in-clinic treatments can sometimes be time-consuming and inconvenient, which was why we developed our Gluathione Suppositories, so you can experience the results of this wonder nutrient, safely and effectively and in the comfort of your own home.
Click here to order Glutathione Suppositories from our shop – £209 for pack of 15 suppositories. We offer free shipping and a 10% discount if you order three or more.