Studies show eating or drinking glutathione supplements is not an effective way of increasing your blood levels of glutathione.
Glutathione IV infusion bypasses your digestive tract and delivers the powerful antioxidant directly to your bloodstream where it can do the most good. High levels of glutathione in your blood are carried to your brain, heart, lungs, muscle tissue and everywhere in your body so your cells can benefit from glutathione’s detoxifying and protective properties.
The best way to ensure you’re getting maximum absorption and the full benefits of glutathione is with an IV infusion.
Low glutathione levels can lead to fatigue, headaches, depression & even skin rashes.
Glutathione levels can be depleted by stress, sickness, medications, infections, toxins, radiation and aging. Your body produces glutathione, but if depletion outpaces production you can wind up deficient.
Many chronic health conditions including autoimmune disorders, fibromyalgia, heart disease, skin disorders and many more are associated with low glutathione levels. In many cases the medications prescribed for chronic health problems further deplete glutathione.
Eating plenty of fresh, organic produce & non-procesed meats can help increase glutathione levels.
Glutathione is naturally made in cells, but requires a strict diet high in certain vitamins for efficient formation.
Glutathione is not easily absorbed from food sources. However some foods high in sulfurous amino acids may help increase glutathione levels:
An organic diet with abundant fresh produce can help your body produce more glutathione. But even an ideal diet may not be processed and absorbed ideally in the digestive system.
The best and fastest way to be sure you’re absorbing and benefiting glutathione is by skipping the digestive tract altogether and getting glutathione IV infusions at VCARE
Glutathione and vitamin C (ascorbic acid) are both strong and versatile antioxidants helping your body neutralize toxins and other oxidizing agents and protecting your cells.
Glutathione and vitamin C also interact with each other in beneficial ways. Vitamin C helps maintain glutathione levels in the body, and glutathione transforms oxidized dehydroascorbate (oxidized ascorbic acid) back into its active form.
Vitamin C can help improve glutathione levels by sharing the job of attacking free radicals, leaving more glutathione available.
Not only do vitamin C and glutathione both work to neutralize free radicals, they seem to “help” each do their jobs better.
A different study tracked glutathione levels measured in red blood cells and found that adults taking at least 500 mg of vitamin C supplements daily had almost 50% higher glutathione levels.10
Glutathione can be made by the body, while vitamin C cannot. Supplementing your diet with intravenous glutathione and vitamin C may help maximize the benefits from both nutrients.
Glutathione is crucial for cellular detoxification of free radicals throughout the body, including brain cells. The brain needs lots of oxygen to function optimally, which means it produces a lot of free radicals. This makes the brain particularly susceptible to oxidative damage.11 Glutathione deficiency weakens your brain’s natural defenses against oxidative stress. Maintaining sufficient glutathione levels flushes away free radicals and supports brain function.
Your brain is made up of more than 70% water and can’t function properly when dehydrated. Our Brain Boost IV treatment with rehydrating fluids, essential nutrients and a glutathione add-on boost will help keep your brain balanced, focused and energized.
People diagnosed with depression, OCD, ADHD and schizophrenia have low glutathione levels. Many of the drugs prescribed to treat bipolar disorder work by boosting levels of glutathione in the cells.
Glutathione has also been shown to help reduce oxidative stress. Stress is a major symptom and contributing factor in many mental health imbalances. Recent research shows glutathione is a promising treatment for improving the symptoms of autism spectrum disorders.