What is liposomal glutathione?

Glutathione is a tripeptide made up of the amino acids: cysteine, glycine, and glutamic acid.  It is known as the master antioxidant in the body.  It has two forms: one is in an oxidized state, and the other is in a reduced state. The reduced form (GSH) is the active state and can neutralize free radicals in the body.

Liposomal glutathione refers to glutathione that has undergone a special process that encapsulates the glutathione molecule inside of a lipid.  Doing this protects the glutathione molecule and dramatically improves absorption. Natural glutathione is primarily produced by our cells, though as we age, our bodies produce less and less. While a small amount of glutathione is available in certain foods, such as spinach, avocado, and asparagus, a high-quality, clinically researched liposomal glutathione supplement is the best way to increase glutathione within the body.

What’s the Difference Between Liposomal Glutathione and Reduced Glutathione?

Reduced glutathione, or L-glutathione, is simply the active form of the molecule, the form that allows it to perform its many roles in detoxification, immunity, and so on .

Many glutathione supplements are formulated in this active form so that your body does not have to change it in any way to begin using it. However, just because you are taking the active form of glutathione does not necessarily mean that it’s getting into your cells. Most glutathione supplements are simply broken down in the stomach, and only a fraction of the supplement makes it into the bloodstream.

Liposomal glutathione, on the other hand, is protected from the harsh environment of the stomach by the liposomes and is able to pass through cell membranes to be used directly within the cell .

Benefits and Uses of Liposomal Glutathione

There are almost too many benefits and uses of liposomal glutathione to name, but let’s take a look at some of the big ones.

☆Supports Detoxification Pathways

We need glutathione to move these toxic substances through the detoxification process and into elimination pathways via the kidneys, liver (bile), and intestines . If we don’t have enough, toxins can begin to build up and cause dysfunction and damage to your cells. Supplementing liposomal glutathione can help you replenish your glutathione stores and support detoxification.

☆Supports Mitochondrial Function

Many chronic illnesses are characterized by intense physical fatigue and low energy. By protecting mitochondria and allowing them to create ATP, liposomal glutathione may support healthy energy levels.

☆Promotes Healthy Aging

Supplementing liposomal glutathione may support energy levels, immunity, and neurological function in older adults .

☆Supports Brain Health

Liposomes are able to pass through the blood-brain barrier to carry their contents directly into neurons. In this way, liposomal glutathione may support brain health better than a non-liposomal supplement.

☆Supports Immunity

A recent study showed that supplementing oral liposomal glutathione altered the immune response to Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Mycobacterium bovis in individuals with type 2 diabetes. Over a period of three months, liposomal glutathione supplementation supported the reduction of oxidative stress and mycobacterial burden in patients, as well as supported the modulation of inflammatory cytokines.

Another study demonstrated that immune function markers were enhanced, including NK cell cytotoxicity and lymphocyte proliferation, after liposomal glutathione was administered to study participants for just two weeks .

Signs that you may have low glutathione include:

Sluggishness, fatigue

Brain fog

Poor memory

Lowered immune function

Digestive issues

Joint pain/muscle stiffness

Skin problems.

Liposomal glutathione may help restore your glutathione levels and maintain immune health, digestive function, brain health, and more.

The Potential Health Benefits of Liposomal Glutathione

Glutathione is one of the most abundant intracellular molecules in the body. It performs many roles, but primarily it acts as your most powerful antioxidant, combating free radicals and oxidative stress that can slow and eventually break down cellular function.

The power and therapeutic potential of glutathione is what led us to develop SRBio Liposomal Glutathione, using proprietary liposomal encapsulation technology that allows for maximum absorption on a cellular level.

Whether you are looking for detoxification or immune support, brain health, or longevity benefits, SRBio Liposomal Glutathione is a high-quality, science-backed supplement for supporting cellular health.

If you are looking for Liposomal Glutathione, please contact SRBio. We will provide the most suitable product for you.

Author: Alisa

Email: alisa@plantextractssr.com