Reset and Detox with Liposomal Glutathione

June 26, 2020

Reset and Detox with Liposomal Glutathione

In this article:

  • Detoxification & the liver
  • Glutathione as the body's master antioxidant
  • What is Glutathione anyways?
  • How to reset with Liposomal Glutathione
  • Amandean's high-bioavailability Setria Liposomal Glutathione

Between our diets, the environment, and everyday contact with chemicals, toxins are always among us. That is why detoxing is essential for living happy and healthy lives. Not sure how to begin your detox? Two words: Liposomal Glutathione.

Reset and Detox with Liposomal Glutathione

Every once in a while, it is necessary to hit the reset button. Starting fresh and detoxing is a common practice that we are all used to doing on a regular basis. We reset our electronics when systems need to be updated, or when they stop working correctly. We clean out and declutter our homes and closets that have become disorganized and overfull. We even reset our emotional mindsets from time to time, detoxing from the negative and inviting in the positive. Just like everything else, it is crucial we hit the reset button for our bodies. The liver and kidneys are primarily responsible for eliminating toxins from your body. The liver is a great place to start a good cleanse, as it is the largest and heaviest organ in the body. Today, let's dive into how including the master antioxidant liposomal glutathione into your diet can support your liver's detoxification process.

The Liver

As we said, the liver is pretty large, so it should be no surprise that it has a pretty large job to do, or should we say about 500 jobs. Yes, the liver is responsible for 500 functions, but today we will focus on its detoxification function. The liver is responsible for filtering the blood from the digestive tract before passing through the rest of the body. It detoxifies chemicals and metabolizes drugs, which produces bile and helps to digest food and fats. The liver also processes nutrients from foods, builds proteins, breaks down fat, produces cholesterol, and converts glucose into glycogen.

The liver uses enzymes and oxygen to burn toxins and combines these toxins with amino acids so that they are released from the liver through either the bowels or urinary tract. You can also thank the liver for building immunity which fights off infections and diseases.

Glutathione

Glutathione, produced naturally by the body, is the powerhouse of antioxidants. It is found in most tissues, but shows up in higher concentrations in the liver. Glutathione is a tripeptide made up of three essential amino acids: cysteine, glutamate, and glycine. It is designed to protect and support the cells from free radicals that cause oxidative stress. Glutathione works hard in the liver to help detoxify from chemicals, pollutants, and drugs by facilitating excretion from the cells and the body. When it comes to boosting immunity, Liposomal Vitamin C is not the only immune system hero. Because of glutathione’s antiviral and antibacterial properties, it strengthens the t-cells, boosting immunity.

Glutathione levels, unfortunately, tend to decrease over time due to factors such as aging, poor nutrition, environmental toxins, and stress. This decrease in natural levels of glutathione can result in complications like fatty liver disease. However, incorporating a highly bioavailable glutathione supplement is necessary to ensure that the body's cells are receiving adequate nutrients.

Liposomal Glutathione for Liver Detox

Liposomal glutathione provides support for the liver tissue and supports the antioxidant defenses and detoxification in an innovative liposomal form. Liposomal glutathione is the most bioavailable formula on the market. Liposomes protect glutathione from the stomach's harsh, acidic environment, which ensures high absorption. By utilizing optimally sized liposomal encapsulation technology (LET), Amandean Liposomal Glutathione maximizes absorbency for cellular repair. It is better able to fight free radicals and increase blood glutathione levels, and the results are comparable to IV vitamin treatments.

Experience Liposomal Glutathione

Amandean Liposomal Glutathione is an advanced formula made with liposomes for optimal absorption speed and efficacy, gold standard Setria Glutathione from Japan, ultra-pure water, and phosphatidylcholine from non-hydrogenated sunflower lecithin. We are committed to sourcing clean ingredients and producing a formula that ensures maximum bioavailability, a crucial factor in liver detox results. Not only does liposomal glutathione help detoxify the liver, but it also helps optimize cognitive functions, promotes energy and recovery, and helps to reduce signs of aging in the skin.

Liposomal Glutathione can be added into your favorite juice and smoothie (post blend), making it easy to incorporate into your daily routine. For best absorption, take liposomal glutathione between meals or on an empty stomach. Detoxing is an important part of a healthy lifestyle. Your liver works hard to ensure your body is functioning properly. Adding a daily Liposomal Glutathione supplement to your routine is the best way to reset and stay healthy.

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Summary Points

  • The liver and kidneys are primarily responsible for eliminating toxins from your body.
  • The liver detoxifies chemicals and metabolizes drugs, which produces bile and helps us to digest food and fats.
  • Found in your cells, glutathione is known as the body's master antioxidant with antiviral & antibacterial characteristics.
  • Supplementing with Liposomal Glutathione offers comparable results to IV treatments due to its high bioavailability.
  • Glutathione also promotes cognitive health, physical recovery, and can improve your complexion.

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Article References

  1. Liver: Anatomy and Functions. Retrieved on May 12, 2020. From https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/conditions-and-diseases/liver-anatomy-and-functions 
  2. How to Boost Your Immune System. Retrieved on May 12, 2020 From https://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/how-to-boost-your-immune-system
  3. How Does Oxidative Stress Affect the Body. Retrieved on May 12, 2020. From https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/324863




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