Glutathione helps to support the normal function of the immune system in the body.
On top of that, viral infections lead to increased use of glutathione because of the temporary increase in inflammation and physical stress that they cause.
During recovery, when the cells are resting, glutathione starts "cleaning up" reactive oxygen species along with other antioxidants found in the cell. Hydration is critical during recovery as flushing toxins in the cells from your body and acids that have built up during athletic activity.
Sufficient levels of glutathione support a healthy mood and a positive response to stress.
Glutathione, in particular, can support healthy memory ability and healthy cognitive function.*
Free radicals may contribute to aging and some diseases. Antioxidants help to counteract free radicals and protect the body from their damaging effects.
Glutathione is a very strong antioxidant, partly because high concentrations can be found in every cell in the body.
“We are exposed to so many toxins from our environment… food preservatives, car exhaust, cigarette smoke. Our civilization is more complicated so more demands are placed on glutathione. There’s a continuous need for glutathione replenishment. It’s like breathing air you continually need it
(Dr. Albert B. Crum, 2016)”.
1. Antioxidant activity
2. Preventing cancer progression
3. Reducing cell damage in liver disease
4. Improving insulin sensitivity
5. Reducing symptoms of Parkinson's disease
6. Reducing ulcerative colitis damage
1Jean Carper, Stop Aging Now, Harper-Collins Publishing © 1996, p124
MoPlatte Hyperbarics consists of coordinated and initiative team that parallels the cooperation that goes on between oxygen and glutathione.
CDr. Edward Fogarty, MD is a diagnostic radiology specialist in Bismarck, ND and has been practicing for 22 years. He graduated from University of Nebraska / College of Medicine in 1998 and specializes in diagnostic radiology.
MoPlatte Hyperbarics is a company that is dedicated to using glutathione wellness and hyperbaric therapy. The hyperbaric component is focused on developing facilities and chamber access located in the Missouri and the Platte River valley. The global need for glutathione is universal and links to oxygen.