When we travel, we are exposed to many different bacteria, toxins and viruses. In a plane, we are subject to the health of everyone on the plane. Same with parties, cookouts, events, etc. Our sleep patterns are often interrupted and we may even over-indulge with food and drink.

How many times have you vacationed and come home sick – or became sick during your vacation? One way to greatly reduce the risk of being sick or “coming down with something” is to schedule a Glutathione push. I recommend at least one before your trip or vacation and one after your trip or vacation to ensure maximum benefits.

Why do a Glutathione push?

Glutathione is our No. 1 anti-oxidant and protects our immune system. Our immune system is attacked and compromised daily by herbicides and pesticides, airborne and water borne toxins, stress, poor sleep, exposure to people with colds and viruses, chemicals, solvents, etc. Children are born with more than 300 chemicals in their body (of the chemicals we have identified). Further, our most important antioxidant, Glutathione, is often severely depleted or malfunctioning often due to stress or autoimmune reactions and aging.

Key Benefits of Glutathione

Glutathione is an amino acid synthesized from Cysteine. It is critical to have in large quantities because:
Is the most powerful antioxidant in the body – neutralizes free radicals
Detoxifies environmental pollutants
Is involved in the immune process with transport of amino acids across the cell membrane
Improves macrophage (white blood cell) function (immunity)
Is necessary for integrity of the red blood cell wall
Is critical to the nitric oxide cycle (energy)

Do you suffer from an auto-immune disease?

We also provide this treatment to clients who have received chemotherapy treatments or who suffer from autoimmune diseases like lupus, Crohn’s disease, rheumatoid arthritis, thyroid disease, and inflammatory bowel disease. Glutathione can help neutralize free radicals and is essential to treating inflammation.

Contact us if you’re interested in scheduling a glutathione push, or have additional questions.
AUSTIN, TX (512) 266-6713 | COLLEGE STATION, TX (979) 691-8100
ODESSA, TX (432) 362-5433 | SAN ANTONIO, TX (210) 497-5371

Reference: You can learn more about glutathione by reading this scholarly article, posted at this website: http://associatesofmax.com/PubMed/American%20Society%20for%20Nutritional%20Sciences.pdf.

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