Dr Patel

Reviewed By: Dr. Patel
Author: Auro Team

Spotlight on Glutathione

Glutathione – If you are interested in longevity, you’ve probably heard about it. In fact, the word Glutathione has been searched over 45 million times! 

Why? Well, this Master Antioxidant is getting the accolades it deserves. It is a naturally occurring antioxidant produced by the liver that detoxifies the body – affecting overall health in numerous ways. Dr. Nayan Patel has studied Glutathione for decades. He powerfully outlines his findings in The Glutathione Revolution a guidebook to understanding how this antioxidant affects overall vitality.  As scientists advance research impacting our health and longevity, more and more information about how Glutathione is also uncovered. 

Here’s what you need to know-

Glutathione: The Facts

Glutathione, produced by the liver, has the job of ridding the body of toxins – making it vitally important to the immune system’s proper functioning and building and repairing tissues. Found in almost every body cell, Glutathione allows the body to detoxify cells and keeps us healthy, fighting against the free radicals that stress the body. These free radicals can be anything from UV exposure, everyday stress, alcohol, and more.

Finding the Balance

Free radicals are unstable atoms that can damage cells. The free radicals take electrons from other molecules, leaving them stressed and unstable. The chemical reactions that create energy production are a primary source of free radicals, but lifestyle choices and stress of modern life tip the scales further. Oxidative stress occurs when the body does not have ample Glutathione antioxidant fighting power to combat free radicals.  

So here’s the gist – our body creates its own free radicals, add on the external free radicals that besiege our bodies. This sets the stage for adverse effects on the body, from low energy levels and dull skin to chronic and degenerative diseases. On top of that, as we age, naturally occurring Glutathione levels wane. Our essential free radical fighter loses its fighting power when we need it the most.  

The key is to find homeostasis.  When we have plentiful Glutathione antioxidants, the body can neutralize stressors. What does this mean for you? Glutathione is a vital detoxifier, protector, energizer, and beautifier, so increasing levels leads to better overall health. This includes the ability to battle against disease and sickness and ultimately have better energy, sleep, and even smoother skin! 

So the big question – how do we increase our vitality-inducing Glutathione?

You CAN have an Impact on Your Glutathione Levels 

Here’s how to work to reduce your oxidative stress load. Living a healthy lifestyle that does not need increased detoxification is critical. 

  1. De-Stress: find a way to reduce stress in your life, from yoga and meditation to unplugging from devices. The electromagnetic fields (EMFs) from smartphones, computers, and tablets can cause oxidative stress and strain the body. 
  2. Supplements: Auro’s Glutaryl is a powerful transdermal supplement that gets Glutathione deep into the dermis, a cellular breakthrough to manage stress and toxins. Dr. Patel developed the Auro GSH™ Antioxidant Delivery System, a patented, first-of-its-kind technology that optimizes antioxidant absorption and efficacy. Glutaryl is an easy 4-sprays-a-day Glutathione delivery system.
  3. Food: Seek out Glutathione-boosting foods that are fresh, organic and have a good balance of protein, carbohydrates, and fat. Foods with high concentrations of Glutathione include avocados, strawberries, asparagus, and Selenium-rich foods. Ditch highly processed foods that contain preservatives and chemicals. 
  4. Exercise: Moderate exercise is excellent for Glutathione conservation. Commit to  leisurely 3- to 60-minute walks, strength training using your body, yoga, and stretching exercises. 

Now you know what the hype is about: Glutathione is your best defense against free radical damage – and Glutaryl and Glutaryl + have the delivery you need to make an impact. Glutathione and good health go hand in hand!

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