Alpha-Glutathione (90 capsules)

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PACK:
90 capsules in glass bottle.

PRECAUTIONS FOR USE:
This product does not interfere with any other medication and does not have any kind of contraindication. It can even be used by children, the elderly and pregnant women.

 

MAIN INGREDIENTS:

GLUTATHIONE REDUCED
N-ACETYLCYSTEINE
RED VINE
VITAMINA E
LYSINE

 

INGREDIENTS:

N-acetylcysteine, Red vine (Vitis vinifera L.) seeds, dry extract titrated to 95% in procyanidins, capsule: edible gelatine; L-glutathione reduced, vitamin E (DL-alpha tocopheryl acetate), L-lysine, anti-caking agents: magnesium salts of fatty acids, silicon dioxide.

Last updated: 21/01/2019

HOW ITS COMPONENTS WORK:
A strong antioxidant and detoxifying preparation consisting of glutathione reduced (GSH), N-acetylcysteine, grape extract, alpha-tocopherol (vitamin E) and lysine.

Glutathione reduced or GSH – “the conductor of antioxidants”, “master antioxidant” or “king of antioxidants” – is recognised by international scientific research.

Naturally present in the body, glutathione is an INDISPENSIBLE ally in combating the free radicals that damage our genetic heritage, accelerate ageing and weaken our immune defences. Glutathione purifies the body of toxic carcinogenic substances, peroxidases, heavy metals, poisons from fuel combustion and tobacco. It detoxifies cells, protects them and favours their biological function. It is essential during and after chemotherapy and for a period of 15 days after radiotherapy. Furthermore, it is also the real “orchestra conductor” of other antioxidants and without it, vitamins C and E cannot work properly.
Glutathione deficiency is the leading cause of ageing.
Low levels of glutathione have been associated with cataracts, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, liver diseases, atheromatous plaques, etc.
As glutathione is not found in the diet, levels of it gradually decrease over time and our natural reserves progressively weaken.

However, it is difficult for glutathione to pass through the intestinal barrier so Vita Complex has chosen the best ingredients and the ideal quantity to guarantee absorption.

N-acetylcysteine (INN) is an amino acid produced by the body that stimulates the production of glutathione, accelerating the regeneration of glutathione reduced. It is also a powerful antioxidant. We consider it a precursor to glutathione.

Grape extract is rich in procyanidins and tannins formed by catechin-type flavonoids. These have gained a reputation for their strong antioxidant properties thanks to the work of Prof. Roger Corder. They play a key role in modifying vascular function.

Alpha-tocopherol or vitamin E is also a great antioxidant and is strengthened by glutathione.

Lysine is an antioxidant amino acid, but is also essential for the growth and development of the sexual organs, muscles, skin and blood. It is not synthesized by the body and is therefore, described as “essential” and must be provided by the diet.

RECOMMENDED USES:
1 capsule in the morning on an empty stomach.

 

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Weight 0.175 kg