Studies have demonstrated that those individuals with high levels of Glutathione do not exhibit dementia. On the other hand, those with low levels of Glutathione are greatly at risk for Dementia; watch 2 minute video. 86,000 medical journal articles indicate that Glutathione fights dementia.
One of the findings is as follows: Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) represents an at-risk state for Dementia in which underlying patho-physiological mechanisms could be traced. Oxidative stress has been implicated in Dementia and can be measured by levels of the antioxidant Glutathione. There are studies that aim to assess in vivo levels of Glutathione via proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy in patients with MCI and to determine how Glutathione relates to cognitive decline.
In some studies patients with MCI and healthy control subjects underwent proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy in conjunction with medical, psychiatric, and neuropsychological assessments. The concentration of Glutathione was measured, and ratios of Glutathione were calculated. Neuro-psychological performance was assessed across the domains of processing speed, learning, memory, and executive functions. Studies have shown for the first time that : Glutathione relates to neuropsychological functioning in (MCI ) mild cognitive impairment, which represents an at-risk state for Dementia.
Comparing Methods of Delivering Glutathione
There are 3 ways to intake glutathione:
Orally: The Glutathione is not absorbed into the system. The stomach and gastric system just flush it out.
Intravenous (IV): Most effective method, but very expensive and very invasive.
Liposomal Delivery System: (“IV results with oral dosage”) is the best overall method; watch 2 min. video.
We found the Glutathione delivery method in this product to be the most effective: The Liposomes encapsulate the Glutathione enabling it to bypass the stomach and the gastric system. This achieves intravenous results with oral dosage.
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