Learn more about Glutathione
Additionally, GSH is a potent anti-oxidant that breaks down free radicals that if left unchecked, may damage cells and DNA. Consequently, this can contribute to signs of ageing and a number of health conditions. Furthermore, GSH also plays a role in the maintenance of lipoic acid, vitamin c and vitamin e levels.
Why do we add GSH to our IV drips?
The body can produce its own glutathione, however it is depleted by poor diet, toxins, medications, stress, trauma, infection, alcohol, age and radiation. GSH is an essential nutrient and should be part of a healthy diet. Because there are so many factors that can influence your GSH levels, Alive IV Clinics can make up for that shortfall. Our aim is to ensure you have access to the right nutrients to promote healthy body function.
Furthermore, Alive IV Clinics only use the highest quality nutrients to support healthy body function. Because GSH is so essential for normal body function, if you’re noticing any symptoms of GSH deficiency (see the section below), then you should contact us.
IV drip therapy is far more successful than oral supplements. The effectiveness of oral supplements are limited to your digestive systems ability to absorb all the nutrients. However, IV drip therapy delivers high quality water soluble vitamins directly into your blood stream. This allows for far greater absorption levels when compared to oral supplements.
GSH Deficiency and Symptoms
A deficiency in GSH can lead to a range of symptoms including:
- Lethargy – lack energy, enthusiasm and always feeling tired
- Aches and pains in joints or muscles
- Poor immune function
- Bad sleep