Glutathione Primer

Great video from Modern Healthspan!

Key points:

  1. When you have a disease (diabetes, hyperlipidemia, COVID, cancer, etc…), your glutathione levels decrease.
  2. If they decrease too much you can get cytokine storms and other harmful effects.
  3. Glutathione production decreases at age 30.
  4. Glutathione demand does not decrease and even gets larger with age.
  5. Senescent cells create a greater demand for glutathione.
  6. Glutathione production can be increased by taking Cysteine, Glycine along with NAD.
  7. Direct glutathione supplements are a bit sketchy right now so best to take the precursors in 6. above.

Other info:

  1. Dr. Stanfield said Glutathione supplements are hard for your body to regulate which may cause an overdose. Best to go with precursors.

Part 1 of the series

Key takeaways

  1. Optimal Glutathione levels are 1000-1100
  2. Most people have levels in the 500-600 range
  3. Most people in the 400 and below range are in serious trouble
  4. Glutathione is the Master antioxidant in that other antioxidants such as vitamin C only provide energy to Glutathione molecules to regenerate themselves.