“Super G” Nutrient STOPS Any Disease
When it comes to chronic diseases, we’re definitely moving in the wrong direction.
By now, you would think that heart disease and cancer would be on the decline… not remaining solidly at the top of the Biggest Killer list… and impacting a shocking one out of three Americans.
And we know from years of experimentation that Big Pharma’s pills won’t put a stop to these conditions.
But researchers have found that getting enough of a certain “super G” nutrient could be the key to sidestepping diseases like cancer, heart disease, arthritis, and more.
The only problem? You’re probably deficient in it.
It’s found in every cell in your body.
It neutralizes free radicals, helps remove toxins and carcinogens from your body, is necessary for a strong immune system, and helps repair damaged DNA.
It also removes toxic heavy metals from your brain and helps prevent fat buildup.
So it’s no surprise that your body’s master antioxidant – glutathione – is essential for combatting just about every chronic disease you can think of.
It’s also no surprise that not getting enough can impair immune function, make your more vulnerable to pathogens, and increase your risk of heart disease.
In fact, studies show that virtually 100% of patients with heart disease, cancer, arthritis, diabetes, autoimmune diseases, Alzheimer’s, and more are deficient in glutathione.
The more we learn about the glutathione’s importance, the more health experts are sounding the alarm about the dangers of not getting enough.
Today, I’m going to turn up the volume on that alarm because most Americans are deficient, and fixing that deficiency could be the key to preventing every last chronic disease.
It’s not because glutathione is some sort of magic potion… it’s because it supports all of the critical systems in your body that allow your own body to get rid of the threat.
So where is all your glutathione going? It’s getting robbed.
Robbed by pharmaceutical drugs, by poor diet, by stress, by infections, by environmental toxins. And worst of all… age.
Even in a perfect world, your “Super G” levels are cut in half by the time you hit 70.
So what’s a typical glutathione-deficient person to do?
That’s easy… take a supplement!
Oral supplementation with glutathione has been shown to increase glutathione levels in red blood cells, white blood cells, and lymph cells. And it significantly reduces oxidative stress.
You can also eat glutathione-boosting foods like foods high in sulfur (kale and broccoli), allium vegetables (onions and garlic), vitamin C (citrus fruits and red peppers), and vitamin E (almonds and spinach).
Other supplements have been found to help your body produce more of its own glutathione. These include N-acetyl cysteine, alpha–lipoic acid, melatonin, and selenium.
However you boost your glutathione levels, just make sure you’re making it a TOP PRIORITY.