Glutathione “The Master” Antioxidant is a tripeptide that is composed of three amino acids: cysteine, glycine, and glutamic acid. It is a powerful antioxidant found in every cell in the body. Glutathione can neutralize free radicals, regenerate vitamin C and E, remove mercury, from the brain, regulate cell growth and death, maintain mitochondria DNA, activate antioxidant enzymes, and more. Under perfect conditions it is produced in our cells, however, as we continue to age levels deplete. Contributing factors that cause levels to deplete are stress, poor sleep habits, poor diet, chronic illnesses, infection, weaker immune system, and more. Signs of low levels of glutathione are anemia, metabolic acidosis, loss of coordination, frequent infections, and more. There are numerous foods you can eat to help increase your glutathione levels. Consuming sulfur-rich food like meat, eggs, fish, grains, rice, bread, pasta, vegetables, onion, garlic, and broccoli. Consuming more dairy, and whey protein helps increase levels. Staying more active is another way to help increase levels. However even after we consume these products we loose a good percentage to our small intestine. The quickest way to get glutathione in your system is going to be intravenously. Through Glutathione IV therapy you can receive IV vitamins at its optimal levels. It by passes the small intestine allowing your body to receive 100% of the glutathione we are administering.