Glutathione FAQ

Glutathione Questions

What is Intracellular Glutathione?

Intracellular Glutathione is the most powerful, versatile and important of the self-generated antioxidants. Glutathione is often called the Master Antioxidant.

Antioxidants are critical to combating oxidative stress caused by free radicals. Glutathione has the ability to neutralize these free radicals and prevent damage to the cell.

Glutathione is present in every cell in the body, and has been deemed so important with so many vital functions that it is considered coincident with the "origin of life."

Glutathione levels decrease with age, in times of oxidative stress and infection. It’s synthesis takes place only intracellularly and depends on a specific ratio of three essential amino acids.

What are the benefits of producing Intracellular Glutathione at optimal levels?

IF200 protects every cell, tissue organ in the body, resulting in total body care.

Total Body Empowerment includes -

  • Brain Health
  • Immune Support
  • Athletic Recovery
  • Skin Health
  • Reproductive Health
  • Anti-Aging
  • Anti-Inflammatory
  • Anti-Allergen
  • Detoxification
  • Indulgence Recovery
  • NrF2 Activation
Learn more about the research behind each of these health benefits.
What is the precursor method?

The components of IF200 are exactly the same as those the body uses to make glutathione naturally, enabling your body to make its own Glutathione naturally and self-regulate.

PRO-GSH compounds are precursors to GSH(Glutathione) and are well studied. IF200 is a precursor approach to increasing GSH. This approach has been associated with better outcomes in HIV, Influenza, and Hepatitis C.

Seriously low levels of the body’s natural glutathione can result from exogenous dosing (direct supplementation); as well as mild documented drug interactions.

Food is the first natural source of what our body needs. Amino acids needed are primarily in kale, broccoli, and peas, but it is difficult to consume in the proper ratio.