atlanta logo Get Started






Glutathione is a substance composed of 3 amino acids: Glutamine, Cysteine, and Glycine. It is present in some amount in every living organism on earth. This substance is naturally produced in the liver and nerve cells in humans. Glutathione enhances immune functions, builds protein and other chemicals, and builds and repairs damaged tissue.

Glutathione levels in the body can be significantly affected by stress, an imbalanced diet, and environmental toxins. Its decline can lead to the risk of serious health conditions involving heart disease or affecting memory in the case of Alzheimer’s.

How does it work?

Glutathione acts as an essential antioxidant in a human’s body by fighting off free radicals that cause damage to the body’s cells. It detoxifies chemicals naturally produced by the body and those created by drugs and pollutants in the surrounding environment.

How to use Glutathione?

Glutathione is administered topically or intravenously and can also be given as an inhalant. It is available as an oral supplement in capsules and liquid form. The oral ingestion of Glutathione is not generally recommended as its effect on the body is less impactful than it is when taken intravenously.

It depends on the individuals’ preference and what is prescribed to them by their specialist. If you prefer to ingest Glutathione orally, you should have it with a glass of water. Please check the directions before using it or consult with your medical professional if needed.

How is GLUTATHIONE advantageous for you?

  • It reduces oxidative stress.
  • It naturally recycles other antioxidants.
  • It assists in the manufacturing and reparation of DNA and proteins within the body.
  • It aids in producing proteins that build up muscle and skin tissues.
  • It increases skin elasticity.
  • It enhances immune functions.
  • It reduces cell damage in alcoholic and non-alcoholic fatty liver.

After completing a medical evaluation form online and reviewing your health assessment needs, a personalized treatment plan will be prescribed upon your consultation.