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Spoon filled with glutathione supplement capsules and held over a white plate

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Although glutathione plays an important role in the body as an antioxidant, supplementing with glutathione has not been shown to slow aging or benefit most people with conditions associated with reduced levels of glutathione, such as cancer, cataracts, HIV infection and diabetes, although there may be a modest benefit among older people with type 2 diabetes.

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micheline14067
May 31, 2017

Glutathione is very important for the immune system, especially if you have mthfr. It is not easy to absorb and I'm trying the sublingual hoping it works. NAC upset my stomach.

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May 31, 2017

We are not aware of clinical evidence showing that gluathione supplementation (i.e., taken by mouth) will help with any medical condition. If you know of a study that has shown a benefit, please let us know so we can review it. Thank you.

Charlotte17468
January 16, 2019

I had been using glutathione as a patch a few years back and felt very good on it. Don't remember the manufacturer

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