Once the substance hits the blood stream, the PEGylated liposomes come into play, as they keep the active ingredients ‘stealth’ from the phagocytes. Phagocytes, which derives from the Greek word “phagos” which means to eat or consume, are the agents in the blood that “eat” away the foreign bodies entering the system, regardless if they’re good or bad for us. By making the product ‘stealth’, very little of the active ingredient is “eaten” by phagocytes, and as result, allows for much more of the product viable for use by the body. The barrier coating allows the active ingredient to stay in the plasma much longer and in higher quantities than other oral forms, and even IV. This allows for an increase in absorption that is unmatched by traditional supplementation.
Convenient product synthesis and packaging
The addition of vitamin C helps to keep GSH in a reduced state so it helps to recycle and maintain a “slow peak” glutathione level. In recent animal studies conducted at Charles River Labs, oral doses of Glutasome™ exhibited higher blood serum levels and longer circulation times in the plasma when compared to IV injection. In comparison, traditional oral forms of L-Glutathione (capsule) tend to be the most poorly absorbed because it is hydrolyzed gastric juices in during the digestive process and further undergoes degradation by the liver enzyme, leaving very low levels of substance bioavailability. Glutasome™ uses pharmaceutical grade stick pack sachet design to dispense Glutasome™. The product is nitrogen-infused to help displace oxygen and maintain stability, ensuring the integrity of every dose. And with a convenient 5- inch sachet, you can practically bring your doses of Glutasome™ anywhere you go.
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