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Liposomal Glutathione Enhanced - anyone know about it or tried it?

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by snowathlete, Dec 11, 2011.

  1. snowathlete

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    Sallysblooms P.O.T.S. now SO MUCH BETTER!

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    Sally have you tried Let's Talk Health? Their liposomal C is cheaper and tastes way better than the livon labs. My nutritionist says they're a great company too.
     
  4. Sallysblooms

    Sallysblooms P.O.T.S. now SO MUCH BETTER!

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    Thanks. I can ask my doctor. I just get the brands he suggests. The taste is awful for the vit. C for sure.
     
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    Yeah the Livon Liposomal C tastes like something that belongs in an automobile engine. It's really gross. But the Let's Talk Health liposomal C is not bad at all, it's just a thick liquid that tastes tangy. Not great of course, but at least it doesn't taste toxic...

    They make liposmoal Glutathione as well I believe.
     
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    This does look Good Snow, but it is nearly $80 and thats a month!
     
  7. Sallysblooms

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    Yes, I don't want to even think about the cost of all of my supplements. The Lipo C and Glut. are just a couple of them. All I know is that they work. Priceless. I have my neuropathy reversed and that is big. (Benfotiamine and ALAMAX) Doctors sure can't do that with chemical med. Most supplements are so expensive, but if you have a doctor that helps you get the right brands and doses, there is no waste at least.
     
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    There are recipes on the net for homemade liposomal glutathine.

     
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    Another possibility is to supplement N-acetylcysteine, since cysteine is generally the rate-limiting factor in creating glutathione. This also might have the additional benefit of bringing down elevated glutamate and glycine levels.
     
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