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Which glutathione?

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by Cheesus, Apr 27, 2014.

  1. PeterPositive

    PeterPositive Senior Member

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    I've seen those too. Very expensive product and not very convincing from a scientific standpoint. They claim all sorts of fabulous effects but is there any real independent evidence that they work?

    If they really do, it would be pretty groundbreaking.
     
  2. Mya Symons

    Mya Symons Mya Symons

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    I agree. Seems to good to be true.
     
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    It looks like there's a pretty glaring difference:
    The Swanson cream lists "Setria® glutathione [as L-glutathione (oxidized)]".
    The Kirkman Labs bottle says (in all caps): "EACH 1 GRAM (MEASURING SCOOP ENCLOSED) SUPPLIES 180 MG. OF REDUCED L-GLUTATHIONE."

    If you're having trouble reducing oxidized glutathione, why would you take oxidized glutathione?
    This is an old thread, but I'd sure be interested in hearing from anyone who has taken any transdermal glutathione, reduced or not.
     
  5. kyzcreig

    kyzcreig Senior Member

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    I did switch back to kirkman and found it better
     
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