I'm sure most people have heard that vitamins are good for you. Vitamins do a lot, but today we will discuss antioxidants. Antioxidants are essential for conservation of cells. If you have been consuming citrus fruits then you are getting plenty of vitamin C. For a while now this vitamin has been held as one of the top antioxidants, however there is a more potent antioxidant that goes by the name of glutathione. This is an antioxidant that is naturally created by the body. Of course if you are not consuming the right foods then your glutathione levels could be quite low. Dr. Oz explains,
Do not rush to the store and get yourself a bottle of glutathione yet! Some supplements are effective and others tend to degrade in the stomach due to HCL and enzymes. So, the better sources of glutathione are foods or by supplements that circumvent the degrading process in the stomach. One source that claims to circumvent the stomach-acid issue is Upgraded Glutathione Force.
Back of the package.
The price, as of the moment of this writing, is an expensive $60!
There are four tubes, each of 10 servings, for a total of 40 servings.
While you can see stevia and cinnamon oil in the ingredients list the gold-looking glutathione tastes quite awful. If I had to describe the taste, I would say that it tastes like the gloves that dentists use. I would take the serving first thing in the morning, prepare the Bulletproof Coffee, and then wash the aftertaste with the creamy drink.
Now, I'm in my mid to late 20s and frankly I cannot tell that there is a significant difference in me based on this single product. But, I have to say that I understand that health is a holistic topic. The addition of food, supplements, and physical activity, have an effect in the body's health state. Age of course matters, and I presume that the older I get the more I'll have to supplement in some areas. Currently I do not feel that I need Glutathione Force. At $60 I cannot recommend this product--I think I can buy plenty of delicious and nutritious food for the same amount.
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