Home | Products | Glutathione Glutathione Glutathione is the master antioxidant in the body and is heavily concentrated in tissues such as the liver, spleen and heart. Therefore, it plays a crucial role in immune function, detoxification capacity and protection against oxidative stress. The L-Glutathione formulation is performed, reduced glutathione (GSH) and provides a 250 mg dose in a one-capsule serving. Choose an option Free Shipping On Subscription Renewal One-Time Subscribe Save 10% Cancel when you want to Easily cancel with no fees required Edit your subscription anytime Control quantity, order, and payment details $44.99 $40.49 /month Deliver:Every month for $40.49 (10% off) one time $40.49 / month — save 10% Glutathione quantity Add to cart Refer to a Friend Login or Create an Account to get a referral link. Best Seller Best Seller ABOUT Glutathione is the master antioxidant in the body and is heavily concentrated in tissues such as the liver, spleen and heart. Therefore, it plays a crucial role in immune function, detoxification capacity and protection against oxidative stress. Dr. Joe’s Glutathione is pre-formed, containing reduced glutathione (GSH), and providing a 250 mg dose in a one-capsule serving. SUGGESTED USE 1 capsule per day or as recommended by your healthcare professional. INGREDIENT BENEFITS Glutathione and Detoxification Because of glutathione’s central role in detoxification, about 25% of all glutathione resides in the liver. Glutathione is more than simply an electron donor; glutathione plays an important role in protecting living cells from toxicity by detoxifying the reactive intermediates via enzymatic conjugation. Glutathione and Immune Health It is well known that the gastrointestinal cells, the mitochondria and the efficiency of immune cell function are three major factors in immune function. Glutathione happens to play a role in all three elements. When small intestinal mucosa atrophies, it causes an increase in epithelial permeability and compromised tight junctions, which can lead to translocation of bacteria. This translocation of bacteria is implicated in immune activation and autoimmunity. Studies have shown that this epithelial damage is in part due to the inability to mitigate reactive oxygen species (ROS). Supplementing with oral glutathione under conditions in which intracellular glutathione status is compromised can restore tissue glutathione and promote ROS metabolism, thereby mitigating tissue atrophy, according to a 2017 study published in the World Journal of Gastroenterology.