To understand how this works, you have to understand phospholipids. Phospholipids are amphiphiles meaning that they attract water on one side, and are repelled by water on the other. The phospholipids are arranged in a sphere shape trapping the glutathione inside protecting it from the pepsin enzymes in the stomach which would break it down. When the liposome collides with a cell wall in the epithelium, they incorporate and it released the GSH inside of the cell. (This process has also been shown to strengthen cell walls.) Lactoferrin has been added to Glutathione Force which will accelerate the absorption process.
Articles in this section
- Glutathione Infographic
- How do I store Glutathione?
- What makes glutathione different than any other antioxidant?
- Why don’t typical glutathione supplements get absorbed?
- What’s the best time of day to take Glutathione Force?
- Why is it important to take glutathione force on an empty stomach?
- How does this product get absorbed?
- Is it okay to take Glutathione Force every day?