Glutathione is made up of three amino acids – Glutamine, Cysteine and Glycine. And because your stomach acid digests proteins, the bonds between the aminos in a typical oral supplement get denatured and broken apart before they reach your gut. After that happens, there’s no guarantee your system will be able to reconstruct them and use them to produce glutathione.
Articles in this section
- How do I store Glutathione?
- Glutathione Infographic
- 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?