Quicksilver Scientific Liposomal Glutathione

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Quicksilver Scientific Liposomal Glutathione is an antioxidant supplement made with liposomal technology that is high bioavailability and absorbable to support detoxification, aging, immune health, and energy levels.Read More >
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Liposomal glutathione side effects are generally considered rare, but sensitivities to glutathione products sometimes occur and may cause mild side effects. If you experience liposomal glutathione side effects, stop use immediately and consult with your primary care physician.
Some people notice that glutathione has a taste that is not preferable. In most cases, this is normal and not a sign that the product is rancid or expired. You may choose to take this product with a juice or other liquid with a stranger taste to mask the flavor.
Rare side effects of liposomal glutathione can include an allergic reaction, headache, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal pain.
If you experience any of these rare side effects, stop use immediately and consult with your primary care physician. As with any dietary supplement, consult with your physician before starting any new supplement regimen.
The manufacturer recommends two pumps by mouth twice daily for most people, unless otherwise directed by your primary care physician. As with any dietary supplement, it is best to start with the lowest dose possible and increase gradually as needed. Do not exceed the manufacturer's recommended dosage unless otherwise directed by your physician. Liposomal glutathione should not be taken concurrently with other glutathione supplements.
What is the Difference Between Glutathione and Liposomal Glutathione? Glutathione is an antioxidant that attaches itself to free radicals and neutralizes them before they can damage cells. Glutathione also supports detoxification processes and also seeks to support the immune system. Antioxidants also scavenge toxins, including metals, pesticides, and pollutants. These compounds may build up in the body and contribute to a risk of health problems later in life.
Liposomal glutathione is a form of the antioxidant glutathione that has been combined with a lipid (fat). This combination makes it easier for the body to absorb and helps to ensure that the glutathione survives its journey through the body. The two supplements have the same basic function, but liposomal glutathione is considered to be a more effective form of the antioxidant.

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