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Glutathione Liposomal

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Glutathione Liposomal

Easy use Sachets (Travel Pack) Secret of Longevity
Sachets Box of 30

Liposomal Glutathione in easy use Sachets. Multifunctional and indispensable to health, longevity and even life itself. It's the most important molecule you need to stay healthy. There are more than 89,000 medical articles about it. Now availble in simple dose Sachets.


The ultimate Glutathione dose whilst you travel or are on the road, with these easy to use sachets with no refridgeration needed. SF (GSH) - formulated with Sunflower Lecithin - 30 individual sachets.

The perfect easy way to use Glutathione. If you are travelling a lot or keep forgetting your Liposomal Glutathione in the fridge, you can now keep the sachets on you at all times. Or take the exact amount of sachets with you. Although the bottles of Glutathione have a good shelf life even after being opened (as long as you refridgerate) there is nothing more convinient and easy than the sachets, you only use the exact amount and can safely leave the box of sachets anywhere.

Glutathione is truly one of the wonders of nature. It’s multifunctional and indispensable to health, longevity and even life itself. It's the most important molecule you need to stay healthy - yet you've probably never heard of it. 

Glutathione is a peptide which is a naturally occurring protein. Glutathione (GSH) is a very small tripeptide composed of three amino acids: glycine, glutamine and cysteine. It is made by every cell in your body. Glutathione is a great detoxifier, your liver harbors the most concentrated source of Glutathione because it is the organ of detoxification. Your body uses Glutathione to protect you from pollution, radiation, drugs, carcinogenic chemicals and heavy metals. Modern living even exposes us to toxins in our water and food. Dealing with this onslaught is especially difficult for people with certain neurological conditions such as autism, because they have difficulty ridding their bodies of toxins. Liposomal Glutathione had an amazing and informative article written on it, called the "Anti-oxidant of Longevity" By Dr Steven Rochlitz. We highly recommend picking up that issue

Liposomal Glutathione Sachets

  • Secret of Longevity
  • A powerful regenerator of immune cells.
  • Helps keep the body detoxified.
  • Combats the negative effects of stress.
  • Important in the synthesis of DNA and the maintenance DNA
  • Has powerful anti-viral properties.
  • Activates enzymes vital for the removal of all toxic build up at the cellular level.
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What is Glutathione

There are two forms of glutathione: the reduced glutathione (GSH), which is also called L-glutathione, and the oxidised glutathione (GSSG). When the GSH molecules exert their antioxidant effects on the reactive oxygen species, they oxidize and turn into GSSG. The commercial glutathione products available today contain reduced glutathione, since this is the active form. This is why the term “L-glutathione” is sometimes interchanged with glutathione.

According to a study published in the Journal of Integrative Medicine, the ratio of GSH to GSSG determines the cellular redox status. A ratio of 1-to-10 means that the cells are exposed to oxidant stress. The glutathione system is also composed of two groups of enzymes: glutathione peroxidase (GPx) and glutathione S-transferases (GSTs) — both of which mediate its antioxidative effects.

Even though glutathione is naturally synthesized in your cells, your body’s levels of it may still decrease, especially as you age; glutathione also does not act alone in your body , it needs coenzymes to perform its various enzymatic roles. Glutathione levels may also be affected by certain diseases, such as cancer, acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), Type 2 diabetes, hepatitis and Parkinson’s disease. Other external factors that may deplete this essential substance include - Poor diet, Pollution, Toxins, Medications

Multiple Benefits

Glutathione is easily the most important agent in keeping the body detoxified and healthy. Glutathione is vitally important in the synthesis of DNA and the maintenance DNA, the synthesis of protein and amino acids, so the body can utilise them effectively. Also glutathione plays an important part in the removal of synthetic chemical toxins and carcinogens and resulting free radicals whilst playing a significant role in optimising the immune system. In addition, it is essential in protecting cells from oxidisation and activates enzymes vital for the removal of all toxic build up at the cellular level.

Glutathione also has exceptionally strong antiviral effects. High levels of glutathione in the body and subsequently in tissues and blood serum, have been shown to inhibit and prevent the replication of virtually all pathogens. By the same token, if the levels of glutathione are too low in the body, the body is far more susceptible to virus and pathogen invasion. The good news is that your body produces its own glutathione. The bad news is that poor diet, pollution, toxins, medications, stress, trauma, aging, infections and radiation all deplete your glutathione. This leaves you susceptible to unrestrained to a lack of health.

Fights oxidative stress
Low levels of glutathione have been linked to high oxidative stress, which may lead to a number of serious health issues. Studies have shown that maintaining normal glutathione levels may help protect the body against oxidative damage.

Skin & Beauty
A 2017 study published in the Clinical, Cosmetic and Investigational Dermatology shows that the reduced and oxidized forms of glutathione may help reduce the appearance of wrinkles and improve skin elasticity.

Fights age-related health issues
Research shows that improving glutathione synthesis through higher dietary cysteine intake may help stave off age-related health issues, as it has a favorable effect on muscle and vascular health, bone density and cognitive function.

Heart & Circulation
Studies have shown that increasing your glutathione levels may reduce your risk of heart attack and other cardiovascular diseases, since it protects the heart tissues against oxidative stress. A study shows that glutathione may help improve leg arterial circulation and prolong pain-free walking distance (PFWD) of patients with peripheral artery disease.

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Parkinson’s & Alzheimer’s
Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease are both linked to oxidative stress and low levels of glutathione. Increasing the amount of this antioxidant in your body may help slow or ameliorate the progression of these neurodegenerative disorders.

According to a 2013 study published in Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta, glutathione may help fight against microbial, viral and parasitic infections while enhancing the functional activity of immune cells and improving your innate and adaptive immunity.

Type 2 diabetes
Uncontrolled hyperglycemia is often accompanied by low glutathione levels, which may lead to higher oxidative stress and tissue damage. Research shows that increasing your body’s level of this antioxidant may help protect you against oxidative damage despite persistent hyperglycemia.

Psoriasis vulgaris is a common autoimmune disease that’s linked to higher levels of oxidative stress and systemic inflammation. Research shows that increasing glutathione levels by consuming whey protein may help treat patients with psoriasis.

According to a 2009 study published in the journal Autoimmunity Reviews, glutathione may help regulate inflammation by stimulating or inhibiting your body’s immunological response.

Anemia & Kidney Failure  
Research shows that glutathione may help increase the levels of red blood cells in in patients who are suffering from chronic renal failure and undergoing hemodialysis, making it a useful compound for the treatment and management of anemia in patients with kidney disease.

Glutathione Deficiency

Glutathione deficiency makes you more susceptible to oxidative stress, which is why it’s considered a key factor in the pathogenesis of many health problems. Numerous studies have confirmed its influence on the development, progression and prognosis of various diseases. A study published in the Journal of Inherited Metabolic Diseases shows that glutathione deficiency contributes to the progressive nature of mitochondrial diseases, as it hinders the body’s ability to fight oxidative stress and impairs the activity of the electron transport chain (ETC), which is essential for proper cellular function.

Another study also linked deficiency to the progression of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF), a lung disease with unknown etiology. The level of glutathione in the lower respiratory tract of IPF patients was compared to that of the healthy, nonsmoking participants. Result shows that the glutathione level of IPF patients is lower than the healthy participants, confirming the role of antioxidant deficiency in the pathogenesis of IPF.

According to a 2012 study published in the Clinical and Developmental. We suggest you look up further the serious health issues associated with a lack of Glutathione. Additionally, male fertility may be negatively affected by low glutathione levels and was found to be a possible therapy for sperm health and numbers.

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A powerful antioxidant that is naturally produced by the body. It provides a long list of benefits, from helping prevent oxidative damage to improving skin health and protecting the immune system. It’s found in, and used by, every cell and tissue in the body, making it a vital molecule for a number of physiological processes.

However, there’s a variety of factors that may deplete your body’s glutathione levels over time, resulting in a number of health issues, including a weakened immune system, cell mutations and higher susceptibility to health issues.  Why not continue more research on this natural antioxidant and the ways to maintain normal levels of it in your body.

Eating for Glutathione

Glutathione naturally occurs in some foods, including raw asparagus, almonds, spinach, broccoli, walnuts, garlic, tomatoes, cucumber, watercress and chives. However, it may not be well-absorbed from these dietary sources. Cooking, storage and farming methods may also reduce the amount of glutathione in foods. Fortunately, you don’t have to eat glutathione-rich foods just to obtain this antioxidant naturally, since you can also maximise your body’s ability to synthesise it by eating foods that are rich in its precursors.

Grass Fed Whey protein powder: Whey protein provides the amino acids that your body needs to produce glutathione.32 Plus, it contains a unique cysteine residue known as glutamylcysteine, which is highly bioactive in its affinity for converting to glutathione.When buying whey protein powder, make sure that you choose a cold-pressed product that’s derived from grass fed cows to guarantee that it’s free from harmful chemicals, hormones and sugar.

Allium and Cruciferous Vegetables: Allium vegetables, like garlic, onions, leeks and chives, as well as cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli, cauliflower, kale, cabbage and Brussels sprouts, have high amounts of sulfur-containing amino acids that are essential for glutathione production.

Grass fed Meat and Pastured Eggs: Grass fed meat and pastured eggs are also excellent sources of sulfur-containing amino acids.

Selenium: Selenium also plays a role in the formation of glutathione,37 so consuming foods that are rich in this nutrient may help improve your body’s glutathione levels. Some dietary sources of selenium include wild-caught seafood and organ meat.38 Foods that contain alpha-lipoic acid (ALA) may also promote the production of glutathione in the body. These include organ meats, spinach, broccoli and Brussels sprouts.

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Per 5 ml serving

  • Glutathione 450 mg
  • Phosphatidyl Choline 400mg

Highest quality European ingredients.
Other Ingredients:

Phosphatidyl Choline derived from non GMO Sunflower Lecithin, Water, Vitamin E (antioxidant), Potassium Sorbate (preservative)

GMO-Free / No soy / No sugar or sweeteners / No flavourings / No colourants.
Suitable for vegetarians... This product has been developed and manufactured in a HACCP registered European laboratory using only European sourced components. Special techniques have been used to ensure the stability and efficacy of the product.

Liposomal Glutathione Flavoured
Flavoured with Natural Vanilla and Apricot.

Per 5 ml serving

  • Glutathione 180 mg
  • Phosphatidyl Choline 400mg

Highest quality European ingredients.
Other Ingredients:

Phosphatidyl Choline (derived from non-GMO soy) Water, Vitamin E (antioxidant).
Potassium Sorbate (preservative). Natural Vanilla and Apricot Flavour.


  • Shake before use.
  • Take half - one teaspoon (2.5ml - 5ml) or as recommended by your health care professional. Do not exceed the recommended daily intake. 
  • Can be mixed with water or juice to dilute.
  • Keep refrigerated after opening.

NOTE: Glutathione should only be taken for a month then a break should be given, ideally another month to six weeks.


  • Brand: Lipolife.
  • Size: 100 / 250ml.
  • Options: Normal or Flavoured (See Ingredients).
  • Container: Darkened plastic bottle (BPA free)
  • Storage: Refridgerate once opened. keep out of reach of children.
  • Estimated shelf life from purchase: 1 year.


Q - I've noticed the Glutathione has a strong sulphur-like/egg-like smell; is this normal?
A - Yes, the glutathione is derived from sulphur so similarity of odour is to be expected. It is unlikely you'd want to sniff it for pleasure, but is entirely normal/natural.


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