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Vitamin D & Glutathione: new relationships and research you should know about

Vitamin D & Glutathione: new relationships and research you should know about

Update: 2022-01-202
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Glutathione deficiency is a common feature that complicates infections. We review new research linking suboptimal glutathione levels with increased disease severity and discuss how glutathione is related to vitamin D status as well as ways to support glutathione levels from a nutrition and lifestyle standpoint.

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Link to research: https://bit.ly/3tHZoVa

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0:06 Vitamin D and Glutathione levels appear to be related

0:42 Diseases linked with low glutathione levels

1:43 Glutathione is found in high concentrations in the liver

3:04 Mitochondria health depends on glutathione status

3:31 Exercise and Glutathione: very important for mitochondrial health

4:50 Fatty liver, mitochondrial dysfunction and glutathione

5:34 Fascinating paper about glutathione and Vitamin D you should read

6:00 This image tells the story quite well

8:00 Please share this video if you’re digging it

8:46 New Electrolyte pre-sale

11:03 Glutathione and The C*19 virus

12:14 Low Glutathione even in young people who get infected

14:47 Glutathione impacts vitamin D binding and metabolism

17:42 Glutathione Testing: GGT and liver enzymes

18:33 GGT is a marker of environmental chemical exposure

19:46 Cysteine rich foods that can increase glutathione levels

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Vitamin D & Glutathione: new relationships and research you should know about

Vitamin D & Glutathione: new relationships and research you should know about