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Glutathione and IT’s Role in the Biotransformation of Toxicants – .PDF
by Dr. Hildegarde Staninger®, RIET-11 and Daniel F. Farrier, MD2
© June 28, 2013 (Submitted for publication to the Journal/Magazine of the National Registry of Environmental ProfessionalsTM, Glenview, Illinois on June 30, 2013)

Which is what, exactly? Glutathione is an antioxidant that acts as a regulator for many of the body’s functions, including: detoxification, immune function, blood sugar balance, and cell growth. By raising your body’s levels of glutathione, you can help fight a number of ailments, as low glutathione is strongly implicated in wasting and negative nitrogen balance as seen in cancer, AIDS, sepsis, trauma, burns and even athletic overtraining. However, your glutathione levels may be deficient due to a number of reasons including poor diet, pollution, toxins, medications, stress, trauma, aging, infections and radiation.  MUCH MORE >>>>>>>>>

One difficulty is that raising GSH levels through direct supplementation of glutathione is difficult. Research suggests that glutathione taken orally is not well absorbed across the gastrointestinal tract. However, there are a number of foods that help boost your glutathione levels including asparagus, avocados, raw goat milk and walnuts. All of these eaten raw may help raise glutathione levels in the blood, which leads to improved detoxification, which leads to improved health.

But it is not just your physical health. Schizophrenia and bipolar disorder are associated with lowered glutathione as well, making the ingestion of foods such as broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage and cauliflower in their raw state all the more important. Avocados, peaches, and watermelon are also reported to raise glutathione levels.

While glutathione may seem like simply a new health fad, it is actually a real and vital function of the body as opposed to a synthetic compound with a laundry list of side effects. It has caught the attention of a number of endorsers, including celebrity doctor Dr. Oz and actress Suzanne Somers.

Join Dr. Hildy this week as she discusses glutathione, the most vital molecule you’ve never heard of on One Cell One Light Radio!


Glutathione and IT’s Role in the Biotransformation of Toxicants – .PDF
by Dr. Hildegarde Staninger®, RIET-11 and Daniel F. Farrier, MD2
© June 28, 2013 (Submitted for publication to the Journal/Magazine of the National Registry of Environmental ProfessionalsTM, Glenview, Illinois on June 30, 2013)

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http://onecellonelight.wordpress.com/2012/08/10/botanicals-bay-leaf/ by Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, RIET-1 © August 3, 2012

bay leaf - 2 Series 4: Botanicals of Antiquity BAY LEAVES

Bay leaves have been used in culinary dishes from all over the word to give the tasty dish a “little zing” since ancient times. The bay tree belongs to the family of Laurraceane of the genus Laurus nobilis. It is thought to originate from Asia Minor, but spread all over the Mediterranean and Asia during earlier times. The bay plant is a conical evergreen tree growing to 30 feet in height. Yellow or greenish white, star shaped flowers appear during early spring, which subsequently produce dark green-purplish single seeded berry. The leaves are eliptic and shiny dark green about 3 to 4 inches long, rather thick and leathery.

The leaves give off a sweet aroma when broken and added to a dish or your flour container to keep it fresh. When slightly wilted and dried, they are strongly aromatic. The dried fruit is also used as a flavoring agent in cuisines. MORE at .pdf file above

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Glutathione Overview Information – WebMd

Glutathione is a substance produced naturally by the liver. It is also found in fruits, vegetables, and meats.
People take glutathione by mouth for treating cataracts and glaucoma, preventing aging, treating or preventing alcoholism, asthma, cancer, heart disease (atherosclerosis and high cholesterol), hepatitis, liver disease, diseases that weaken the body’s defense system (including AIDS and chronic fatigue syndrome), memory loss, Alzheimer’s disease, osteoarthritis, and Parkinson’s disease. Glutathione is also used for maintaining the body’s defense system (immune system) and fighting metal and drug poisoning.

Glutathione is breathed in (inhaled) for treating lung diseases, including idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, cystic fibrosis, and lung disease in people with HIV disease.

Healthcare providers give glutathione as a shot (by injection into the muscle) for preventing poisonous side effects of cancer treatment (chemotherapy) and for treating the inability to father a child (male infertility).

Healthcare providers also give glutathione intravenously (by injection into the vein, by IV) for preventing “tired blood” (anemia) in kidney patients undergoing hemodialysis treatment, preventing kidney problems after heart bypass surgery, treating Parkinson’s disease, improving blood flow and decreasing clotting in individuals with “hardening of the arteries” (atherosclerosis), treating diabetes, and preventing toxic side effects of chemotherapy.

How does it work? Glutathione is involved in many processes in the body, including tissue building and repair, making chemicals and proteins needed in the body, and for the immune system. ##

When you choose to eat these scrumptious 11 foods that
boost glutathione, you help detox your body and heal.

EXCERPT: Foods that boost glutathione levels.
Several foods boost glutathione levels. For example, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage and cauliflower all contain cyanohydroxybutene which increases glutathione levels.

Avocados, peaches, and watermelon are also reported to raise glutathione levels.
A study of Air Force pilots in England after WWII revealed that bilberry jam improves night vision. Further studies indicate that bilberry extracts boost glutathione production and support higher glutathione levels in the eyes. Glutathione is an essential nutrient for optimal vision. Thus, bilberry preserves or jam is another food that boosts glutathione levels. Several spices including cinnamon, cardamom and curcumin found in turmeric raise glutathione levels.

Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA) promotes the synthesis of glutathione in the body. Food sources of ALA include spinach, broccoli, tomatoes, peas, Brussels sprouts, and rice bran. Real Hellman’s Mayonnaise also provides 660 mg of ALA per 1 tablespoon.


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