Glutathione Side Effects - Detox with Cellgevity and MaxONE

The “undenatured” and “nondenatured” whey protein products can be problematical for those with allergies to whey proteins, and the goat-milk based version Goatein may be helpful in such cases, even though the fermentation process likely converts much of the cysteine to cystine. Many people with dairy allergies are actually sensitivities to pasteurized milk proteins or allergies to casein, which is the part of milk protein that goes into the curd fraction, rather than into whey, so a dairy food allergy or sensitivity may not be an allergy to nondenatured whey protein.



By obligate necessity, we create the hydroxyl radical because we are oxygen-based organisms. Oxygen is necessary, but it’s a two-edged sword. It allows us to breathe; it allows us to provide the oxygen necessary to be consumed with food in the mitochondria. In this furnace you put in oxygen and food and you get out ATP (or the energy).


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Glutathione & Detoxification: The Methylation Connection

LipoFlow Glutathione is being offered in 2 oz. bottles, with two different amounts of actual glutathione, by www.lipflow.com. The one containing 1000 mg of glutathione is offered for $29, and the one with 2267 mg of glutathione is only one dollar more, at $30, which is very interesting! With this kind of pricing, I gather that the major cost of production must not be in the glutathione itself, but rather in the liposomal encapsulation process. The maker of LipoFlow Glutathione told me at the DAN! meeting that he gets his glutathione from Japan. They meet his specification, but he didn’t seem to know how they actually produce it. I think it is made by yeasts.

Certain icepick migraines following liver detoxification may indicate metals and chemicals being released from brain tissue. Sauna therapy can help to eliminate metals and chemicals by detoxification of lymphatic tissue.

Sometimes referred to as a healing reaction, or a detoxification reaction, it is common to experience symptoms when the body is eliminating toxins, xenobiotics, heavy metals and poison from the body. A person’s first inclination is to stop detoxification reactions. And while it is important to know how to control run away symptoms, it should be understood that detoxification is a fundamental process, essential for the body’s healing. Some of the most common detoxification reactions are: headaches, diarrhea, nausea, rashes, fevers, aches and pains.




An important feature of this source of glutathione (available without a prescription) is that it is buffered with sodium bicarbonate. Clark Bishop, M.D., wrote me that this buffering is important, because if the pH is too acid, it can lead to bronchospasm when nebulizing. People who are subject to asthmatic attacks should not use nebulized glutathione, as it can result in bronchospasm, thought to be caused by the sulfites that form when glutathione is mixed with water.


Drinking electrolyte solutions which contain some balance of calcium, magnesium, sodium and potassium can help restore cellular electrolytes and their charge. Fresh and preferably raw coconut juice from a young coconut can be very effective in some cases. If there is diarrhea accompanied with fatigue, taking antioxidants like Vitamin E is a good idea. And taking small amounts of Hawaiin Sea Salt of Celtic Sea Salt helps to keep electrolytes up if there is fluid loss.