Slow Aging with Glutathione

There is a lot of talk about antioxidants and their importance to our health and the rejuvenation of our cells. We’re a (very) youth-oriented culture, what can I say? I don’t think any human being can actually say they look forward to aging or falling ill or death… But alas, they are all part of our humanity. That being said, it doesn’t give one carte blanche to binge on Haagen-Dazs and cheesy-crust pizza. Aren’t we alive to actually feel alive?? So why would we do things, to our bodies and minds, that undermine the quality of our years on this planet?? For some it is ignorance. For others, it is being led astray by shiny packaging that promise ‘nutrients’ and ‘low-insert the latest whatever here’ but instead give your body chemicals and disease. For others it is apathy. I can’t help the latter. No hay peor ciego, que el que no quiere ver. (None are more blind than those who refuse to see.) But I can offer my knowledge and expertise to those who are seeking and desire to make changes. Woohoo!! :)

Let’s talk about Glutathione - the body’s master antioxidant and detoxifier. Your body produces glutathione for protection and survival but sometimes it doesn’t produce enough of it. Stress. Poor dietary and eating habits. Illness. Aging. Low levels of Glutathione have been linked to many illnesses and premature aging.

Some benefits of this master antioxidant are:

  • improved sleep

  • improved mental focus

  • living longer

  • improves condition of hair, skin and nails

  • increased energy

  • improved sports performance

  • slows the aging process

Foods that Boost Glutathione Production

  1. Sulfur-rich veggies like onions, garlic, parsley, leeks, shallots

  2. Cruciferous veggies like cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, bok choy, brussel sprouts, kale, watercress

  3. Grass-fed red meat and grass-fed organ meat

  4. Organic Turmeric

  5. Fruits like apples, grapefruit, oranges, peaches, bananas

  6. Avocados

  7. Squash

  8. Tomatoes

  9. Raw milk and eggs

Getting regular exercise and actively reducing stress levels also work to boost your body’s production of Glutathione. Always go with organic fruits and vegetables! If you desire to reap the detoxifying and rejuvenating effects of boosting Glutathione don’t add chemicals, pesticides and toxins. When it comes meat, dairy & eggs, the same is valid. Go organic, grass-fed, antibiotic and hormone free!

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