“Glutathione’s role in embryonic, foetal and placental development is crucial. It is constantly at work as a scavenger of free radicals and as a detoxifying enzyme of dozens of foreign substances and toxins.

Without GSH, these substances can push the child towards an unnerving variety of developmental and health problems. Once past the stage or organogenesis, the unborn child’s principal GSH protection comes from outside its own body – the placenta. There is an interesting similarity between the placenta and the liver. Among their many other functions, both act as filters for toxins and both have high levels of GSH within their tissues. It is no coincidence.

Many common complications of pregnancy including high blood pressure, pre-eclampsia and gestational diabetes coincide with low glutathione levels. Decreased GSH can cause many difficulties in pregnancy. A great deal of research is being carried out using GSH enhancing strategies to combat these problems. There is already some success and much optimism.”
Source: The Comprehensive Guide to Glutathione by Dr. Jimmy Gutman, the world’s leading authority on glutathione.

It is important to know that in order to raise glutathione for a healthier pregnancy, taking glutathione pills will not raise your glutathione, and many supplements that are known to raise glutathione are not recommended for pregnant or nursing women.

Click here to read about a supplement that is safe and recommended by Dr. Gutman for pregnant and nursing mothers for raising glutathione for a healthy pregnancy. It contains the same bonded cysteine that is in mother’s breast milk that a baby receives while breastfeeding.

 

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