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"Glutathione plays crucial roles in the detoxification and antioxidant systems of cells and has been used to treat acute poisoning and chronic liver diseases by intravenous injection. This is a first study examining the therapeutic effects of oral administration of glutathione in patients with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD)."To read this study click here.
"Glutathione (GSH), often referred to as “the master antioxidant,” participates not only in antioxidant defense systems, but many metabolic processes, and therefore its role cannot be overstated. GSH deficiency causes cellular risk for oxidative damage and thus as expected, GSH imbalance is observed in a wide range of pathological conditions including tuberculosis (TB), HIV, diabetes, cancer, … Continue reading Glutathione as a Marker for Human Disease
"Glutathione is not a word that trips off the tongue, but it’s very much worth remembering. It’s a substance that combats the problems related to oxidative stress. Let’s learn more about it. First, let’s describe oxidative stress in a little more detail. This happens when substances called “free radicals” and “oxidants” start to grow in … Continue reading Why is Glutathione the most powerful antioxidant in your body? Must Watch Video.
"Background/aims: Biliary glutathione is an important generator of the bile-salt independent flow, and is known to be regulated by the hepatic glutathione availability. We investigated, in an acute model of phalloidin-induced cholestasis, biliary glutathione secretion and the role of hepatic glutathione, oxidative stress, and protein kinase c activation, which have been implicated in many hepatotoxin-induced … Continue reading Role of glutathione and oxidative stress in phalloidin-induced cholestasis