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Diabetes and Glutathione

How does Diabetes and Glutathione relate to and affect one another? Diabetes have high levels of oxidative stress, which basically means tooo many free radicals and not enough antioxidants to neutralize them.

Diabetics also have low livels of intracellular glutathione (GSH). The high levels of oxidative stress and the low glutathione (GSH) levels further complicates the diabetic state which leads to even higher levels of oxidative stress and even lower levels of GSH.

It would be beneficial for anyone suffering from Diabetes to increase their antioxidant supplementation. Glutathione, being the master antioxidant, would naturally be the best choice.

Furthermore, inflammation leads to and contributes to insulin resistance. Glutathione, on top of being the most potent antioxidant, is also a powerful ant-inflammatory.

There is a Government site that the professional researchers go to for update on the latest developements
which is The U.S National Library Of Medicine. There you find all the different documents of this natural antioxidant.

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