UPDATE (3/30/2020): We are down to our last few bottles on this product. If you order after 3/27/2020, there may be a delay of several weeks until we receive enough to fill your order. You may also try Liposomal Glutathione from DFH.
Liposomal Glutathione Drink Glutathione supports your immune system and helps you to detoxify. Low levels of glutathione play a role in numerous disease conditions. ReadiSorb Glutathione’s efficacy has been documented in many studies. The latest study shows absorption and immune cell empowerment.
Ingredients (Alcohol and Gluten Free)
There is 450 mg per teaspoon in a new bottle and 422.7 mg per teaspoon at the end of its 2 year shelf life.
The liposomes in ReadiSorb Glutathione are derived from lecithin. The lecithin is an extract of non-gmo soy oil; there is no protein in this product.
Glycerin is used as a sweetener and preservative. It supports the stability of the liposomes and allows for the extended shelf life. Glycerin is a normal product of fat metabolism and is readily converted to glucose for metabolism. Our glycerin is derived from palm fruit oil.
A natural material used as a preservative to prevent yeast and mold growth. It is a form of sorbic acid, a naturally occurring fatty acid which is easily metabolized in the body. Potassium sorbate is used to preserve wine, baked goods and cheese.
Directions for Use:
Store this product in the refrigerator. Shake bottle. Take straight or mix with water or juice. Recommended adult starting serving is 1/2 – 1 teaspoon. Children: 1/4 teaspoon for every 30 lb of weight. Take first serving in the morning on an empty stomach.
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