Tri-Fortify (Watermelon Flavored) Liposomal Glutathione, 8 oz.


Tri-Fortify Watermelon Liposomal Glutathione, 8 oz.

Brand: Researched Nutritionals

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Glutathione is a naturally occurring protein that is made by every cell in your body. It functions to:
–  Neutralize and remove toxins*
–  Enhance immune function*
–  Protect the cells from free radicals that cause oxidation damage.*

Glutathione is required to maintain the normal function of the immune system. It plays a critical role in the proper function of white blood cells, including T cell lymphocytes. Adequate function of white blood cells is essential to mounting an effective immune response.*

Watermelon flavored Tri-Fortify contains the Liposomal form of Glutathione for enhanced absorption and utilization. Glutathione is known as the master antioxidant because it recycles other antioxidants such as vitamins C and E.*

Glutathione is found in the highest amounts in the liver and kidneys and also the lungs. It helps to remove chemicals that are foreign (xenobiotics) to the body. It protects against airborne pollutants and in the intestinal lining it bars the absorption of industrial chemicals.*

Glutathione is the most abundant cellular antioxidant in oxygen-using cells. Alterations, including deficiencies in glutathione levels, have been found in several neurological conditions.*


Through a unique liposome technology we place reduced glutathione into liposomes, liquid bubbles made from essential phospholipids, to ensure bioavailability.*

A liposome is an extremely small (1/2 the width of a human hair), multi-layered bubble (called a vesicle). Liposomes have a fat-soluble exterior and an interior that is watery. They are made from the same type of material as our cell membranes, phospholipids.*

The phospholipids in our liposomes are derived from lecithin, which is an extraction taken from soy oil. There is no soy protein in the product.*

The unique structure of liposomes allows them to encapsulate biologically active ingredients. In the case of glutathione, the liposomes keep it in its “reduced”, or biologically active state. Liposomes penetrate mucosal tissues allowing for rapid release into the blood stream. Glutathione that is not in liposomes has to pass through the stomach to reach the liver where it is metabolized and released into the bloodstream. Some nutrients are destroyed or compromised by stomach acids. Liposomes avoid the digestive system.*


*The statements on this page have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.