Longevity Club: H.M.C
N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine: 250mg per serving.
Glutamine: 250mg per serving.
Glycine: 250mg per serving.
As a dietary supplement, adults take 2 (two) capsules, once per day.
Take with food to prevent stomach upset.
General Information and Actions:
Glutathione (GSH) is a critical antioxidant found in all eukaryotic cells. Higher GSH concentrations protect against cellular damage, tissue degeneration, and disease progression, so there is considerable interest in developing interventions that augment GSH biosynthesis.
Oral GSH supplementation is not the most efficient option due to the enzymatic degradation of ingested GSH within the intestine, but supplementation of its component amino acids—cysteine, glycine, and glutamate—enhances tissue GSH synthesis.
Renowned for its ability to replenish levels of the antioxidant glutathione, HMC® also regulates the important neurotransmitter glutamate. Additionally, HMC® helps your body’s detoxification system, improves and potentially restores your immune function , reduce oxidative damage to your heart, which can, in turn, decrease your risk of heart disease and may even contribute to longevity.
Cautions and Warnings:
Consult a health care practitioner prior to use if you are pregnant, breastfeeding or have kidney stones.
Do not use this product if you are taking antibiotics or nitroglycerin
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