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JJ29
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LLMD would like me to start using this product as part of a phospholipid exchange protocol.

Would like to hear your experience with this product re absoption, effectiveness etc.if you have used it.

Are there other oral glutathione products that may be more effective?

Thank you!

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anyone?
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i can only speak for LIPOSOMAL vitamin C. The Liposomal form is reportedly as effective if not more effective than IV vitamin C.

I imagine that would also hold true for glutathione or any other substance using liposomal methods of transport.

Moving you up for input from those who may have used this.

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I use homemade liposomal vitamin C as per instructions on pdazzler.com. When I first started using it, my whole head heated up and the head swelling went down. I'm still using it and it helps.
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I use these to counteract the cytokine response from a herx as recommended by my llmd. You can take a lot of these.

I usually take 4 or 5 and I only weigh about 100 pounds.They aren't cheap so I use them if something like parsley doesn't help first.

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JJ29
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Thank you all for your responses.

Unsure, what brand of liposomal glutathione are you using?

Anyone else using a brand of this product that you would recommend?

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I use the product from readisorb.com and a friend mentioned using the same from researched nutritionals. I've also seen a recipe online for making your own. I faxed my doc about it & he said to give it a try.
-3 level tablespoons lecithin (I will use NOW brand Sunflower Lecithin)
-1 tablespoon or 7 grams of glutathione powder (I found Eco Formulas brand pf reduced l-glutathione that wasnt too pricey)
Dissolve the lecithin in 1 cup (240cc) warm, NOT HOT, water, preferably distilled. Pour both solutions together, blend until it forms a cloudy, homogeneous mixture in about 2 minutes

my doctor said "if it makes you feel better like the other stuff does, then it's working".

This supplement has made the biggest difference for me. I feel good (relatively speaking) and energetic when I take it. On days when I try to skip to save money, I'm back on the couch & non-productive.

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Posting to save the recipe, Thanks all of you, this is great!
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I'm on essential pro. It works, but not nearly as good a s glut push does. I still take it because I can tell it still does help me detox.

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Manybites, your mailbox is full. So here is my response. Yes,the glutathione pushes are awesome. They clean me out like nothing I've used before. I am not sure if they are covered by insurance though. My doc also has me on Essential Pro (liposmal). It works, but not as well as the glutathione pushes do.

Regardless, I still take them because even though they are not as strong as the glut push, they definitely do aid in detoxifying me. I can tell by my urine.

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there is the kind you can inhale with nebulizer and another that is a round patch you put on trigger point and wear for 15 hours..
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