Glutathione IV Push

What Is Glutathione?

Glutathione is often referred to as the body’s “master antioxidant” and is the most important molecule in your body that you never heard of. It is involved in preventing everything from cancer, dementia, heart disease and even wrinkles.

There are over 89,000 medical articles about the importance of it but most physicians know little or nothing about this important molecule.


The good news is that your body produces its own glutathione. The bad news is that poor diet, pollution, toxins, medications, stress, trauma, aging, infections and radiation all deplete your glutathione.


So what’s all the fuss anyway? The secret power of glutathione is the sulfur (SH) chemical groups it contains. Sulfur is a sticky, smelly molecule. It acts like magnet and all the bad things in the body stick to it, including free radicals and toxins like mercury and other heavy metals. Glutathione becomes depleted, which results in the inability for us to protect ourselves against free radicals, infections, cancer and we can’t get rid of toxins.

Keeping yourself optimally healthy and preventing diseases depends upon keeping your glutathione levels high.

Glutathione Push Can Be Used to Treat:

  • – Neurodegenerative disorders such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and Multiple Sclerosis
  • – Muscle recovery to enhance athletic performance
  • – Liver diseases (hepatitis, fatty liver, cirrhosis, alcoholic)
  • – Immune function
  • – Chronic sickness
  • – Chronic fatigue
  • – Vocal Cord Polyps- Healing a Singer’s Voice
  • – Skin Lightening & Dark Spot Removal
  • – Cancer support
  • – Free radical
  • – Energy production & Mitochondrial function

Here are 7 tips to help boost your glutathione levels:


1. Eat sulfur rich foods like onion, cruciferous vegetables (like broccoli, cabbage, kale).


2. Eat bio-active Whey protein – this is a great source of cysteine and other amino acids needed as raw ingredients for your body to make its own glutathione.


3. Exercise boosts your glutathione levels. Start with 20 minutes of aerobic type exercise you love (that way you will do it) and work up to doing it 5 days per week.


4. N-acetyl-cysteine – this can be taken as a supplement.


5. Methyl molecules (folate, B6 and B12). These are at the top of the importance list for our bodies to produce glutathione. Of note, stress depletes these in our bodies and they are not stored so we need to re-stock the supply on a regular basis.


6. Selenium, vitamin C, vitamin E – these important anti-oxidants help your body produce more glutathione.


7. Glutathione IV push – at 4ever young we offer IV glutathione to give an immediate boost to the body or to those recovering from any kind of illness or stressor (like travel).

When glutathione is taken by mouth it is destroyed by the acid in the stomach. By receiving it in an IV form, you receive all the benefits immediately without wondering if your body is producing enough.