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Source Naturals, Chem-Defense Orange Flavored Sublingual, 90 Tablets

Item # : 1124
Manufacturer SKU : 021078002451
Product Code : SN0245
Package Details : 90 Sublingual Tablets
Serving Size : 1
Serving per Container : This bottle will last for 90 Days
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Source Naturals, Chem-Defense Orange Flavored Sublingual, 90 Tablets
Price(र)  : 2833.00
Quantity

Ships in 10 to 12 days

 

Chem Defense is a nutrient blend formulated for persons with chemical sensitivities. Recent scientific research indicates that molybdenum, a trace mineral which activates the enzymes aldehyde oxidase and sulfite oxidase, may provide necessary nutritional support for chemically sensitive individuals. Glutathione (GSH) is a key element of the liver's detoxifying process, and is also the precursor for glutathione peroxidase, a major free radical-scavenging enzyme. Riboflavin is the precursor for FAD, a coenzyme which recycles used GSH. The sublingual form is absorbed directly into the bloodstream, via the blood vessels under the tongue and in the cheeks, allowing for quick entry into the system.

Suggested Use:

1 to 3 tablets daily. Place tablet under the tongue and allow to dissolve slowly, altering its position to avoid prolonged contact with the same area.

 

Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 1 Tablet

 

Amount Per Serving

%DV*

Total Carbohydrates

1 g

<2%

Riboflavin (as 2.25 mg flavin mononucleotide [coenzymated])

1.6 mg

90%

Molybdenum (as molybdenum chelate)

120 mcg

160%

L-Glutathione (reduced)

50 mg

* Percent Daily Values (%DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
†Daily Value not established.

Other Ingredients:

Sorbitol, mannitol, natural orange flavor and magnesium stearate.

Suitable for vegetarians: Contains no yeast, dairy egg, gluten or wheat. Contains no sugar, starch, salt, preservatives or artificial color, flavor or fragrance.

Contains soy.

Warnings:

If your are pregnant, may become pregnant or breastfeeding, consult your health care professional before using this product.

Do not use if either tamper-evident seal is broken or missing. Keep out of the reach of children.

Q. Why should I take extra Vitamin C when taking L-Glutathione?
A.When you take Glutathione supplements, it is very likely that our body will OXIDIZE the Glutathione to Glutathione Disulfide. This is not reduced glutathione anymore but oxidized glutathione and is not effective as anti-aging and antioxidant. You can mitigate this oxidation process by taking Vitamin C (ascorbic acid). The recommended dosage for Vitamin C is 1-2 times the dosage of L-Glutathione according to recent studies. So if you are taking 500mg of l-glutathione, you should accompany this with 1000mg Vitamin C.

Q.Who needs glutathione?
A.Here are the people who will need L Glutathione supplement: smoker; alcohol drinker; those 40 years old and above; those who exercise excessively/body builders; low sperm count; those with liver problems; those with cataracts; those with MELASMA problem, those recovering from chemotherapy; those exposed to chemicals and pesticides; the immunocompromised; low immune system; those who want fairer and whiter skin.

Q.Is it safe in the liver?
A.Regarding the safety of glutathione in the liver, it is said that “the levels of glutathione in the liver is critically linked to the liver’s capacity to detoxify.” This means that the higher the glutathione content, the greater the liver’s capacity to detoxify harmful chemicals. Typically, when we are exposed to chemicals like alcohol which can damage the liver, the concentration of glutathione in the liver is substantially reduced. This reduction makes the liver susceptible to damage.

Q.Is it safe to those persons with thyroid problems?
A. YES. “…both hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism are associated with enhanced oxidative stress involving antioxidants.”Reschu, Helsel, et. Al. November, 2002“…has a direct relationship with free radical formation and inverse relationship with levels of erythrocute glutathione and glutathione peroxidase in human subjects.” Turkish Journal of Endocrinology & Metabolism, Feb.,2001.