Glyteine.com aims to provide comprehensive technical information in the field of health and wellness related to antioxidants, and in particular glutathione. The importance of maintaining a healthy body and mind at all stages of life has been the subject of countless publications and now, more than ever, there is an acute awareness among the general population of the need to do more for ones’ health. The information provided on this website aims to not only educate, but also to provide useful and timely information on how to live an active and healthy life. Our focus will be primarily on glutathione and its key role in your health and wellbeing.
There is no doubt that glutathione is of utmost importance for the human body. In fact, it plays a vital role in all living organisms by protecting cells from oxidative damage caused by a myriad of internal and external stressors. It, therefore, comes as no surprise that glutathione has been the subject of more than 100,000 papers published in peer reviewed scientific journals from countries all over the world during the last two decades. No other molecule, other than possibly water and oxygen, has been studied more extensively by research scientists. And for good reason as will become evident.
The contributors on this website are practicing scientists and engineers who are passionate about health and the role glutathione plays in our bodies. They draw on their vast experience to provide relevant information from peer reviewed scientific journals that, although sometimes highly technical in nature, will be of interest to health professionals and of benefit to individuals seeking science based information on health, nutrition and wellbeing.
Many scientists and medical experts have advocated the use of antioxidants to assist in reducing oxidative stress. Glutathione as the master antioxidant represents the best candidate to supplement. However, until the launch of Glyteine there has not been an effective way of significantly increasing cellular glutathione within hours. Traditionally, supplements such as n-acetylcysteine and glutathione itself had to be taken for many months before marginal, if any, increases in glutathione could be seen. Therefore, it has been almost impossible to establish the effectiveness of these supplements to replenish intracellular glutathione levels and published studies confirm this apparent lack of bioavailability.
Glyteine represents a unique opportunity to researchers who are interested in being able to rapidly and safely increase cellular glutathione. We welcome any researchers interested in collaborating in research on Glyteine to express their research interests to firstname.lastname@example.org.