Heart disease prevention: THIS injection ‘SEVEN times’ more effective than supplements

Glutathione is one of the most powerful antioxidants in the body. 

It moves through cells naturally, and gets rid of any unwanted toxins or free radicals.

By removing the toxins, glutathione helps to prevent some serious diseases, including neurological and heart conditions.

A new glutathione injection targets unwanted toxins directly, and is at least seven times more effective than taking glutathione oral supplements, it was claimed.

Bianca Estelle, founder of Glutathione Wellness Injections, said: “Glutathione occurs naturally in the body, and can be found in leafy greens such as spinach and kale.

“[But] our fast-paced lives have us exposed to high toxin levels that the human body hasn’t previously had to cope with.

“To prevent strains on the liver (where most glutathione is found), and to aid the detoxification process at the same time as reaping countless health benefits, glutathione injections should be adopted.”

About 99.9% of the antioxidant reaches the bloodstream when injected, Estelle claimed. Just 15% enters the blood system when taking oral supplements, she added.

The injection could prevent pulmonary diseases, including asthma, neonatal lung damage, and acute respiratory distress syndrome.

It could also improve brain function, as glutathione prevents and fixes oxidative damage. It could therefore prevent dementia, the company claimed.

More glutathione in the body will also help to alleviate stress on the liver, which aims to get rid of harmful toxins in the body.

Other benefits include skin brightening, rejuvenation and anti-ageing, Estelle added.

The injection costs £300, or £2,700 for a course of 12 treatments.

Glutathione supplements are available from £9.99.

The body’s glutathione levels peak between 18 and 20 years old.

Meanwhile, a diet plan which includes fish oil supplements could increase your chances of fast weight loss, scientists have revealed.

Taking fish oil supplements could burn the equivalent of 187 calories a day, they claimed.

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