Purality Health® Liposomal Glutathione acts as a powerful antioxidant and detoxifier, potentially combating free radical damage and promoting a healthy inflammatory response. Through patented technology, our unique blend is easily absorbed and may help to maintain natural Glutathione levels that decrease with age.
- Glutathione is a protein naturally made in the liver. It’s found in every cell in the body and involved in a wide range of processes, including DNA repair & synthesis, immune system regulation and detoxification.
- Glutathione is a powerful antioxidant. It’s been shown to help fend off free radical damage, promote a healthy inflammatory response, enhance detoxification, support liver health, and it may even offer a protective effect against a number of health issues.
- Purality Health® Liposomal Glutathione is one of the most easily absorbed oral forms available today. Our patented delivery technology protects the Glutathione peptide from breakdown in the digestive tract, delivering a powerful dose right where you need it.,
How it works
It’s the Sad Truth… In the Modern World, Toxic is the New Normal.
No matter how health conscious you try to be, the fact remains that every day you inevitably encounter toxins that contribute towards oxidative stress that can prevent you from being at your best.
Your body needs the proper tools in order to help keep you healthy.
Under ideal conditions, the handy little protein Glutathione does a great job of fending off free radical damage in the body and keeping you on track.
But here’s the thing:
Over time, your natural glutathione levels can steadily start to decline. Couple that with exposure to stress and environmental toxins and there’s a good chance your reserves are much lower than you’d hope.
It’s not ideal…
The science shows that maintaining optimal glutathione stores can help support a healthy heart, mind, and immune system, and many unhealthy people tend to exhibit lower glutathione levels – so it’s probably a good idea to keep yours topped up!
That’s where we come in.
Here at Purality Health®, we’ve carefully crafted a unique glutathione supplement to help support the natural detoxification and inflammatory response in your body.
With added Vitamin E, Glycerin and Medium Chain Triglycerides, it could be your one stop shop for battling harmful free radicals.
Even better news:
Unlike traditional glutathione supplements, our liposomal delivery method helps protect the molecules from breakdown in the digestive tract, so they can be safely delivered to the cells that need it!
Key Features & Benefits
A Powerful Antioxidant
Glutathione has been deemed ‘The Mother of all Antioxidants’. Unlike others, it can act within the cell. This means it’s in the perfect position to neutralize free radicals that can potentially damage cell DNA and lead to premature aging.
Help Reduce Toxins
Glutathione plays a key role in your body’s natural detoxification process, supporting the health of the kidneys & liver and helping to expel dangerous foreign pollutants (like heavy metals). Even better news? Research suggests that supporting glutathione levels may improve cognitive function.
The Fountain of Youth
Glutathione levels can diminish in cells throughout the aging process (even in the absence of environmental stressors). But here’s the thing: supplementing with glutathione may help support healthy aging, as maintaining cellular and mitochondrial levels is associated with overall health and longevity. Studies also suggest it can help lighten skin and reduce the appearance of wrinkles.
Glutathione is notoriously hard to absorb when taken in traditional oral forms. But you’ll be glad to hear our delivery method wraps the Glutathione in a series of protective layers and binds it with lactoferrin – allowing it to safely pass through the digestive system and be properly absorbed by your body.,
No more expensive pee syndrome!
What are the main benefits of Purality Health® Liposomal Glutathione?
Glutathione has been linked with healthier aging and enhanced heavy metal detoxification. Our technology protects the glutathione peptide from breakdown in the digestive tract, delivering a powerful dose right where you need it. ,,
Who can benefit from Purality Health® Liposomal Glutathione?
Studies suggest that glutathione levels naturally decrease with age, exposure to environmental toxins & pollution, emotional stress, UV radiation, tobacco and alcohol.6 Essentially, anyone living in the modern, 21st-century world could likely do with a helping hand. 
What is liposomal delivery?
Liposomes are a fancy way to describe a layer of fat (very similar to your own cell walls). Through patented technology, the liposomes protect the glutathione peptides from the acid in your stomach, allowing them to pass safely through your digestive system fully intact. They shield and shuttle the nutrients into your intestines, bloodstream and then finally your cells – totally unharmed., Amazing, right?
How often should I take this supplement?
Take 1ml of Purality Health® Liposomal Glutathione once daily. Dispense 1ml of Glutathione onto a spoon and take straight. Best taken on an empty stomach 20 minutes before a meal.
Where is this supplement made?
Our Liposomal Glutathione formula is crafted inside an FDA Certified, GMP compliant lab in the USA with domestic and imported ingredients. Our product has been tested and is Heavy Metal Free / Prop 65 Compliant, Gluten Free and Non-GMO.
What is your return policy?
Here at Purality Health®, we strive to keep you totally satisfied – which is why we offer a 180-day, money back guarantee. If at any point you decide it’s not for you, you are protected by the highest standard 100% money-back guarantee. Just send us the empty bottle and we’ll refund you your money, no questions asked.
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