Tuesday, June 17, 2008

To Take Glutathione or Not???

It's been a long time, yet I'm not still sure if i am going to buy this whitening pill or not. My major reason for taking up this drug the hope that my blemishes or acne scars on my face will lessen or if possible, be totally removed. One major factor are the news that most of it are fake including its dosage. But some other brands like Metathione and I forgot the other one are tested to have the correct dosage and has been approved by BFAD as well. So I decided that if i am going to buy one, I'll make sure that it's metathione. I also did some researches about glutathione so i would probably have the knowledge on what is this drug all about. It's my pleasure to share to you this basic yet important informations regarding Glutathione and it's proper intake.

About Glutathione:

What is Glutathione?

GLUTATHIONE is a small protein composed of three amino acids: cysteine, glutamic acid, and glycine. Glutathione is involved in detoxification ­ it binds to toxins and transforms them into a form that can be excreted in urine or bile. Glutathione is also an important antioxidant.

What are the signs of Glutathione-deficient person?

Glutathione deficiency can be the result of diseases that increase the need for glutathione. Examples of health conditions that are associated with glutathione deficiency include:

o Dark skin
o Skin Pigmentation (ex. Freckles, melasma, etc.)
o Psoriasis
o Acne
o Skin Allergies
o Blemishes
o Heart Disease
o Liver Cirrhosis
o Pulmonary Diseases
o Peptic Ulcer
o Cataracts
o Muscular Degeneration
o Alzheimer´s Disease
o Parkinson´s Disease
o HIV/AIDS
o Low sperm count
o Diabetes
o High Blood Pressure
o Hepatitis A & B

What could cause Glutathione depletion?

There are numerous factors that deplete Glutathione in the body. These are:
* Toxins
* Stress
* Harmful UV Rays
* Excessive Alcohol Intake
* Pollution
* Aging
* Hard Exercise
* Cigarette smoking is also associated with low glutathione levels because it increases the rate of utilization of glutathione.

Is there any way we could prevent Glutathione depletion in our body?

Yes, and MET TATHIONE ANTI-OXIDANT DIETARY SUPPLEMENT CAPSULES could do the work. The improved active ingredients of Met Tathione Capsules include Reduced Glutathione (also known as GSH/Whitening Pill), which is a master anti-oxidant, Alpha Lipoic Acid, which is known as the universal antioxidant, and Vitamin C, the major function of which is to keep the active ingredients in reduced form so that they can continue to have their powerful free radical quenching effects. When combined, these three ingredients help detoxify and regenerate glutathione in our body and whiten our skin.

What would be the effects of Met Tathione on my body once I start taking it?

Regular intake of Met Tathione gives an assurance of fairer and even skin tone. This is primarily because of the major component of Glutathione, the Tyrosinase-blocker, a rate-limiting enzyme for melanin synthesis. In as little as two weeks, people will notice the visible change in one´s skin tone.

Should I be cautious of any side effects?
The Bureau of Food and Drugs approves the product with no known side effects. There is a GOOD side effect, however, and that is skin whitening.

Who can take Met Tathione?
Male and female. Ages 13 and above

What is the recommended dosage for skin whitening?

Two (2) to Four (4) capsules of Met Tathione per day or 20mg per kilogram body weight. It must be taken with 500mg ­ 1000mg of Sodium Ascorbate or Vitamin C.

Suggested intake according to individual´s skin tone:

Medium to brown skin ­ 3 to 6 months
Dark Brown Skin ­ 6 to 12 months
Very Dark skin ­ 12 to 24 months
Black skin ­ 24 months

2 comments:

van said...

Metathaione is proly the only whitening pill that is credible... Other brands has loads of bad rap because of the testing made by PIPAc.

Anonymous said...

i don't think Metathione is the ONLY credible glutathione brand out in the market. L-GlutaPOWER700 from Royal wellness by royal business club is BFAD approved..

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