Tips for Bad Air Quality: UCLA Scientists Say Glutathione Can Help
Just when we thought 2020 couldn't possibly get any more weird, the entire West Coast catches on fire?!
The smoke from over three million acres of recently burned forests has traveled across the US and Canada and can now be found in Europe, reducing air quality for many.
Although lung health is not our expertise, I wanted to share this research from scientists at UCLA who’ve found that supporting glutathione, and it's related pathways, can benefit the lungs.
**The lung-specific science starts at 9:27 of this video
From a nutrition standpoint, you should increase the consumption of sulfur containing foods: eggs, garlic, onions ginger, sulforaphane and whey protein.
If you’ve been particularly exposed and/or are concerned about lung health, we’re adding a free bottle of S-Acetyl Glutathione in the next 30 orders (over $35) placed on our website.
The MSRP of this unique S-Acetyl Glutathione product is $59 ( it’s not something we normally sell) but brought it on from a preferred vender to help if you've been inhaling this crappy air. [We all take two caps at night on an empty stomach.]
S-Acetyl Glutathione helps overcome the poor absorption and low effectiveness of traditional glutathione supplements.
P.S. As a newsletter subscriber, the next 30 orders over $35 get a free, 60 ct bottle of S-Acetyl Glutathione (valued at $59):