Tuesday, September 27, 2011

How T. Colin Campbell Helped Prove That Protein Protects Us: Glutathione

by Chris Masterjohn

New over at Mother Nature Obeyed: a post celebrating the one-year anniversary of "The Curious Case of Campbell's Rats," taking a look at how glutathione can prevent and reverse liver cancer, and reflecting on the role of glutathione in Campbell's animal experiments.

You can read it here:


Enjoy! 

Read more about the author, Chris Masterjohn, PhD, here.



6 comments:

  1. "...a post celebrating the one-year anniversary..."

    ...Damn, fast year.

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18466343
    *The ketogenic diet increases mitochondrial glutathione levels

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  2. Sure has been! Thanks for the link, John.

    Chris

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  3. Glutathione is the master of all antioxidants. After a careful and proper tests, it was found out that glutathione provides excellent antioxidant properties to the body system of a human being. It has been proven that Glutatione can even treat cancer. Glutathione is now being used in Asia for its whitening effect, a secondary effect of taking it in an increased dosage. It's also proven to make immune system stronger. Aside from these, glutathione makes the entire body system including, the skin, organs, teeth and more healthier and stronger.

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  4. I agree with the last comment. Glutathione has an overall therapeutic effect to our body. They make our immune system stronger while maintaining stronger bones and frames. This is the reason why people who are taking glutathione also have strong and healthy teeth.

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  5. I couldn't agree more. Glutathione helps maintain good skin and overall immune system. It has been proven to cure and prevent cancer most especially liver, skin and bone cancer. Since it helps our bone regain it's natural frame, gluathione has also been proven to make our teeth stronger and whiter.

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  6. This was the primary function of Glutathione, the skin whitening is just a side effect. But of course, the latter would surely have a better market, leaps and bounds bigger!

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