In this week’s blog, featuring Neural and Hepatic Health, we continue with our course detailing the “11 essentials” to a healthy supplemental regimen. We make it easier for you, as we discard most of the medical jargon and are sure to lay out what an optimal supplement routine looks like. Our curriculum will cover the 11 areas that are most critical for treatment on a bi-weekly, session by session basis. Our focus areas are as follows:
- Omega – 3 Fatty Acids
- Coenzyme Q10
- Mitochondrial Function
- Hormone Balance (DHEA)
- Brain Function
- Bone Health
- Neural and Hepatic Health
- Vitamin D Levels
- Vitamin K
- Men’s & Women’s Health
Session 8: Neural and Hepatic Health:
This week’s blog feature focuses on neural and hepatic health, or more simply put, how you can best help your nervous system and liver. As you can guess, a number of health issues can arise if you don’t take care of your neural and hepatic health, and the key ingredient in doing so is reduced glutathione, or glutathione for short. Glutathione is the most powerful and versatile antioxidant found in the body.
Studies have shown reduced glutathione levels link to a number of disease states, including liver cirrhosis and inflammation, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and Wilson’s Disease. Glutathione is also one of the strongest anti-cancer agents your body can create. Obviously then, keeping your glutathione levels at a maximum should be a top priority in a healthy supplemental regimen.
If you want the best results, using a suppository such as Zetpil’s Reduced Glutathione Plus should be your choice, as it avoids any possibility of your digestive system breaking down the glutathione and limiting it’s effectiveness. If suppositories are not your favorite choice, Quicksilver’s Scientific Reduced Glutathione is another great option, as it is specially made and demonstrated to deliver over 100 times the efficiency than an IV-based glutathione.
As always, if you have specific concerns or conditions, we at DR Vitamin Solutions would be happy to make more specific supplement recommendations to complement your basic foundation. You can leave us a comment here, or use the contact information listed on our website.
Vitamin D Levels is our next feature in the series, and we will dive into the details in the next couple weeks, so be sure to keep checking back for it!
By David Benic, DR Vitamin Solutions