i prefer the regular tests, especially because i fear those small machines for getting infections from others even if they change needle
HDL is the most important, at euro liver congress they published a study about hdl antiviral effect on hbv
me and my sister got it super high, 65 and 75.....my sister has hbvdna detactable because she is not on antivirals and we are abserving a strong decline of hbvdna in 3 months use of liposmal glutathione, if it gets to zero with hbsag decline too that is a potent antiviral too (lipo glutathione is antiviral on many envelopped viruses but we are using lower doses than those in the studies).we might confirm this in the following 2011
check also simvastatin antiviral effect on all infections, we should start to use it on hbv too
Can you recommend a brand name for liposmal glutathione? I am working to improve my HDL. One question: it was mentioned somewhere that liposmal glutathione is not well absorbed by digestive tract. Acetyl L-Carnitine is supposed to help glutathione production. Have you tried it yet? I thought it was when I took Acetyl L-Carnitine that I had highest HDL. I dropped it latter on.
i just know one reliable prducer which i am using, livonlabs
it was mentioned somewhere that liposmal glutathione is not well absorbed by digestive tract.....
ignorant person...it is normal glutathione which is not absorbed, liposomal doenst need absorption it gets thru cells directly and enter the liver cells first.liposomoes get thru cells, even skin
no, i am not using it. lipo gsh is the most potent glutathione
livon labs produces also lipo vit c, also vit c is not absorbed so the lipo c allows to get enough vit c in the blood for a immune system boost effect.
vit C by liposomes can achieve enough levels to produce interferon in the body
both liposomes products are the same as taking vit c or glutathione by intravein
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