What Foods Best Promote Glutathione Production and Preservation?
Numerous scientific references focus on the one natural food source that best promotes glutathione production: the natural (non-denatured) conformation of whey protein as found in fresh, raw milk.
Quality non-denatured whey provides not just all the key amino acids for glutathione production (cysteine, glycine and glutamate); it also contains a unique cysteine compound which is highly bioactive in its affinity to convert to glutathione.
Glutamylcysteine is a bonded cysteine molecule (cysteine + glutamate) which naturally occurs in the Bovine Serum Albumin – a fragile immuno-component of the whey. Note that this unique cysteine residue is exclusive to whey and rarely appears in other protein foods. These factors make natural, non-denatured whey protein the best glutathione promoting food source currently known to science.
However, it is critical that the whey protein conformation not be damaged (denatured) during the processing. The majority of commercial whey proteins are denatured via high-heat pasteurization, mechanical stress, and other processes that utilize acidic bathes, ion-exchange, or hydrolization. All of these common techniques diminish the protein’s ability to support intracellular glutathione production.
Furthermore, quality whey provides other critical, but fragile co-factors: immunoglobulins, lactoferrin and alpha lactalbumin (also a great source of cysteine) which all together help create the right metabolic environment for high glutathione activity.
Whey is not the only food that promotes glutathione. Other whole foods including cheese, fish, eggs, nuts, seeds, germs, roots, vegetables and fruits can help promote glutathione or work as co-factors. However, these foods have little impact in creating significant changes in a person’s glutathione status.
The net increase in glutathione levels depend not just on the factors that boost glutathione but also on the factors that prevent glutathione from declining. A natural glutathione boost clearly depends on the REDUCTION of elements that deplete glutathione. Most notable among them are chemicals, toxins and sugar.
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The ability for dietary cysteine to boost glutathione status is clearly documented in medical literature. However, it must be consumed as found in specific peptide bonds. While whey protein by nature provides a rich and rare source for such bonded cysteine, it is largely destroyed in nearly all commercial applications.
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