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I was interested to read the glutathione cover story in your Oct/Nov 2020 issue. I practice nutrition, because it is safer and more effective than the alternatives, if used carefully. But there are pitfalls.

Glutathione is oxidized in the process of detoxifying harmful chemicals, and has to be reduced back to its original state so that it can be used again. The safe way to keep glutathione levels up is to regenerate it with vitamins B2, B3 and the powerful

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