"Empower Your Body to Stay Healthy" This episode is all about keeping glutathione working at its best to stay healthy and support our immune systems. Dr. Nayan Patel is an internationally recognized expert, consultant, and lecturer on glutathione, and has been a respected pharmacist for twenty-two years. After studying mechanical engineering and chemistry at California State University, Fullerton, Dr. Patel received his Pharm.D degree from the USC School of Pharmacy. He now serves as an adjunct faculty member. Dr. Patel has traveled the world educating practitioners on advanced biochemistry and anti-aging science and is a member of the International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists. He lives with his family in Southern California. In this podcast, The Glutathione Revolution,
Let’s talk about 5 ways to strengthen your immune system for optimal immune health. The reality is, it has never been more important that our bodies and internal systems are running at their best. Here they are: Removing toxins to strengthen your immune system Stop putting toxins INTO your body. Take a look at the things that you are putting in and around your body, and ask yourself these questions: Food: Are you eating nutrient-dense, whole foods? Are you reading labels, looking at ingredients? Are you eating a lot of packaged foods? Avoid GMO, non-organic, artificially flavored and processed foods. Cleaning supplies: Are you cleaning with toxic cleaners? Almost all conventional cleaners are toxic and highly detrimental to your
Glutathione is our body's master antioxidant. It is produced and used by the liver to detoxify. While glutathione production naturally decreases with age, the problem is most people's levels are being dramatically depleted by modern, everyday stressors. But guess what research is also showing us? Low glutathione levels appear to take COVID symptoms from mild to severe. How do you know if you have low glutathione levels? Here are some common symptoms: Lack of energy Joint and muscle aches and pains Foggy brain Frequent infections Poor sleep Anemia What depletes our glutathione levels? Alcohol Acetaminophen, (aka Tylenol) Diabetes Aging (affecting men more than women) Heavy metals bind to glutathione. Ask yourself if there are heavy metals in your water.