Posted on August 18, 2020
by: Hyacinth Acain for TheAtomicDiet.com
Side Note: This article was inspired in one of my previous conversations with my former University classmate, now colleague, Libra Cadiz, whom I would often ask for peer-to-peer counseling.
How do you get Glutathione benefits without taking the pill? How do you consume Glutathione as part of your diet meal plan? What are the food sources of Glutathione? That is, what is the natural way to take Glutathione?
But first, what is Glutathione?
Glutathione is an antioxidant composed of a chain of three non-essential amino acids, which are the following: Glutamic acid, Cysteine, and Glycine.
Now you would wonder, what is a non-essential amino acid?
To further explain, amino acids are proteins. It is like a framework of a building or a house, and in this case, it is the macronutrient called protein. When you eat a protein food source, it is broken down via digestion, and what remains are the amino acids.
Egg is a great source of all essential amino acids.
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There are only two sets of amino acids, namely, the essential amino acids and non-essential amino acids. From the word itself, the essential amino acids are biological necessities, which must be supplied in our everyday diet because our body barely produces it. Whereas the non-essential amino acids are internal sources, i.e., it is created in the liver.
So, where can we get glutathione?
As mentioned from the beginning of this article, glutathione is composed of three non-essential amino acids, and the latter statement explains that our liver is capable of producing glutathione.