Glutathione IV Therapy
When you need the best, you need the best. That’s why we’re so proud to offer a selection of regenerative machines unlike anything else in London—and possibly anywhere else. Alongside our incredible artillery of:
We also have some of the best intravenous therapy drips available. And today, we’ll talk to you about the master antioxidant: glutathione.
Glutathione is known ‘master antioxidant’ – and for a good reason!
Naturally occurring in the liver, glutathione is required by almost all body functions and is found in most cells.
Glutathione is a hard-working nutrient with many health benefits and participates in many biological processes.
Glutathione plays a vital role in detoxification reactions, protecting the cells from the harmful effects of unwanted chemical substances, such as free radicals. Glutathione also helps with cell growth, tissue building and repair, and immune function.
The body requires endless supplies of this essential nutrient. Glutathione production, unfortunately, decreases with age. This decline is one reason age spots are common as we grow older. In addition, the drop in glutathione production worsens with a high-stress lifestyle, poor eating habits or poor quality food, excessive toxins like smoking, alcohol or environmental pollutants and poor sleep, amongst other reasons.
When you don’t have enough glutathione, you can suffer from oxidative stress caused by free radicals. Many chronic health conditions are associated with low glutathione levels, including autoimmune diseases and heart disease.
When exposed to toxins like cigarette smoke or pollution, glutathione can help protect your cells from damage. It is essential for your lungs, liver, kidneys, and immune system. In fact, glutathione levels can be affected by everything from your diet to your stress level—making it an important goal to maintain healthy glutathione levels.
Researchers have discovered that taking glutathione intravenous therapy can help slow ageing, prevent cell damage and increase longevity. So, you may wonder, what is the difference between our intravenous therapy and just taking a glutathione supplement?
Intravenous glutathione therapy is the best way to get your body the necessary glutathione. Glutathione is a powerful antioxidant, but the body does not easily absorb it. This means that even if you take a glutathione supplement, your body may have trouble taking enough of it to have any effect.
The majority of supplements you take are not bioavailable for your body, meaning the active compound gets lost in the gastrointestinal tract and does not become carried in the bloodstream to be absorbed by the cells, tissues and organs. The glutathione molecule is larger than what can be absorbed through the intestines. This means that taking it orally passes through your digestive system without being fully digested.
Because IVs deliver a higher concentration of amino acid than oral supplements do—between 50% and 100% higher—they’re a more cost-effective way to get all the benefits of this powerful antioxidant without having to take multiple daily pills!
Intravenous glutathione therapy, on the other hand, delivers the antioxidant directly into your bloodstream through an IV line, bypassing the digestive system and allowing for an immediate boost in antioxidants. Restoring your glutathione levels with intravenous therapy will make you feel like yourself again! You’ll also have an easier time fighting off symptoms of ageing and staying healthy.
Intravenous Infusion of Gluthatione
Our treatment will provide you with an intravenous infusion of glutathione, giving your body the essential nutrients it needs to function at its best. And when your body is functioning at its best, everything else falls into place! You’ll have more energy and stamina, better moods and sleep patterns… even clearer skin!
We offer this treatment at our clinic in Molton Street, Mayfair, where we have professionals who can answer all your questions about the treatment process and its benefits. We’ll also help you find ways to incorporate this therapy into your everyday life so that combining it becomes second nature for you.