2013-02-07 23:07:14 | By. ADMINISTRATOR IT | READ 3,559 TIMES

TIME OF DAY:
According to researchers at Emory University, levels of glutathione vary over a 24-hour period, spiking about six hours after each meal and hitting their lowest point in the morning hours.
AGE:
Young, healthy people tend to have enough glutathione. However, glutathione levels start to decline at around age 45 and continue to decline until death.
HEALTH CONDITIONS:
Glutathione status may be depleted by a variety of different health conditions.
DIET:
The best dietary sources of glutathione are freshly prepared meats and fresh fruits and vegetables (both raw and cooked). Most processed foods have little to no glutathione.
GLUTATHIONE ANTAGONISTS:
Some foods - such as cereals, bread, and dairy products - are not only lacking glutathione, they actually act as glutathione antagonists. Common beverages such as tea and coffee also contain glutathione -destroying compounds, although in lower concentrations.
LIFESTYLE FACTORS:
Because cigarette smoking and excessive alcohol intake cause an increase in free radical production, both habits deplete glutathione levels.
MEDICATIONS:
Both prescription and over-the-counter drugs can lower glutathione status.
WEIGHT:
People who are overweight tend to have lower glutathione levels than those who are within normal weight range because excess fat is correlated with oxidative (free radical-induced) stress.
 

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