Glutathione – A Key to Optimum Growth and Development for a Lifetime
Glutathione plays a key role in boosting the immune systems of children. Glutathione aids in the production of immune cells which are needed to aid in the destruction of foreign pathogens. Children supplementing with glutathione will be building a strong immune system that will fight off infection and not allow the build-up of heavy metals in the body.
Glutathione is also a very important detoxifier that is able to convert the toxins from heavy metals and environmental pollutants into harmless substances that the human body can easily eliminate.
Glutathione is a master antioxidant that neutralizes free radical damage to the body. Healthy levels of glutathione in your eyes protects membrane integrity in the cornea, maintains normal hydration level in the eyes, and help in warding off dryness and early onset of short-sightedness.
Low levels of glutathione has also been associated with Autism. Research has shown that glutathione precursors can aid children experiencing the symptoms of autism spectrum disorders.
“The Best Gift You Can Give Your Child is Good Health”
EDG3 Junior is made from a US-patented amino acid blend used in EDG3, which are the key nutrients needed for our body to generate glutathione. This formula works better than vitamin C in building a stronger immune system among children because glutathione works at the cellular level. It is the cell guardian that protects their DNA from environmental toxin damage. Moreover, glutathione can recycle vitamin C and make it work better and longer.
Every day, your body uses up its stored glutathione for daily metabolic processes. That is why it is important for your children to consume the right nutrients needed for daily glutathione production. EDG3 Junior is formulated by renowned research scientist and physician, Dr Albert Crum, a Harvard alumnus. It is easily absorbed by the body and, owing to its unique technology, has been clinically proven to effectively improve children’s immunity and to protect their brain and nervous system development.