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  • L-Glutathione | 90 capsules á 300 mg
  • Bioactive, reduced L-glutathione as the body’s own active form of glutathione
  • Full 300mg L-glutathione per capsule
  • 100% natural, obtained from fermentation
  • Vegan and free from any additives
  • Only vegan capsule shells: 100% free of carrageenan and PEG
  • Plastic free packaging
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L-Glutathione Capsules

Bioactive reduced L-glutathione
as an endogenous active substance

L-Glutathione capsules from Sanutrition contain 300 mg L-Glutathione per capsule in
its reduced, active form corresponding to the body’s own structure.
It is produced naturally through plant fermentation.
Reduced L-glutathione is the bioactive form as it is also produced by the body itself.
This makes L-Glutathione capsules from Sanutrition well absorbable.

Glutathione – one of the
most important and powerful antioxidants

Glutathione (GSH) is an endogenous peptide compound found in virtually all human
cells and is a component of important enzymes. In the body, it is absorbed via a
two-step synthesis process from the three amino acids glutamic acid, cysteine and glycine.
However, after the mid-forties, the ability to synthesize the sulfur-containing tripeptide decreases.
Also stress, environmental pollution, diseases, inflammations or an unbalanced diet
can lead to increased glutathione consumption in the cells.

Glutathione is considered to be one of the most important and powerful antioxidants and
is found in almost all human body cells.
It not only protects against free radicals, but also has the ability to protect other oxidative
regenerate depleted antioxidants.
These include, for example, vitamins A, C and E, flavonoids, co-enzyme Q10 and selenium.


L-glutathione (reduced),
vegan capsule shell (hydroxypropylmethylcellulose)

Ingredients per daily dose (1 capsule) % NRV*
L-glutathione 300 mg -**

* the nutrient reference quantity
** no reference available

Sustainable packaging

Our high quality micronutrient product in pure form comes in recyclable packaging without plastic.



Sustainable and environmentally friendly at Sanutrition

  • Premium active ingredients as pure substances
  • Sourced directly from the most reputable raw material suppliers in the world
  • Avoidance of any synthetic additives
  • If additives, only valuable natural substances
  • Voluntary declaration also of substances that do not have to be declared
  • Maximum avoidance of chem. Solvent for extracts
  • Exclusive custom made for purity and quality
  • Production in AT and EU (HACCP, GMP)
  • Only vegan capsule shells: 100% free of carrageenan and PEG
  • Sustainable packaging made of climate-neutral paper, no plastic, no aluminum, no energy-intensive glass

All products 100% without: magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide, nanoparticles (without legal exceptions), genetic engineering, artificial colors and flavors, titanium dioxide, added sugars & sweeteners.



At Sanutrition, we focus on products that help you lead a
healthy and happy life
and at the same time be in harmony with nature. We have concentrated on the development, production and marketing of
Premium micronutrient preparations
focused. From all regions of the world, we seek out outstanding foods and valuable botanicals that help you promote and maintain health and vitality naturally. All preparations are produced in manufactory standard according to the Pure substance principle – completely without artificial colorants, flavor enhancers, coating and separating agents in Austria and exported throughout Europe.
With the world’s first
Paper can for supplements
we set new standards in the field of sustainable, climate-neutral packaging. Our developments & productions meet the highest demands in terms of naturalness, purity and quality. We pursue this ideal at all levels, with meticulous love, down to the smallest detail.

Additional information

L-glutathione Synonym(s): glutathione, endogenous tripeptide of the amino acids L-glutamic acid, L-cysteine and glycine

Occurrence in food
Glutathione is found in foods in very different amounts. High concentrations contain sprouts and shoots, asparagus, yeast and meat. However, storage, processing and heating destroy the vital substance. Accordingly, processed foods contain only small amounts of the vital substance.

Physiological effects
Antioxidant : Most important intracellular antioxidant.
Liver: glutathione is essential for detoxification processes in the liver
Immune system: Involvement in prostaglandin and leukotriene metabolism.
Musculature: anticatabolic effect
Regulation of the muscle protein balance

Increased demand
Ingestion of acetaminophen, radiation therapy, cytostatic drugs, old age, premature infants, stress, physical exertion, low alimentary protein intake.

The physiological importance of L-glutathione
The tri-peptide L-glutathione is quantitatively the most important intracellular sulfur compound. It is synthesized endogenously in the cell from the amino acid cysteine. Glutathione and the resulting selenium-containing glutathione peroxidase form one of the most important antioxidant redox systems in the intracellular space. L-glutathione preserves cell structures, lipids, proteins and nucleic acids from oxidative damage caused by oxygen and hydrogen peroxide radicals. During the degradation of these free radicals, the reduced glutathione form is converted into the oxidized glutathione disulfide, which in turn is regenerated with the help of a vitamin B2-dependent enzyme and with the participation of niacin in the redox recycling process (1). A close relationship exists between vitamin C supply and glutathione synthesis. When vitamin C intake is restricted, glutathione plasma concentration decreases and the ratio of reduced to oxidized glutathione deteriorates (2).

Micronutrient Coach® – The great BIOGENA compendium of nutrients. 4th ed. Verlagshaus der Ärzte, Editors: Dr. Christina Schmidbauer and Georg Hofstätter MSc.


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