Unlike what the media and society portrays, a woman in her 30s is actually still pretty young. However, your body is probably experiencing what an older woman experiences because of all the built-up work and stressful lifestyle you’ve had since your 20s. If you haven’t been taking care of yourself, this might also be the time that your body shows symptoms of other serious illnesses. 

We agree that “prevention is better than cure” which is why we’re writing this article–to make sure you take health seriously from now on, starting with supplements. Our best bet for a woman in her 30s? Glutathione. It has been known for its skin brightening benefits but there is so much more it has to offer for a woman’s health.

Reduces oxidative stress

Glutathione is known as the “Mother of Antioxidants”. It fights off free radicals that produces imbalance and oxidative stress. This is a big deal because high levels of oxidative stress can cause significant damage to living cells and tissues, which means it can lead to multiple diseases such as diabetes, cancer, and rheumatoid arthritis. 

Reduces cell damage in the liver 

Love drinking cocktails and beer? You might need to slow down now that you’re in your 30s. If your liver works hard at detoxifying alcohol and it lacks antioxidants, it can malfunction and cause fatty liver disease. (BTW, This is possible whether or not you drink alcohol.) Glutathione helps you out in your liver by detoxifying your body’s pollutants, carcinogens, poisons, chemicals, and pesticides that damage your cells and circulatory system

Boosts Immune System

Did you notice that you’re more susceptible to sickness, even to the common cold, now that you’re in your 30s? You might have also been having a hard time keeping up with daily tasks. When you don’t take care of your body properly, your immune system diminishes. With glutathione you are helping your body build more cells that can protect you, fight off cells that harm you, and repair cells that keep you going.

Improves mental health

Yes. we’re talking about both mental health and the brain! Studies have shown that people with mental health problems have low glutathione levels, restoring normal levels may help balance the stress response and calm the mind. As for the mind, did you know that it takes up 20% of the oxygen in the whole body. This means reactive oxygen species are continuously generated and needs to be detoxed–which is where glutathione plays a key role in.

Glutathione is not something you can get from food. Your body produces it, but as you age, Glutathione production slows down. If you bump it up with daily intake, you will reap its benefits and achieve your health goals day by day. 

Comment below if you have more questions about Glutathione!