The IV Lounge Highlights Why Glutathione IV Therapy in Toronto May Help in Detoxification
The IV Lounge, an IV therapy clinic in Toronto, has published a new blog post highlighting the reasons why glutathione IV therapy in Toronto may help in detoxification. The article explains that glutathione may help people achieve optimal health by aiding with detoxification. Detoxification is essential because people are exposed to toxins everyday, from plastics and food wrappers to pollution and alcohol beverages.
Dr. Amauri Caversan, ND from The IV Lounge says, “Toxins or toxic chemicals have been shown to cause illness, increase cancerous risks, and contribute to a reduction in lifespan. Excessive toxin levels degrade the human body on a cellular level, possibly causing cellular malfunctions and mutations, and compromising the mitochondria’s ability to operate. Available as an IV therapy in Toronto at The IV Lounge, glutathione intravenous therapy supplementation may help neutralize harmful free radicals in the body, while aiding in the support of liver and gallbladder detoxification.”
One important reason why glutathione IV therapy may help in detoxification is because it may assist the body to detoxify especially during the golden years. In addition, studies have shown that glutathione functions like a leader of the other antioxidants in fighting free radicals. It has been noted that the free radicals get passed around from vitamin C to vitamin E to alpha lipoic acid and lastly to glutathione, which will then cool off the free radicals and then recycle the other antioxidants. The body will then replenish the glutathione and the process is repeated. Supplementation may be needed because as people age, their glutathione levels decrease.
Another key reason is that glutathione may help in reducing cell damage caused by liver disease. Although further research may be required, a 2017 study had shown that glutathione may function as a robust antioxidant that may be beneficial in the treatment of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Meanwhile, it is important to note that for those who have a pre-existing medical condition or chronic disease, such as autoimmune diseases, heart disease, kidney disease and chronic inflammation, it is imperative for them to discuss first with Dr. Amauri Caversan, ND before they can be considered for glutathione IV therapy.
The clinic would also like to advise people who are considering glutathione supplementation to talk with a naturopathic doctor regarding certain supplements that may help in the production of glutathione, such as the herbal supplement, milk thistle. This contains silymarin, which has been observed to increase glutathione levels in rodents and in test-tube studies.
Another reason why glutathione IV therapy may be preferred is that it allows a person to avoid the digestive discomforts that may result with the use of oral glutathione supplements. Oral supplements may cause bloating in a number of people, but with IV therapy the digestive tract is bypassed, thus avoiding any stomach discomforts. A higher dose of glutathione is also possible with IV therapy and this also means maximum absorption of the glutathione that is promptly available for use by the body. For those who want to learn more about glutathione, you may want to check this previous article.
There are other kinds of IV therapy offered at The IV Lounge. For instance, Dr. Amauri Caversan, ND is assisted by Arv Buttar NP in providing the neurorecovery IV treatment. The Neurorecovery IV drip consists of a combination of amino acids and the co-enzyme NAD+. Such a combination is used because it has been noted that it may help in detoxification, in restoring damaged brain receptors, and in encouraging relaxation.
Another IV treatment that can be provided at The IV Lounge is the Max Hydration Drip. It is designed to deliver a combination of vitamins, minerals and electrolytes to help in rehydrating and detoxifying the body. It contains essential electrolytes that are needed in the proper functioning of the muscles, balancing the pH levels in the blood, and more.
For more information about The IV Lounge, contact the company here:
The IV Lounge
Dr. Amauri Caversan, ND
The IV Lounge
1200 Bay Street #1102
Toronto, Ontario M5R 2A5