Renal failure characterized by the retention of nitrogenous wastes in the blood and the inability of the kidneys to remove waste products from your blood. This is very serious and even deadly if left untreated. Acute renal failure occurs most commonly when the kidney suffers inadequate blood flow. The most common cause of poor blood flow is artherosclerosis which is the build-up of plaque and other blockages in the blood vessels. Glutathione fights plaque formation by inhibiting lipid peroxidation which is the oxidation of fats. The typical form of chronic renal failure is the result of aging. It is simply a “wearing out” process. Chronic renal failure is a condition in which kidney function gradually declines, until the kidneys are unable to filter wastes from the body, maintain the proper balance of water and chemicals such as sodium and potassium in the bloodstream, or produce urine. One cause of renal failure is exposure to heavy metals such as mercury, cadmium, and lead. The body detoxifies these substances through Glutathione molecules which bind themselves to these metals after which they are removed from the body.

The cells of your kidneys are protected by high levels of Glutathione.


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