Dr. Anthony Salzarulo, D.C., P.C.

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03/22/2023

Holistic Treatment for Lupus in NYC

Lupus also known as SLE (Systemic lupus erythematosus) is an autoimmune disease in which the immune system attacks its own tissues, causing widespread inflammation and tissue damage throughout the body. It can affect the skin (especially the face), joints, kidneys, heart, lungs, brain, blood cells and blood vessels. Although lupus affects people of all ages, it is most often diagnosed between the ages of 15 and 45, however, younger, and older individuals can be affected.

Common Signs and Symptoms of Lupus:

- Pain or swelling in the joints
- A butterfly-shaped rash on the cheeks and nose
- Fatigue
- Swelling of the hands and feet
- Excessive protein in the urine
- Sensitivity to light
- Fevers
- Hair loss
- Headaches
- Sores in the mouth and nose

Major Underlying Causes of Lupus (SLE)

First and foremost, the focus of holistic treatment for lupus is to find and address the underlying causes and – most importantly – to set the body to heal at the deepest levels. What I have found to be the major underlying causes of Lupus are:

- Viruses
- Environmental Toxins
- Mold
- Food Allergies
- Heavy Metal Toxicity
- Candida Overgrowth
- Emotional Trauma and Stress
- Microbiome imbalances
- Inflammatory Foods
- Lifestyle Factors
- Epigenetic Factors

According to the principles of holistic medicine, only the treatments that address the underlying causes of disease will have lasting health results. In my many years of practicing holistic medicine, I have found that every individual who has been diagnosed with Lupus has at least four of the above-mentioned underlying causes. For example, when inflammatory foods are identified and removed from the body, the inflammation begins to lessen and that is when the body begins to heal.

Holistic Treatment for Lupus (SLE)

As a holistic doctor, I offer holistic programs that are designed to meet your individual needs and health goals. All my programs are clearly written out and explained. They let you know exactly what you need to do, including:

- What foods will help you heal
- What foods to stay away from
- What lifestyle changes will help you heal
- What detoxification practices are recommended
- What practices will help to reduce your stress
- What supplements or homeopathic remedies are recommended
- What specific tests are recommended
- What educational materials are helpful to watch or read
- Recommend practices to keep you inspired and motivated during your healing process

The Benefits of Holistic Treatment for Lupus:

- Healing at the Deepest Levels
- Marked Reduction or Resolution of Inflammation and swelling
- Marked Reduction or Resolution of Pain
- Much More Energy
- Healing of the affected organs
- Healing of the skin
- Better Sleep
- Less Anxiety
- Lasting Health Results

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03/14/2023

Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)

Rheumatoid Arthritis is a chronic autoimmune disorder that primarily affects the joints but it can also affect other parts of the body such as the skin, heart, lungs, and eyes. According to the American College of Rheumatology, RA is the most common form of autoimmune arthritis. On average, Rheumatoid Arthritis affects women two to three times more than men.

Common Signs of Rheumatoid Arthritis

- Pain or aching in more than one joint
- Stiffness in more than one joint
- Swelling in more than one joint.
- The same joints on both sides of the body are affected.
- Joint deformities
- Decrease in range of motion
- Muscle pain and soreness
- Unexplained weight loss
- Weakness
- Fatigue
- Anemia
- Fever
- Skin redness and lumps

Major Underlying Causes of Rheumatoid Arthritis

The focus of holistic treatment for Rheumatoid Arthritis is to find and address the underlying causes and – most importantly – to set the body to heal at the deepest levels. What I have found to be the major underlying causes of Rheumatoid Arthritis are:

- Viruses
- Environmental Toxins
- Mold
- Heavy Metal Toxicity
- Food Allergies
- Leaky Gut
- Mycotoxins
- Candida Overgrowth
- Microbiome imbalances
- Emotional Trauma and Stress
- Inflammatory Foods
- Lifestyle Factors
- Epigenetic Factors

Holistic Treatment for Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)

As a holistic doctor, I offer holistic programs that are designed to meet your individual needs and health goals. All my programs are clearly written out and explained. They let you know exactly what you need to do, including:

- What foods will help you heal
- What foods to stay away from
- What lifestyle changes will help you heal
- What detoxification practices are recommended
- What practices will help to reduce your stress
- What supplements or homeopathic remedies are recommended
- What specific tests are recommended
- What educational materials are helpful to watch or read

The Benefits of Holistic Treatment for RA

The holistic approach is based on the principle that the body has an innate ability to heal itself, and can do so if given the right tools. Some of the benefits of holistic treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) include:

- Healing at the Deepest Levels
- Marked Reduction or Resolution of Inflammation and Swelling
- Marked Reduction or Resolution of Pain
- Improved Strength
- Improved Range of Motion
- Much More Energy
- Healing of the Affected Organs
- Healing of the Skin
- Less Anxiety
- Lasting Health Results

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03/07/2023

Holistic Treatment of Diabetes & Pre-diabetes!

Type 1 diabetes – also known as insulin dependent diabetes – is typically diagnosed in children between ages 4 and 14, although it can also develop in adults. It is an autoimmune reaction that destroys the cells in the pancreas that make insulin.

Research suggests that this autoimmune reaction may be caused by a viral infection. Genetics may also be a causative factor. Individuals with type 1 diabetes will always require insulin injections. Approximately 10% of all diabetes is Type 1 diabetes.

Type 2 Diabetes and Pre-diabetes are conditions in which the body is unable to effectively use insulin to bring glucose into your cells. This is because the body’s cells become resistant to insulin. This is known as insulin resistance. When glucose does not enter the cells, it accumulates in the blood resulting in chronically elevated blood sugar levels. This chronic elevation of blood glucose usually leads to a diagnosis of pre-diabetes and diabetes. Some of the main causes of insulin resistance are:

- Diet (especially a high carbohydrate diet)
- Physical inactivity
- Stress
- Sleep disorders
- Food sensitivities
- Excess body fat
- Hypothyroidism
- Adrenal gland imbalances
- Toxins
- Some medications

Over time, these elevated blood sugar levels can cause many health problems, including high cholesterol, atherosclerosis, obesity, vascular disease, high blood pressure, heart disease, kidney damage, dementia, neuropathy, and retinopathy. Advanced symptoms of elevated blood sugar include blindness, amputations, kidney failure, stroke and, in some instances, even death.

If the underlying causes of your Diabetes and Pre-diabetes are not addressed, your body may never be able to restore its balance and truly heal. As a holistic doctor, I offer holistic programs that identify and address the underlying causes of your Diabetes and Pre-diabetes. All my programs are clearly written out and explained. They let you know exactly what you need to do, including:

- Foods to help you maintain ideal blood sugar and ideal weight
- What foods to stay away from
- Lifestyle changes will help you maintain ideal blood sugar levels
- What practices will help to reduce your stress
- What supplements or homeopathic remedies are recommended
- What practices will help you maintain normal hormone levels
- What detoxification practices are recommended
- What educational materials are helpful to watch or read
- What specific tests are recommended

Some Health Benefits of a Holistic Approach for Diabetes:

- Normal blood sugar levels
- Much more energy
- Balanced hormone levels
- Ideal body weight
-Marked reduction or resolution of inflammation
- Normal blood pressure
- Marked Reduction or Resolution of Pain
- Improved circulation
- Less Anxiety
- Improved Mood
- Lasting Health Results
- Healing at the deepest levels

Learn more at https://www.drsalzarulo.com/services/common-conditions-treated/diabetes-holistic-treatments-nyc/

02/27/2023

Holistic Treatment for Autoimmune Disease in NYC:

There are more than 80 types of autoimmune disorders (some studies suggest more than 100), and incidences of them are becoming increasingly common in the United States. They occur when your body’s immune system mistakenly attacks healthy cells, tissues and organs.

Common autoimmune disorders include Hashimoto’s disease, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, multiple sclerosis, Crohn’s disease, Graves disease, Sjögren’s syndrome, celiac disease, vitiligo, and eczema, and psoriasis.

Causes of Autoimmune Disorders:

There are many potential causes of autoimmune disorders, including environmental toxins, viral infections, prolonged stress, microbiome imbalances, leaky gut, and genetics to name a few. But one thing is clear: the standard medical approach of treating autoimmune disorders with suppressive drugs often does not provide the results that clients want and deserve.

The Benefits of Holistic Treatment for Autoimmune Disorders:

The holistic approach is based on the principle that the body has an innate ability to heal itself, and it can do so if given the right tools.

Some of the benefits of holistic treatment for autoimmune disorders include:

Marked Reduction or Resolution of Inflammation

Improved Function

Marked Reduction or Resolution of Pain

Improved Gut Health

Clear Skin

Balanced Hormones

Better Sleep

Much More Energy

Less Anxiety

Improved Mood

Lasting Health Results

Healing at the Deepest Levels

How Dr. Salzarulo Addresses Autoimmune Disorders?

If the underlying triggers of your autoimmune response are not addressed, the odds are great that your body may never heal. As a holistic doctor, I offer a program that’s designed for your individual needs. The key points of my program are clearly written out and lets you know exactly what you need to do, including:

What Foods will help you Heal

What Foods to Stay Away From

Recommended Supplements & Homeopathic Remedies

What Lifestyle Changes will Help you Heal

What Practices will Help to Reduce your Stress

What Educational Material are Helpful to Watch or Read

What Detoxification Practices are Recommended

What Tests are Recommended

More About Detoxification:

One of the biggest challenges in today’s world is bioaccumulation, which is the gradual build up of toxins in the body.

As these toxins build up in our bodies, they greatly contribute to the inflammation and disease process. Therefore, it is very important to know which are the right foods, supplements, and holistic practices to assist the body in the detoxification of these toxins.

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Healthy Fats and Oils!Much of the information regarding dietary fat intake is confusing and conflicting. Most people try...
02/16/2023

Healthy Fats and Oils!

Much of the information regarding dietary fat intake is confusing and conflicting. Most people try to avoid all fats because they are misinformed. Approximately 95% of the U.S. population does not get the right kinds of fats and oils to stay healthy. They eat refined, processed, overheated, hydrogenated and solvent-ridden oils.


Eating unhealthy fats leads the cell membranes to become clogged and inflamed, causing them to work against you. When your cell membranes are not working correctly, your cells will malfunction, which can manifest into just about any disease you can imagine. The ingestion of unhealthy fats also puts a strain on our organs, especially the liver and gallbladder. In addition, a growing body of medical evidence indicates that consumption of processed oils and trans fats raise levels of LDL (the bad cholesterol) and reduces levels of HDL (the good cholesterol). This double whammy increases the risk of atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), which itself is an independent risk factor for heart attacks and strokes. Unhealthy fats are also suspected of causing certain cancers, including breast cancer.

What Foods Contain Processed Oils and Trans Fats?

Processed oils and trans fats are commonly found in foods like: shortenings, margarine, cakes, cookies, crackers, pretzels, snack foods, fried foods, donuts, pastries, baked goods, and other processed foods made with “partially hydrogenated oils”. In addition, small amounts of trans fatty acids occur naturally in various meat and dairy products.

What are the Healthy (Essential) Fats?
The two basic categories of essential fatty acids are: Omega-3s and Omega-6s
Omega-6 and Omega-3 essential fatty acids are ideally consumed in a ratio of approximately 3:1 – three omega-6s for every one omega-3.


Most Western diets range between 20 and 30 to 1 in favor of omega-6, which is not good for health. It is estimated that approximately 90% of Americans are deficient in omega-3s. In general, we consume too much omega-6 fat and not enough omega-3 fat. Unfortunately, many of the oils high in omega-6 are heavily processed and can cause imbalances and harm to our terrains as mentioned above.


The primary sources of omega-6s are corn, soy, canola, safflower, primrose, grape seed, and sunflower oils. They are also found in raw nuts and some seeds. These oils are overabundant in the typical diet, which explains our excess omega-6 levels.

Omega-3s are typically found in Alaskan salmon, sardines, mackerel, lake trout, flaxseeds, chia seeds, walnuts, and cod liver and krill oils. Supplementing with omega-3 oils is often required to ensure the daily therapeutic dose. It is especially needed for those who do not consume adequate amounts of fish high in omega-3s. For vegetarians and vegans there are plant derived omega-3 supplements.

The benefits of consuming a diet that is balance with omega 3 and omega 6 essential fatty acids include: increased stamina, improved brain function, (the brain is approximately 60% fat),
improved digestion, stronger bones, lower glycemic index, lower triglycerides and cholesterol,
better sleep, healthy hair, healthy nails and radiant skin, to name a few.

What Foods Contain Processed Oils and Trans Fats?
Processed oils and trans fats are commonly found in foods like: shortenings, margarine, cakes, cookies, crackers, pretzels, snack foods, fried foods, donuts, pastries, baked goods, and other processed foods made with “partially hydrogenated oils”. In addition, small amounts of trans fatty acids occur naturally in various meat and dairy products.

What are the Healthy (Essential) Fats?
The two basic categories of essential fatty acids are: Omega-3s and Omega-6s
Omega-6 and Omega-3 essential fatty acids are ideally consumed in a ratio of approximately 3:1 – three omega-6s for every one omega-3.


Most Western diets range between 20 and 30 to 1 in favor of omega-6, which is not good for health. It is estimated that approximately 90% of Americans are deficient in omega-3s. In general, we consume too much omega-6 fat and not enough omega-3 fat. Unfortunately, many of the oils high in omega-6 are heavily processed and can cause imbalances and harm to our terrains as mentioned above.


The primary sources of omega-6s are corn, soy, canola, safflower, primrose, grape seed, and sunflower oils. They are also found in raw nuts and some seeds. These oils are overabundant in the typical diet, which explains our excess omega-6 levels.

Omega-3s are typically found in Alaskan salmon, sardines, mackerel, lake trout, flaxseeds, chia seeds, walnuts, and cod liver and krill oils. Supplementing with omega-3 oils is often required to ensure the daily therapeutic dose. It is especially needed for those who do not consume adequate amounts of fish high in omega-3s. For vegetarians and vegans there are plant derived omega-3 supplements.

The benefits of consuming a diet that is balance with omega 3 and omega 6 essential fatty acids include: increased stamina, improved brain function, (the brain is approximately 60% fat),
improved digestion, stronger bones, lower glycemic index, lower triglycerides and cholesterol,
better sleep, healthy hair, healthy nails and radiant skin, to name a few.
Increase your intake of Omega-3s and decrease your intake of Omega-6s!

Essential fatty acids can turn rancid very quickly. They should be kept away from light, heat and air and they should be refrigerated once opened. Also, they are destroyed by commercial processing, so always buy UNREFINED, COLD-PRESSED oils. Finally, pesticides often gather in fats and oils, so buy ORGANIC whenever possible. When purchasing oils, particularly olive oil, make sure the oil is dark in color (light oils are highly refined) and in a dark bottle.
Use unrefined, cold-pressed, organic oils.

NEVER RECYCLE ANY OILS – once you cook with any oils, they must be discarded. Recycled oils are highly inflammatory.

Healthy Fat Recipes
One delicious way to add Omega-3’s to your diet is by adding this flax/olive oil dressing to your salads:
1 cup olive oil – should be dark in color and in a dark bottle

1 cup flaxseed oil
3 cloves garlic (finely chopped)

½ teaspoon Celtic sea salt
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4 finely chopped kalamata or green olives

Black pepper to taste


This dressing must be refrigerated and never heated or used for cooking. It’s best to use no more than one tablespoon per serving.

It is best not to cook with oils. When oils are used for cooking, use coconut oil, avocado oil, and grapeseed oil. These oils are more heat tolerant than others. Never cook oils with a high heat!
 High heat increases dangerous free radical production, even with heat tolerant oils. Strictly avoid fried foods!

Best for cooking – most heat tolerant

• Avocado oil

• Coconut oil

• Grapeseed oil

Best for dressings, dips (do not heat)

• Olive oil – should be dark in color and in a dark bottle

• Flaxseed oil (never heat, always keep refrigerated)

• Sesame oil

• Avocado oil

Oils to avoid

• ALL processed oils

• ALL margarines and margarine-based spreads

• Partially hydrogenated oils (including hydrogenated palm oil)

• Trans fats

• Vegetable shortening

• Vegetable oils:

o Canola oil –always GMO.

o Cottonseed Oil – heavily processed, probable GMO

o Corn oil – heavily refined and processed, high in Omega 6, probable GMO

o Soy or soybean oil – heavily processed, probable GMO

• Some popular brands to avoid are Wesson, Crisco, Mazola, Hy-Vee, Smart Balance

• Also avoid any oils that contain artificial flavorings, colorings, and preservatives—always read the labels

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Why Should You Care About Pesticides?There is growing consensus in the scientific community that small doses of pesticid...
02/14/2023

Why Should You Care About Pesticides?

There is growing consensus in the scientific community that small doses of pesticides and other chemicals can adversely affect people, especially during vulnerable periods of fetal development and childhood when exposures can have long lasting effects. Because the toxic effects of pesticides are worrisome, not well understood, or in some cases completely unstudied, shoppers are wise to minimize exposure to pesticides whenever possible.

Will Washing and Peeling Help?

Nearly all of the data used to create these lists already considers how people typically wash and prepare produce (for example, apples are washed before testing, bananas are peeled). While washing and rinsing fresh produce may reduce levels of some pesticides, it does not eliminate them. Peeling also reduces exposures, but valuable nutrients often go down the drain with the peel. The best option is to eat a varied diet, wash all produce, and choose organic when possible to reduce exposure to potentially harmful chemicals.

How This Guide Was Developed

The produce ranking was developed by analysts at the not-for-profit Environmental Working Group (EWG) based on the results of nearly 43,000 tests for pesticides on produce collected by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration between 2000 and 2005.

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Pumpkin Seeds 🎃Health Benefits 🎃Pumpkin seeds are rich in many vitamins and minerals including zinc, manganese, magnesiu...
02/13/2023

Pumpkin Seeds 🎃

Health Benefits 🎃
Pumpkin seeds are rich in many vitamins and minerals including zinc, manganese, magnesium, iron, copper, phosphorus, and vitamin E. To take full advantage of the amount of zinc in pumpkin seeds it is recommended that you consume the unshelled form. There is a thin film-like portion of the seed called the endosperm that contains the most amount of zinc; this layer is usually close to the shell of the seed and lost in the shelled form. Zinc plays an important role on the cellular level by helping build and repair cells and can also support your immune system and help your body fight off colds.

How To Incorporate Pumpkin Seeds Into Your Diet 🎃
Pumpkin seeds make a great addition to smoothies, baked goods, salads, and granola. They are also great to enjoy by themselves as a power boosting snack. To prepare your own pumpkin seeds first remove them from the pumpkin cavity and wash away any extra pumpkin pulp. Next spread them out on some parchment paper and leave them over night to dry. Then spread a single layer out on a baking sheet and roast them for 15-20 minutes at 165ºF. Let them cool and enjoy!

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H**p Seeds 🌱Nutritional Benefits 🌱H**p seeds are high in protein, and are an excellent source of protein for vegetarians...
02/12/2023

H**p Seeds 🌱

Nutritional Benefits 🌱
H**p seeds are high in protein, and are an excellent source of protein for vegetarians and vegans. Just one and a half tablespoons of h**p seeds have 5 grams of protein. Aside from being an amazing source of plant protein, it is also easy for the body to digest. Additionally, h**p protein contains all 21 amino acids including the 9 essential amino acids our bodies cannot produce. They are also rich in essential fatty acid and have more essential fatty acid than flax seeds. Essential fatty acids are necessary fats that humans cannot make on their own, and must be obtained through diet. There are two families of essential fatty acids, Omega-3 and Omega-6. H**p seeds contain both. They are also a great source of disease-protective phytonutrients, which support your immune system, bloodstream, tissues, and cells.

How To Incorporate H**p Seeds Into Your Diet 🌱
H**p seeds have a light nutty flavor and a soft texture. H**p seeds can be eaten by themselves or sprinkled into just about anything like cereal, smoothies, salads, and granola. You can also enjoy h**p seed butter as a nutritious spread.

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Kale: Nutritious and Delicious!🥬 Few greens can compare to the magnificent nutrient panel of kale, making it a highly nu...
02/11/2023

Kale: Nutritious and Delicious!

🥬 Few greens can compare to the magnificent nutrient panel of kale, making it a highly nutrient-dense food. One cup of fresh raw kale supplies approximately 10,000 IU of vitamin A, primarily in the forms of beta-carotene. It also contains the other carotenoids lutein and zeaxanthin. These carotenoids have antioxidant properties that protect the body from free radicals. Eventually, the damage caused by free radicals can cause several chronic illnesses.

Lutein and zeaxanthin have been studied rigorously for their roles in eye health. Fluorescent lighting, computer and video screens, cell phones and even alarm clocks emit damaging blue light that contributes to modern eye degeneration. This superfood is a necessary dietary supplement to combat the impairment committed by everyday technology.

Kale is also an excellent source of amino acids. It contains all nine essential amino acids making it an indispensable food source for vegans and vegetarians. Another unique nutritional quality of kale is the presence of omega-3 fatty acids. Generally thought of as a nutrient only found in fish, seafood and flaxseeds, kale takes its place among omega-3 foods. Kale actually contains more omega-3 fatty acids than omega-6 fatty acids, which is rare among vegetables.

Kale also provides an impressive amount of vitamin K, containing 547 micrograms per one cup serving. Vitamin K is most often associated with blood clotting, but it has also been studied as an influential nutrient in bone mineralization. Postmenopausal women with risk factors for osteoporosis have presented with deficient vitamin K levels, contributing to bone loss.

Kale is a macronutrient-packed superfood that contains vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, amino acids and a hefty supply of fatty acids. These attributes make kale a remarkable addition to any healthy diet.

🥬 Here are some great Kale Recipes:

Homemade Kale Chips: a great snack, and easy to make! Simply tear up a head of kale into pieces and toss with 1-2 tablespoons of olive oil and a pinch of sea salt. Arrange on a baking sheet and bake at 350 degrees until crispy (approximately 20 minutes). Enjoy!

Kale Coconut Green Smoothie Recipe:

1 banana, peeled (may use 1/2 cup of mixed berries instead) 🍌
1 orange, peeled and seeded 🍊
1 medium carrot, chopped 🥕
3 cups curly kale, stems removed 🥬
8 ounces unsweetened coconut milk 🥥

Remember, knowledge is powerful, so please share this information with everyone who will benefit from it.

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01/12/2023

Glutathione: The Mother of All Antioxidants

Glutathione is the mother of all antioxidants, the master detoxifier of the body, and the master regulator of the immune system. Glutathione is a substance found in every cell in the body. It acts as an antioxidant to neutralize free radicals and prevent cellular damage. Chemically, glutathione is a simple molecule composed of three protein building blocks or amino acids cysteine, glutamine, and glycine.

Healthy glutathione levels are a key factor in preventing chronic fatigue, heart disease, cancer, autoimmune disorders, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease and much more.

In ideal circumstances, the body makes sufficient glutathione, however, glutathione becomes depleted in the face of chronic stress, inflammation, hormonal imbalances, lack of sleep, anxiety, gut imbalances, emotional stress, pollution, poor diet, and toxic overload to name a few.

It is important to keep in mind that we all evolved from a time before there was more than 100,000 toxic chemicals released into our precious environment and toxic wastes polluted our air, water, etc.

Due to the many stresses of our environment, there is an epidemic deficiency of this life-giving substance. This deficiency leaves you susceptible to unrestricted cell disintegration from oxidative stress and makes the body much less able to do its job of detoxification. Toxins adhere to glutathione which carries it into bile and your stools and then out of your body. Glutathione also helps to control the production of NF-kB which is the single most important factor in causing inflammation in the body.

Our ability to produce and maintain high levels of glutathione is critical to recovery from nearly all chronic illnesses, to prevent disease and maintain optimal health and performance.

If you are stressed, toxic, or sick, you likely have a glutathione deficiency. Normally, glutathione is recycled in the body except when stress and toxic loads become too high.

Ways to increase Glutathione:

1. Consume sulfur-containing foods such as garlic, onions, and cruciferous vegetables 🧄🧅🥦
2. Regular exercise (not over-exercising) it is best to start slow and work your way up to 30 minutes of walking or light jogging at least 4 times per week. Strength training for 15-20 minutes 2-3 times a week. 🚶‍♀️🏃‍♀️🏋️‍♀️
3. Getting at least 7 and a half hours of quality sleep per day 😴
4. Taking a supplement that contains Liposomal Glutathione 💊

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