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Glutathione Treatments 101: Part 1 — The Mother of All Antioxidants

If you are aging prematurely, feeling run down or depressed, or are suffering from lung disease, diabetes, thyroid dysfunction or any of a number of auto-immune or inflammatory conditions, one of the underlying issues could be that your body is running low on reduced glutathione (GSH). A powerful and normally abundant antioxidant, glutathione protects cells from oxidative stress — a condition that ensues when free radicals overwhelm the body’s ability to regulate them.

Abundant amounts of glutathione are required in the liver and brain to reduce inflammation, support healthy detoxification, reduce infection, protect DNA, and support the clearance of medications. As the “mother of all antioxidants,” glutathione has a wide array of positive impacts on the body. It can help to support the liver following alcohol consumption, reduce some of the negative impacts associated with smoking, and speed recovery from viruses, infection, exercise, and injuries.


In Part 1 of this two-part series, we explain the importance of maintaining a healthy ratio of reduced-to-oxidized glutathione, present common illnesses that arise when imbalances are left untreated, explain the benefits of glutathione, and reveal the risks of having too much GSH. In Part 2, we will cover how we use glutathione at the BioDesign Wellness Center in many of our treatments for a wide range of health conditions.

Maintaining a Healthy Ratio of GSH-to-GSSG

The body actually has two forms of glutathione: continue reading

Part II of Repairing Tampa’s Knees with Stem Cell Therapy

If you read Part I in our series on Repairing Tampa’s Knees with Stem Cell Therapy, you know that recently, doctors have started using stem cells to restore cartilage and to heal damaged bone, muscle, tendons, and ligaments, and that as a result, stem cell therapy may help some people avoid surgery or at least delay it indefinitely.

Here at BioDesign Wellness Center, we offer stem cell therapy in a minimally invasive environment that provides relief and restoration of damaged or deteriorated knees.

Is Stem Cell Therapy Right for You?

If you have chronic knee pain due to orthopedic injuries or degenerative conditions, such as osteoarthritis, you should at least consider stem cell therapy as a replacement for or in addition to surgery.

For example, if your knee joint has lost most or all of its cartilage — resulting in a “bone on bone” condition — stem cell therapy may help to replace the lost cartilage and possibly avoid total knee replacement surgery.

Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy

Another example is someone who has had arthroscopic surgery to repair a torn meniscus or torn ligaments — stem cell therapy may help to restore the normal structure and function of the damaged tissue or restore tissue that was removed during surgery.

Stem cell therapy in Tampa offers several benefits over other treatments, including: continue reading

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