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Glutathione deficiency is seen in almost all CFIDS -- it is usually assumed that this occurs as a result of being exhausted from fighting infections.

Background on Glutathione

"Foods containing glutathione include avocado, watermelon, asparagus, grapefruit, potato, acorn squash, strawberries, oranges, tomatoes, cantaloupe, broccoli, okra, peaches, zucchini, and spinach."

 

IV Injections are one approach, another approach is to use supplements:

  •  Whey increases it
  • 4 grams of Vitamin C per day (slows glutathione loss) and 500 mg of magnesium [source]
  • Selenium 200mcg/day - Needed to make the important enzyme Glutathione [source]
  • Vitamin D ... increased glutathione levels
  • Tumeric -
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