The following is information provided by the manufacturer of Tri-Fortify. I have reviewed it and agree with these statements.
Marty Ross MD
Information from Researched Nutritionals
Tri-Fortify provides the preferred reduced L-glutathione, the major intracellular antioxidant essential for detoxification in the body, plus vitamin C, in an absorbable liposomal delivery system. The unique liposome structure allows it to combine effectively with the body's natural fluids and penetrate its protective membranes, bypassing the digestive system and directly entering the blood stream. By avoiding the process of digestion, nutrient absorption and utilization is much quicker and more complete.
We have developed a new delivery system: a pleasant naturally flavored gel that you squeeze onto a spoon and enjoy. No need to mix with juice or water. Tri-Fortify effectively encases the glutathione, offering you a taste profile unmatched by any other glutathione product.
Our product formulators developed Tri-Fortify with the goals to optimize efficacy and to reduce cost per serving. You will find the cost per serving (with 450mg of glutathione and 50mg vitamin C) advantageous - and the 8 ounce size offers the patient 48 servings per squeeze tube.
Proven Stable in High Heat
We contracted with an independent third party lab to subject Tri-Fortify to the most extreme conditions: 104 F and 75% humidity for 90 consecutive days. The result: product met & exceeded the nutrient content on the label.
An integral part of our product quality orientation is to go beyond raw material supplier purity claims; our third party tests proved our product is GMO-free.
Bolsters Antioxidant Action*
Glutathione is a tri-peptide composed of the three amino acids: L-glutamic acid, L-cysteine and L-glycine. It is known as the master antioxidant because it recycles other antioxidants, such as vitamins C and E.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.