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Continual-G made headlines in 2020, for all the right reasons

Continual-G made headlines in 2020, for all the right reasons

Continual-G made headlines in 2020, for all the right reasons

The Continual-G launch attracted a lot of attention in 2020. Considering the state of the world, that’s quite the feat. Continual-G contains the active ingredient Glyteine which has been shown to quickly raise cellular glutathione levels above homeostasis. Glutathione is the body’s first line of defense against free radicals and is vital to supporting brain health. This “master antioxidant” is essential for optimal health and performance which is why both trade and consumer media are excited about this one-of-a-kind supplement

Trade publications such as NutraIngredients-USA, Nutraceutical Business Review and Nutrition Insight covered the impressive science supporting Glyteine and the Continual-G product launch. Soon thereafter, forward-thinking health magazines picked up on Continual-G’s far-reaching benefits and included the product in articles about brain health, detoxification and effective exercise programs. Functional medicine expert Bryce Wylde, BSc, DHMHS, even brought Continual-G to the network television audiences in Chicago, Phoenix and other major cities, including it in interviews about his "BrainSpanners" book.

Wylde appreciates that Continual-G accomplishes what oral glutathione supplements may not be able to do. “Science is revealing that while there is some benefit, most supplements aren’t bioavailable to our bodies. While some of these supplements may get the glutathione into the bloodstream, they don’t get it into the cells where it does much of its work.” Continual-G is different. “Research has shown that Glyteine raises the cellular levels of glutathione rapidly, within an hour or two. Taking it on a regular basis may help your body be better prepared to manage the toxins we’re all exposed to on a daily basis,” he explained.