GLUTATENE PREMIUM WHEY PROTEIN


RECOMMENDATION: As an Addition to the Daily Diet

To start and for maintenance: (always on empty stomach with spring water or non-acidic juice)

  • 1 rounded tablespoon (1 and 1/3 ) per morning on an empty stomach.

Theraputically: (under advisement from a qualified health professional)

  • 2 tablespoons per morning on an empty stomach.
  • 3 tablespoons per morning on en empty stomach.
  • 4 tablespoons per morning on an empty stomach.

Packaged in powder form in 9.3 oz. and 18.6 oz. wide mouth containers.

Lifestar Glutathene is one the most affordable and effective Premium Whey Protein Complexes available today for supplying the human body with the specific protein chains it uses for producing the critical detoxifying antioxidant, Glutathione (GSH).

Glutathene originates with sweet fresh milk that is hormone-treatment free, GMO-free, chemical free, and pesticide-free, from dairy cows naturally pastured and grass-fed year-round. Next, it is flash-pastaurized at 161º F (FDA requirement) for 15 seconds, and immediately reduced to 37º F in a non-invasive process. Using a proprietary method it is then ambient dried. No acid treatment, reverse osmosis system, ion-exchange, micro-filtration, or hydrolyzation is utilized. This whey concentrate is naturally high in the non-denatured dairy proteins including beta-lactoglobulin and alpha-lactabumin that contribute to effective Glutathione production in the liver. Unlike typical whey products, Glutathene is free of nitrate or nitrous oxides, and is 10% lactose and less than 1% casein, both non-denatured.

Most whey protein processing uses industrial spray drying with air inlet temperatures typically at 300 - 350 degrees and outlet temperatures at 180 degrees Fahrenheit. High heat denatures whey proteins, severely compromising their bioactivity and ordinary spray drying may totally deactivate some of the most important protein molecules such as Immunoglobulin (IgG). Also, widely used Ion-exchange processing results in the complete loss of lactoferrin, and all the smaller minor but vital peptides. Gluthathene is prepared using a unique proprietary drying degrees and never exceeds 110 degrees Fahrenheit, resulting in no denatured or scorched proteins as found in most widely used spray dried products. These may be found in most other spray dried products as a result of fuel combustion used to heat the air.

GLUTATHENE BENEFITS OVER OTHER WHEY PROTEIN COMPLEXES

Glutathione (GSH) deficiencies are indicated in over 200 human diseases including all forms of Cancer, AIDS, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and Fibromyalgia to name a few. As well as scavenging free radicals including those produced by carcinogenic chemicals and radiation, glutathione is also a necessity in critical cellular detoxification.

Lifestar Glutathene is considerably less expensive than most other comparative products. Less expensive means a much broader market and larger consumer base, and more value for the consumer. Easier mixing in water means more customer satisfaction and virtually no complaints regarding product usage preparation. A unique and proprietary drying process insures a cleaner and more effective product without free radical and oxide contaminates. A more complete naturally occurring protein composition means a more effective product and more natural results consistent with how the body operates. Quality and effectiveness are guaranteed.... naturally.

ANALYSIS

Typical Analysis
Specification
Protein-Kjeldahl-dry basis
80 - 82%
Minimum 80.0%
Moisture
5 - 6%
Maximum 6.0%
Fat
4.5 - 5.5%
Maximum 6.0%
Lactose
10%
Maximum 11%
Typical Microbiological Specifications
Aerobic Plate Count, 32C
< 5,000
Maximum 10,000 / gram
Coliform
none detectable
< 10 / gram
E. Coli
none detectable
Negative
Salmonella ELISA/100g
none detectable
Negative / 750 gram
Listeria, ELISA
none detectable
Negative / 25 gran
Yeast & Mold cfu/g
< 10 / gram
< 10 / gram
Physical Specifications
Flavor
Clean, Bland
Color
Light to light cream, clear in 2% solution, pH 7
Texture
Free Flowing
Typical Protein Composition
Glutathene
Typical Glutathene Competition (by Ion Exchange)
Beta-lactoglobulin (ß-lg)
13.7%
60.0%
Alpha-lactalbumin (a-la)
48.0%
11.0%
Bovine Serum Albumin (BSA)
2.5%
1.0%
Immunoglobulin (IgG)
16.1%
none
Lactoferrin (LF)
3.4%
none

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