Setria Glutathione Infographic

Setria Glutathione is a master antioxidant, but glutathione levels in our bodies can vary. Learn more about the importance of glutathione supplementation in this quick description of the benefits of Setria Glutathione


Glutathione as an antioxidant

Setria® Glutathione – the one that gets in

Setria = Set (Balance) + Tria (tripeptide). A unique tripeptide form of glutathione that has been clinically shown to raise blood glutathione levels.*

Glutathione: The body's Master antioxidant

Why is glutathione important?

  • Protects cells from oxidative stress
  • Supports the immune system.

Low on glutathione?

Where does it come from?

The body produces its own glutathione, but levels can be depleted by poor diet, pollution, stress & aging.

A recent published study shows:

6 months of Setria Glutathione supplementation at 1000mg/day

1: Setria® can help increase the body’s stores of glutathione*

Taking 1,000mg/day of Setria® showed a 30% increase in whole blood, 35% increase in red blood cells and 260% increase in buccal cells glutathione levels.

Results: 3 months of Setria Glutathione supplementation

2: Setria® can increase NK cell activity two fold and support the immune system 

At three months the study revealed a 2 fold increase in NK cell activity at 1,000mg of Setria®. (NK cells support immune health).

Glutathione supplementation is needed to maintain glutathione levels.

3: Setria® supplementation needs to be ongoing to maintain elevated levels

  • One month after supplementation ended glutathione levels began to return to pre-study levels.
  • Setria® glutathione does not adversely affect the body's normal production of glutathione.

Glutathione effectively supports the immune system


Setria® glutathione supplementation effectively increases the body’s stores of glutathione and supports the immune system.*

Richie JP Jr, Nichenametla S, Neidig W, Calcagnotto A, Haley JS, Schell TD, Muscat JE. Randomized controlled trial of oral glutathione supplementation on body stores of glutathione. European Journal of Nutrition. May 2014: 1436-6207. doi: 10.1007/s00394-014-0706-z