Supplement Facts / Dosing
- Reduced Glutathione | 450mg
- Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) | 50mg
Other Ingredients: Glycerin, medium-chain triglycerides, phospholipids (soy), natural flavor.
Contains: Ingredients partially derived from soy and tree nuts (coconut).
Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, open packet and gently squeeze contents under your tongue, hold for 30-60 seconds, and then swallow, or use as directed by your health care professional. Additional doses may be taken.
Cautions: If pregnant or nursing, consult your health care professional before use.
Manufactured without milk, eggs, fish, crustacean shellfish, peanuts, wheat and gluten. Produced in a facility that may process other ingredients containing these allergens.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the source of the glycerin? It is naturally derived from Palm oil.
What is the source of the glutathione? We use a natural glucose fermentation process.
What is the source of the medium triglycerides? It is derived from coconut oil.
What is the source of the orange flavor? It is from citrus fruit, no sugar added.
If I have a soy sensitivity, do I need to worry? Generally, it is not an issue. We derive the liposomes from soy lecithin but we use only the lipids (i.e. phosphatidyl choline) as opposed to soy protein (the common allergen). However, we always recommend checking with your healthcare professional regarding your personal situation.
Is the product hexane-free? Yes.
What is the source of the vitamin C? It is derived from corn.
Does the tube contain BPA? No. We do not have any BPA (bisphenol A – an industrial chemical that has been used to make certain plastics and resins) in our products.
Is the product Vegan? Yes, this is a vegan product.
What is the purpose of the Glycerin? Glycerin has two functions. First, it helps to prevent oxidation of Vitamin C and Glutathione. Second, it contributes to the sweetness of the product.
How much natural sugar is in the product? Tri-Fortify™ contains .032g per serving of natural sugar. No sugar is added to the product.
Is it normal for the product to separate? Occasional separation may occur under certain conditions. This does not affect the efficacy of the ingredients and is not a sign that the product has “gone bad.”