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Glutathione vs NAD: What's the Difference?

What's the difference between glutathione and NAD? We will cover the essentials and explain about each of these nutrients below.  What is Glutathione? Glutathione or GSH (tripeptide of glutamic acid, cysteine, and glycine) is referred to as the body’s “master antioxidant” or the “mother of all antioxidants” because it is your body’s primary and most prevalent protector, found in all mammalian tissue. Types of Glutathione There is a lot of confusion about GSH and what makes an effective glutathione supplement. There are different types, different formulas, and a lot of different companies saying different things. L-Glutathione or Reduced Glutathione because it is the most commonly found, least expensive, and the true core behind other forms you will find. There is some debate whether L-Glutathione alone can be effective taken orally. The theory being the enzymes in your stomach break it down before it can ever reach the blood stream and become useful. Some  evidence  suggests using

RSS Feeds: What You Need to Know (2024)

In an era dominated by social media algorithms and curated news feeds, the humble RSS feed often finds itself relegated to the sidelines, dismissed as a relic of the internet's past. However, far from being outdated and irrelevant, RSS feeds actually remain one of the most powerful tools for staying informed in the digital age. It is likely they have been intentionally deemphasized because they are a legitimate threat to those in power as they allow you to circumvent media censorship. RSS, or Really Simple Syndication, allows you to curate your own news sources and tailor your information intake to your personal preferences. I suspect its lack of popularity stems not from inefficiency, but from the fact that RSS poses a very real threat to the gatekeepers of information. Hence its use is no longer encouraged by the media establishment the way it used to. Harnessing the power of RSS feeds empowers you to break free from the constraints of curated propaganda so that you can access th

The $7 Trillion Investment Proposal Set to Transform Everything

In the fast-paced world of technological innovation, few figures loom as large as Sam Altman, the chief executive officer and co-founder of OpenAI. Altman's recent proposal to raise funds for a groundbreaking tech initiative has captured the attention of investors and industry insiders alike. According to sources familiar with the matter, Altman is in talks with investors, including the United Arab Emirates government, to secure funding for an audacious plan that aims to revolutionize the world's chip-building capacity and expand its ability to power artificial intelligence (AI). 1 The scale of Altman's vision is staggering, with estimates suggesting that the project could require raising as much as $5 trillion to $7 trillion — the largest investment in history and an unprecedented sum by any measure. Altman's Vision: A $7 Trillion Investment Set to Revolutionize Tech and Beyond At its core, Altman's proposal seeks to address some of the most pressing challenges fa

6 Best NMN Supplements To Buy In 2024

NMN is one of the most popular supplements in the anti aging community. The global Nicotinamide Mononucleotide (NMN) market was valued at US$ 98.5 million in 2019 and it is expected to reach US$ 296.5 million ( R ) by the end of 2026, growing at a CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) of 7.3% during 2021-2026. NMN is the precursor to NAD, which our cells use to power metabolic activity. In other words, NAD is essential for our cells to generate energy and thrive. By middle age, our NAD levels have plummeted to half that of our youth. And this decline has been linked to various age-related diseases. The hope is that NMN, being the direct precursor to NAD, can boost levels and extend longevity. What actually is NMN? NMN is short for Nicotinamide mononucleotide and it's the precursor to NAD (Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide). In fact, two NMN molecules combined together make NAD. But NMN is actually one of many intermediary molecules before the fo