S-Acetyl-L-Glutathione is currently widely used glutathione, which is the derivation and development of reduced glutathione. Acetylation refers to the process of transferring acetyl groups to amino acid side chain groups. Glutathione acetylation usually involves binding acetyl groups to active sulfur atoms. A form of S-Acetyl-L-Glutathione. Compared with other forms on the market, S-Acetyl-L-Glutathione is more stable in the intestine and easier to be absorbed by the body.
S-Acetyl-L-Glutathione can penetrate into the mitochondrial membrane to help maintain its integrity and function. It can also cross the blood-brain barrier to directly detoxify and protect the brain. Acetylated glutathione greatly improves its ability to remain intact in the intestine, and allows higher concentrations to be absorbed into the blood, which has a better anti-aging effect.