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It is interesting. This article shows why liposomal Glutathione is the way to go because otherwise it's destroyed in the stomach

https://www.practicalpainmanagement.com/pain/neuropathic/relief-symptoms-associated-peripheral-neuropathy

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Interesting and very thorough article. Thank you. I just found this article about compatible vitamins and minerals. I cannot vouch for the authority. Perhaps it requires more research!

https://www.amandean.com/blogs/news/the-abcs-of-mixing-supplements-and-what-vitamin-mineral-interactions-you-should-avoid

Everyone's favorite master antioxidant has very few negative interactions, which is yet another reason why its so easy to incorporate into your daily diet! It is so fantastic and goes well with almost everything. However, glutathione contains a substantial amount of sulphur, so you should not take glutathione along with other sulphur-containing supplements, unless you have received explicit medical approval to do so.

The sulphur caution that accompanies both both Beef Gelatin and Liposomal Glutathione goes not only for sulphur directly but any supplement that contains sulphur, including these popular supplements: garlic, glutathione, glucosamine, N-acetylcysteine (NAC), alpha-lipoic acid (ALA), chondroitin, and Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM). Since NAC and ALA are fairly popular supplements -- be careful and do your research before taking them in the same stack, at the same time as Glutathione.