All four major liposomal glutathione suppliers recommend a reduced glutathione (GSH) dose between 420 mg and 500 mg per day. More important than the recommended dose is how well the liposomes work and how much is actually absorbed. The market leader ,Lypo-Spheric, does not have a good track record for absorption. A clinical study showed that their product disappointed.
Azantis has a limited human absorption study that shows a very quick, full absorption, that results in significantly elevated glutathione levels for many hours.
There’s no know incident report that patients and consumers had an adverse reaction to glutathione supplementation. The two key ingredients (reduced glutathione and phospholipids) are naturally present in our body.
All glutathione suppliers use soy lecithin for their phospholipid base. Lipoceutical (also sold as ReadySorb) use a synthetic form of phospholipids; their label states that they use hydroxylated lecithin.
It’s also important to note that poorly formed liposomes will melt together and form a fat blob. The high absorption of the liposomal load will be lost if that happens. Liposomes are stable when they look milky in a water solution. Un-merged liposomes are very small (50 to 200 nanometer) and are perfectly round microscopic fat balls, with the glutathione load hidden inside. Because they are perfectly round, they will scatter light in all directions, which makes the substance white like milk.