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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of glutathione

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of glutathione:
/ɡlutæθiowni/

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  1. And this critical step right here, that relates to the glutathione, the mercury glutathione
  2. if you have a glutathione synthetase defect, you're going to have bad glutathione levels.
  3. Insulin also makes you make more glutathione, and glutathione is what detoxifies methylglyoxal.
  4. what happened oral and IV glutathione glutathione precursors like an acetal
  5. through glutathione recovering with n-acetylcysteine and reduce glutathione
  6. This brightening showe scrub contain so many things like Glutathione, Vitamin E, that is good for your skin.
  7. It contains glutathione, vitamin e, kojic acid, and niacinamide.
  8. it's also known as n-acetylcysteine that helps out with the antioxidant glutathione i hope
  9. to then be used to make glutathione, which is important in the brain when you have damage.
  10. is...and this has been shown on animal models for TBI, but this was done by putting glutathione
  11. Everything from fish oils, antioxidants, glutathione, vitamin c.
  12. The glutathione, the vitamin C, the kojic acid,
  13. and glutathione peroxidase all exist
  14. showing increases in levels of glutathione peroxidase,
  15. like neuroinflammation, increased oxidative stress, and glutathione depletion.The rats
  16. ADHD child is dramatically low glutathione levels in the body.
  17. Glutathione protects the brain from brain energy
  18. In all those cases, dramatically low glutathione levels.
  19. And there's also a small molecule, glutathione, things like that.