Not only is Iv the easiest way to do it , it's the most effective!
Hey guys, so I’ve done gluta I’ve for 2 months now. 1200mg gluta and 2000mg vit c, 2x a week and have seen little to no difference. I get it done in a clinic and the doctor told me it’s gradual, he keeps saying it’s a few months. But it’s 2 months and it’s nothing now. I’ve done a total of 20 injections and invested a lottt money. Should I continue and maybe I’ll see something in the 3rd or 4th month? Or should I just stop and consider it a bust for me?
Temarinette was supplementing her IV`s with ALA with good results.
Hi so I think it’s too soon also
I just started doin gluta injections I do 3000mg and vitamins c 500 mg 3x a week. I also take liposomal vitamin c and a gluta boaster daily. Bc u will see skin lightening when there’s an overflow of gluta in the body
It’s been almost 2 weeks now n i feel am seeing a difference. So I do agree with the others you should give it time
*however I am drinking a lot of water Bc it’s a high dose to flush out the kidneys
My plan is to switch to twice a week 1 month to six weeks later then once a week eventually then once a month
Hope this helps
And yes I agree that u should take the ala supplements mines gluta booster has it in and I agree u should do 2500 at least also
Thanks you guys! This seriously made my day, I’ve been feeling down lately thinking I just threw away two bands because of my insecurities lol.
I’ll talk to him about increasing the dose, he said he does 1200mg because that’s the max the body can absorb gluta before it goes the kidneys as waste (something along this line, not exact tho).
i hate to spend another 2 bands, but I’ll do it so I can been done with the creams and such forever and just be stress free with my Shea butter mix and monthly gluta ivs. thanks again guys.