By "works" I mean: show me it does whatever you claim it's supposed to do. Show me it gives longer life, better sleep, general well being or whatever.
"My point was
- the only thing glutathione supps claim, or should claim, is to raise GSH levels."
Here's a little bit more on Herb's background
NoParty, first hahaha sorry sometimes its too tempting to stir the pot. You should totally type that . I've tried to be good and other than mentioning him refraining from referring to anything about that product in this thread.
Getting back the OP's original question, then yes for very healthy (did we agree on a scientific definition of healthy?) individuals there is probably little benefit in buying expensive GSH supplements. For unhealthy people I believe it
In terms of institutions doing the research, Herb did his while working at the Veterans Administration Medical Center. Primarily around supporting liver function for alcoholics. He's not getting paid to endorse it, he developed it 25 years ago. He's not retired either, still spend his days in the lab at age 85 or what ever it is now.