I tried the liposomal glutathione and noticed an effect. I now wonder what my glutathione status was before- I assume it was pretty low.
The most obvious effect was that red wine went back to being fun rather than a source of pain. I've tried the NAC/vitamin C thing to mitigate such pains, but the liposomal glutathione just erases it, and I could sleep so much better too.
Now I am trying acetyl-glutathione, at only a 100mg a day because I am trying to keep the costs down. I haven't had any wine recently, so I can't compare the two directly on that particular test- and, of course, I was taking +400mg a day of the other stuff. Indeed, the first day I got the liposomal stuff I took multiple doses in one day (felt energetic), but then I read the label and realized that there were only 24 doses and at the rate I was going I'd blow through that in 8 days.
Liposomal glutathione is made with soy lethicin, which can be a problem. I noticed two pimples and some little patches of stuff I used to have on my eyelids tried to make a comeback while I was on it, so I don't think it is a good long term solution. I did stumble across somebody theorizing about how to make it at home since regular glutathione is pretty cheap- then I wondered if something other than lethicin could be used. How about a glutathione mayo? I don't know exactly what the lethicin is doing, but it is often used to emusify- could egg yolks work?