Lead creates problems in the body: job of GSH is to remove metals, Nature gave us GSH in order to detox our bodies however it needs to be working effectively. When a person allows their body to replenish GSH daily they clear the toxins and keep brain functioning to its optimum.
Lead is bound to red cells (erythrocytes) in the bloodstream. Then, especially inorganic lead is distributed in blood, soft tissue and bones and teeth. Organic forms of lead are fat soluble, and therefore have a particular tendency to distribute into (and harm) the brain. Basophilic stippling in red blood cells
• The half lives for lead in blood, soft tissue and bone are approx. 25 days, 40 days and 25 years respectively. It accumulates over a lifetime, being released very slowly