N-acetyl cysteine (NAC) has been in use for decades. In fact, doctors prescribe NAC for Tylenol overdoses and to people with kidney disease undergoing coronary angiography to prevent contrast induced nephropathy.
NAC is also available over the counter. But MAYBE not for long. More on that in a bit.
Cysteine is an amino acid essential for the production of many proteins. It is also a major component of glutathione, the main antioxidant of the body.
NAC is the standard version of cysteine used in supplements and the version used in 100s of medical and scientific studies.
NAC may support:
NAC may also help protect against viruses.
The key here is to boost levels of glutathione from NAC and other sources.
The product appears to be so effective, they want to control its distribution.
Better secure your source quickly.
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