NAC and Your Heart

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.

What is NAC?

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:

  1. Healthy blood pressure
  2. Healthy cholesterol
  3. Normal heart rhythm (afib prevention)
  4. Coronary artery health
  5. Healthy blood sugar
  6. Lower inflammation
  7. Lung health

NAC may also help protect against viruses

Ways to Benefits from NAC (and glutathione)

The key here is to boost levels of glutathione from NAC and other sources.

  1. Animal foods are an excellent source of cysteine and the other amino acids used to build glutathione.
  2. Whey protein as a supplement is an excellent source of glutathione building blocks. That is why I included New Zealand grass-fed whey in our Daily Defense. I think Daily Defense is our single best source of heart, lung and total body protection. You can read more here.
  3. N-acetyl cysteine supplements are a proven strategy. We have an excellent source for you. High dose, one cap by mouth per day.
  4. You can nebulize glutathione too. BUT ONLY THIS BRAND goes in the nebulizer.
  5. Our Detoxicore also contains NAC and many other nutrients to support body health and wellness. Excellent for immune and detox support.

FDA threatens to ban NAC.

The product appears to be so effective, they want to control its distribution.

Better secure your source quickly.

Pin It on Pinterest

12 things in your home that damage your heart.

Discover 12 things in most homes that destroy your heart.

Learn of common household items that destroy your heart, and what you can do about it.