N-acetyl cysteine (NAC), Glutathione and More
What's the Big Deal About NAC?
The dietary supplement N-acetyl-l-cysteine, or NAC for short, has received a lot of attention as of late.
Because NAC is a precursor to L-cysteine and has been shown to increases the synthesis of glutathione (GSH), the body’s most abundant antioxidant--it’s a sought-after supplement.
Related Product: NAC Glycine Powder
It’s been used for years as an antidote against intoxication* OTC pain relievers.
That said, Amazon has removed NAC-containing supplements from its website--causing a lot of confusion and erratic purchasing behavior.
(I’ve sold NAC since 2006, so wanted to make a brief video about the details of the current situation. I really don't think the ingredient will disappear anytime soon.)
We discuss more about:
-Potential health benefits of NAC
-Why taking NAC at night is best
-Other synergistic amino acids that can help NAC make glutathione
-Why you shouldn’t be stockpiling NAC!
-Related NAC science and applications