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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

 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


1 comment

  • Great information you guys put out.🏆 I am a 64-year-old former competitive bodybuilder and still work out five days a week 5 to 6 however I have primary progressive multiple sclerosis and my doctors here are real conservative and don’t believe in supplementation I will get back to you guys you seem like a great company with many questions on supplements. Also being my age my testosterone levels jump around and at times they’re low low less than 100 while they get up into the mid 400 range I would really like to talk to you guys about this. I’m 5 foot seven 200 pounds right now and have a good amount of muscle I would like to compete again maybe? I did win quite a few trophies in the late 80s and early 90s.

    James Talley

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