NAC is derived from the amino acid L-cysteine. You take it for your liver, but the uses and benefits of NAC can surprise even the most educated users. I would even go so far as to say that many doctors are unaware of the real power of this drug. Let’s take a look.

I’m going to talk about the liver first, since that is the main concern for us. NAC can prevent all types of liver damage. Whether it’s alcohol damage or steroid damage. NAC is a precursor to glutathione, one of the most powerful antioxidants available in our bodies, and it is very stable. Similar to UDCA, it also facilitates bile flow and lowers high enzyme levels. It is not as effective in the presence of stones, but can be an effective preventive measure for stones generated by cholesterol.

When administered orally, the deacetylation reaction of NAC occurs as it passes through the small intestine as well as the liver, so its bioavailability is reduced to 4-10% (98% when injected).

A review of the literature on NAC shows that this agent is a safe and well-tolerated complementary drug, with no significant side effects. It is an antioxidant with superb free radical scavenging properties, and an important medical and health supplement. It has been used as a beneficial drug treatment for disorders such as polycystic ovary syndrome patients with CC resistance, premature births, acetaminophen toxicity, RPL, chronic bronchitis, ulcerative colitis, liver cancer, muscle performance enhancement, hemodialysis, asthma, Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease.

Here is a list of the benefits that NAC can bring to your body:

01. Powerful antioxidant
02. Fight against poisons (carbon monoxide, acetaminophen)
03. Treats lung infections (bronchitis, flu, obstructive lung disease, yes, even for smokers).
04. Treats acute liver failure
05. Treats ear infections
06. Reduces cholesterol
07. Improve the immune system
08. Plays a role in energy
09. Helps in psychiatric conditions (depression, obsession, addictions)
10. Prevents kidney stones
11. Protects muscle tissue (recovery after training).
12. Improves insulin sensitivity
13. Treats stomach infections
14. Protects against bacteria responsible for stomach ulcers
15. Seriously? Are you still reading? Go get some NAC!


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