NAC (N-Acetyl-L-Cystine) Biotics Research
Indications: Use for heavy metals and chemical detoxification, oxidative stress, free radical pathology (e.g., cancer, AIDS), influenza, bronchial congestion, mucus viscosity and glutathione insufficiency. Also used for immune and hepatic dysfunction. Also indicated for tinnitus.
Ingredients: Sulfur-bearing, amino acid antioxidant n-acetyl-cysteine 500 mg
Suggestion: 1 capsule daily with a meal or as directed.
NAC provides a high concentration of N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC) in its purest form. N-Acetyl Cysteine is the most stable and bioavailable form of the amino acid cysteine, required for the synthesis of glutathione, one of most effective antioxidants to support cellular health.
The capsules are 100% pure vegetable-sourced. 120 capsules.
Health Benefits of N-Acetyl Cysteine
- 1) NAC Helps Protect Against Liver Damage
- 2) NAC Fights Against Cellular Oxidative Damage
- 3) NAC Helps Prevent and Treat Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
- 4) NAC Helps Treat Chronic Bronchitis
- 5) NAC May Help Treat HIV
- 6) NAC Can Reduce Pain and Inflammation
- 7) NAC May Help Prevent Cancer
- 8) NAC Can Reduce Insulin Resistance
- 9) NAC Can Protect From the Flu
- 10) NAC Can Help Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s
- 11) NAC Can Help Negate the Effects 0f Schizophrenia
- 12) NAC Can Prevent Addictive Behaviors
- 13) NAC Can Prevent Depression and Bipolar Disorder
- 14) NAC Can Prevent Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- 15) NAC Improves Intestinal Barrier Function
- 16) NAC Enhances Bone Regeneration
- 17) NAC Can be a Treatment for Sleep Disorders
- 18) NAC can be Used as Treatment for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
- 19) NAC May Possibly Help ALS
- 20) NAC May Increase Survival Rate in Patients With Chronic Heart Failure (CHF)
- 21) NAC Could Increase Survival Rates in Patients Suffering From Heart Attacks
- 22) NAC Reduces Risk of Cardiovascular Disease
- 23) NAC May Help in Recovering From Brain Injury
- 24) NAC May Decrease Risk of Kidney Disease
- 25) NAC Improves Fertility
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