DANIELLA CHACE

45h NAC


N-acetyl Cysteine (NAC)

N-acetyl Cysteine, is an important sulfur-containing amino acid utilized in many metabolic pathways. Cysteine is a powerful antioxidant and detoxifier as a precursor (a substance that precedes another) for glutathione enzymes, which the body and especially the liver, uses for disabling destructive free radicals.

NAC provides protection from chemical toxicity and supports the detoxification process in smokers. The planet is so pullulated now that we are all exposed to toxic levels of chemicals and air pollution in varying degrees so we must all consider how to protect ourselves.

Food Sources

Cysteine is found in oats and wheat germ, and in sulfur-containing foods such garlic, onions, and broccoli.

Recommendation: 250 mg, twice daily.