7N NAC pure form of acetylated cysteine for liver protection.
7N NAC acetylated l-cysteine is recognised in the sports world as an excellent substitute for glutathione. All due to the fact that NAC supports the production of endogenous glutathione in our body. Glutathione is a very powerful antioxidant. It is responsible for detoxification processes as well as liver regeneration. Its action protects our body against free radicals and sustains immunity.
7N NAC is:
- High-quality acetylated l-cysteine,
- Protects the liver,
- Supports immunity,
- Produces glutathione,
- Helps with regeneration.
What are the health benefits of NAC supplementation?
- Protects against free radicals - NAC supplementation supports the fight against free radicals and protects against oxidation reactions.
- Supports the liver - acetylated-l-cysteine has a hepatoprotective effect and regenerates liver cells. Furthermore, it contributes to a cleansing effect.
- Supports insulin sensitivity - this is linked to the anti-inflammatory effect of cysteine, which effectively supports sugar metabolism and insulin function.
- Cares for lung health - NAC is particularly recommended in these times, where all kinds of viral ailments of the upper respiratory tract are becoming part of our lives. NAC effectively supports lung function and ensures proper ventilation.
- Supports the health of the female reproductive system - as recent research results show, NAC also contributes to supporting the work of the female reproductive system including being an aid in the treatment of polycystic ovary syndrome.
1 serving, 500 mg:
NAC - 500 mg - N-acetyl-l-cysteine (NAC) is the acetylated form of cysteine, one of the protein-building amino acids. It is often used in medicine and as a supplement. It is used as a mucolytic (to thin secretions) in respiratory disorders and as a specific antidote in cases of paracetamol overdose. It also has effects on the neurological system (action on NMDA receptors) and liver-protective properties.
It is used in supplements for its 'detoxifying' properties, its effect on glutathione production and nervous system function. Acetylcysteine supports the functioning of the immune system, which may be particularly useful during periods of reduced immunity or increased incidence of upper respiratory tract infections.
Dosage: 1 serving, 500 mg in the morning on an empty stomach.