N-Acetyl-Cysteine (NAC) is a sulfur-bearing amino acid that is a water soluble form of the amino acid L-Cysteine (Cysteine).

NAC is much more easily absorbed by the human body than cysteine, YET, when it NAC gets into our system, our body easily converts the N-AcetylCysteine into Cysteine!

Cysteine is one of the three primary glutathione precursors used by the body to manufacture glutathione (GSH).

Other Benefits of N-Acetylcysteine (NAC):

~Contains antioxidant properties that help fight cell-damaging free radicals

~binds and removes mercury and other heavy metals, such as lead, cadmium, and aluminum from the body.

~breaks down toxic substances in liver.

~dissolves mucous quickly (great for colds and flu season)

~keeps membranes of the respiratory system healthy and moist as NAC is a mucolytic agent (eases irritation from dust and dry air).

~enhances T-cell production (great for Aids patients)

~best antidote for acetaminophen (Tylenol) poisoning, mercury poisoning (vaccines, tooth fillings) and even arsenic poisoning.

But the most exciting function of

Sources of N-Acetylcysteine (NAC):

Very small amounts from foods we eat (no substantial difference).

An NAC supplement is good and most effective and beneficial to take along with vitamin C.

An excellent supplement that contains the most beneficial and safe amounts of NAC along with the perfect combination of Vitamin C is MaxGXL. MaxGXL contains other ingredients, as well, that support and work synergistically with NAC to help the body manufacture more L-Cysteine and in turn more glutathione!

You can sign up here to be automatically notified
when new pages like this one are added to this site!

Return from N-Acetyl-Cysteine to Glutathione Precursors Page

Return to Amazing Glutathione Home

Find it Here:

Sign up here to Stay Updated!

Click here for the BEST glutathione enhancing products!

Got questions?

Go here for Glutathione questions

Or here for MaxGXL questions

Follow Us On...