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A COMMON MEDICAL PILL HAS POWERFUL EFFECT ON INFLAMMATION AND REDUCING OXIDATIVE ON OXIDATIVE STRESS WITHIN THE HUMAN REDOX (REDUCTION/OXIDATION) BALANCE.

Every one knows what NAC stands for, of course, it is
"N Acetyl Cysteine."
Stanford University in Collaboration with NCCIH, under the Responsible Party, Christopher Gardner, at Stanford University,
did some studies for the role of antioxidants in maintaining Cardiovascular Health. Some of the OTC Antioxidants were disappointing, however by starting the investigation from inside the body's own biochemistry, where they began with the most common and the most powerful Antioxidant, "Glutathione."
(glu ta thi own) Glutathione is found throughout the body. It is inside the cells, especially the liver microsomal power house
intracellular detoxifixation system, but also between the cells of all the organs. It is a powerful antioxidant, a powerful detoxifier, and it is everywhere in the human body.

The Biological systems in Nature are usually described by the
standard what is it and what does it do? In other words what is
its "Structure, Function?"

Structurally, the Formula Vector Image is below. The right side
of the molecule is the amino acid Cysteine, and the left side is
acetyl group. Now acetyl groups are all around the body, Plenty of them if would wish to make another Glutathione molecule.

But the limiting production moiety, the amino acid Cysteine, is the key. This Sulfur containing amino acid is found in great
bountiful supply in the very inexpensive medical compound
NAC. Remember what the C stands for? Yes, Cysteine.

The studies were done and it was found there was not enough
of the amino acid present in individuals affected by toxins, drugs, stress, poisons, illness, cancer, injury, to react in the bodys factory to make GSH. this wonderful powerhouse of repair and detoxification.
Where do we get the Cysteine? Why from the NAC.
Patients with severe liver inflammation from over use of opioids
containing APAP (tylenol) are given doses of NAC to supply the
amino acid. Their recovery is nearly miraculous.

Personal excess from excess, you name it don't forget overwork and lack of sleep accumulate "Qxidative Stress."
Note Oxidative, what do we use in moderation NAC, as dosage
indicates on the bottle. A little will help greatly to set the body back in Oxidative balance.

Carson



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