glutathione and NAC and cancer
Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on April 19, 2009
NAC stands for N-Acetyl Cysteine. One’s body requires the Cysteine to make its own Glutathione which, in turn, is vital as a precurser for the body to make glutathione, which is the body’s master anti-oxidant. It works at the intra-cellular level, and, among other things, helps to recycle vitamins C and E, greatly reducing the need for higher doses of these. Although you can take Glutathione directly, the digestive juices destroy most of it. NAC is probably the best way to increase Glutathione levels in body cells.