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NAC Sustain - Longlasting Precursor to Glutathione


NAC Sustain - Longlasting Precursor to Glutathione

0.25 LBS

Product Description

April 16, 2020.  This is the highest quality form with the greatest efficacy due to its patented time-release formula.  NAC supports the lungs and heart that is being identified as helping in the treatment of the coronavirus.  Our family takes it every day - also excellent nutritional support for those with Parkinson's in their family.


N-Acetyl-Cysteine (NAC) increases levels of glutathione, the body's most powerful natural antioxidant.  Glutathione is the primary molecule that binds to and removes man-made toxins.  Glutathione deficiency is found in virtually all individuals with autism, as well as Parkinson's and Alzheimers.  In fact almost every chronic disease is associated with low levels of glutathione.  Glutathione exerts a variety of protective effects, including detoxification and intracellular defense against oxidative stress.* 

Recent research indicates that NAC and glutathione both play a key role in removing biofilms that cover pathogenic colonies of microbes throughout the body, including the mouth, digestive tract, and arteries. (1) Glutathione prevents and reverse plaque formation in arteries. (2)

NAC is the primary precursor the body uses to make glutathione.  The problem has been in the past that NAC as a supplement degrades quickly, helping to produce glutathione for only a short period of time.   The advanced bilayer NAC tablets combine 1/3 Quick Release and 2/3 Sustained Release formulations to both immediately raise and maintain blood levels over a longer period of time.  NAC Sustain releases in the small intestine over an 8 hour period, compared to the 1.5 hour biological half-life of NAC in the bloodstream.  This formulation is patented and only currently available through this formulation. 

Substances known to reduce levels of active glutathione are Tylenol (acetaminophen) and alcohol. In fact, glutathione is so critical to immune system function, one study following children being given the MMR vaccine found that the children were 8 times more likely to develop autism if they took Tylenol after having an adverse vaccine reaction.(3)  Ibuprofen, which actually increases glutathione levels, did not have this effect.  So NEVER give your child Tylenol, nor should anyone else take it.  In fact NAC is the antidote given in hospitals for Tylenol poisoning.

Members of my family at risk for eventually being diagnosed with Parkinson's have taken this supplement and have found that their neurological symptoms diminish when consistently taken.  For optimal benefit, one capsule should be taken at least twice a day; in the morning and at night.  The person taking it has to be able to swallow a tablet.





1.  NAC as a powerful molecule to destroy bacterial biofilms.

2.  Role of Gluathione in Prevention of Artheroclerosis.

3.  Tylenol linked to autism.


*  Statements in this product description have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.  This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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