NAC

Oct 13, 17
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N-acetyl-cysteine (NAC) is a known precursor for glutathione (GSH). This study looked at the impact of NAC on GSH status for detoxification in older populations.

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Sep 08, 17
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It's often an overlooked fact that paracetamol has a significant impact on glutathione in the body. So it's certainly something health professionals need to be considering.

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Aug 15, 17
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With the emergence of antibiotic resistance, one goal of research scientists has been to understand through which medium bacteria communicate, and how we may inhibit this conversation.

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Jul 10, 17
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The important antioxidant N-acetylcysteine is at the centre of an expanding field of research investigating its benefits in chronic and persistent infections.

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Nov 01, 15
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As an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, detoxicant, mucolytic and neuromodulator, the clinical benefit of N-acetylcysteine is supported by a growing number of scientific interventions.

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Sep 10, 15
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In 2014, Volkan Sayin and other Swedish researchers claimed that vitamin E and N-acetyl-cysteine supplements could increase lung cancer in smokers.

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Sep 08, 15
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N-acetyl-cysteine, commonly abbreviated to NAC, is a precursor of the amino acid L-cysteine and the antioxidant glutathione (GSH).

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Extemporaneous Dispensing: The Clinical use of N-acetyl Cysteine

Jul 03, 15
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In today’s podcast Andrew is joined by dietician Belinda Reynolds. Belinda has over 15 years experience in Integrative Medicine. She is a senior educator and lecturer for BioCeuticals, and has a true gift for pulling clinically relevant information from research.

Today she takes us through extemporaneous dispensing of N-acetyl-cysteine (NAC). Her expert clinical knowledge reveals just how broad the use of this compound is outside the conventional medical uses for paracetamol (acetaminophen) toxicity and respiratory disease.

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