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NAC (N-acetylcysteine)


The body can synthesise N-acetylcysteine (NAC), but an external contribution is often useful. This amino acid, which activates the production of glutathione, has a very effective antioxidant effect, as well as detoxifying properties. As a precursor, NAC maintains an effective quantity of glutathione in the cells. It plays an active role at all levels in the defence of the body and in physical and mental well-being.

The role of NAC

The presence of NAC in the body is essential for the synthesis of glutathione, a powerful natural antioxidant. It also participates in the synthesis of cystine, rich in sulphur, which promotes healing and hair growth.

Its action on the immune system

NAC is an important immune agent that increases the levels of glutathione, one of the most powerful antioxidants, in the body. It is an excellent asset in the fight against free radicals causing oxidative stress which can lead to many problems. Its role is therefore essential when the amount of glutathione in the cells decreases due to poor diet, environmental toxins, exposure to stress, but also when the body ages.

Mood disorders

NAC can improve several essential brain functions such as learning, memory and other brain activities.

It normalizes the levels of dopamine and glutamine that are out of balance. When their levels are excessive, while glutathione levels are too low, brain activity is disturbed.


Boxes of 90 capsules.


High dose of N-acetylcysteine (500 mg).

Capsule in pullulan.


Recommended dosage: 3-4 capsules per day, 1/4 hour before a meal. It is advised not to take after 5pm.

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