NAC–(N-Acetylcysteine) Potent Antioxidant and Anti-Inflammatory



Improves Insulin Resistance


Brain-Dopamine and Glutamate (Addition, Bipolar, Depression, OCD, Anxiety)

Inflammation-Tumor Necrosis Factor, Interleukins, NF-kB

Lungs-thins out mucus

NAC dosage

600-1800 mg in divided doses.

Take on an empty stomach.

Side effects: Nausea, loose stool

Synergetic nutrients: Selenium, Cordyceps, Gotu Kola

Dr. Jin Sung specializes in the management of complex chronic conditions in Massachusetts, 30 minutes north of Boston.  He utilizes natural and alternative therapies to help manage complex cases such as Hashimoto’s, autoimmune conditions, IBS, SIBO, chronic fatigue, brain fog, early Alzheimer’s etc.


1. The effects of N-acetylcysteine and glutathione on smoke-induced changes in lung phagocytes and epithelial cells

2. Mechanisms of lung endothelial barrier disruption induced by cigarette smoke: role of oxidative stress and ceramides:

3. The antioxidant N-acetylcysteine protects from lung emphysema but induces lung adenocarcinoma in mice:

4. A Review on Various Uses of N-Acetyl Cysteine

5. Pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic studies of N-acetylcysteine, a potential chemopreventive agent during a phase I trial:

6. FDA Sends Warning Letters to Seven Companies:

7. WARNING LETTER Happy Hour Vitamins:

8. Clinical trials – NAC and COVID-19:

9. Say Goodbye to NAC Supplements:

10. NAC (Immune Scriptâ„¢):

11. NAC supplements you can purchase in the USA:

12. Cystine Rich Foods:


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