Research of N-Acetyl Cysteine shows:

* Dissolves mucus
* Increases powerful antioxidant glutathione levels
* Glutathione boosts immune system
* Widely used for COPD/respiratory patients
* Scavenges free radicals
*Slows the progression of ALS
* Slows the progression of HIV
* Anti-aging effect by reducing toxic free radicals
* Prevents heart disease
* Prevents arteriosclerosis
* Is an anti-inflammatory
* Prevents cartilage erosion
* Removes heavy metal toxins cadmium (from cigarettes), arsenic,mercury, lead
* Acts as an anticarcinogenic, antitumoral
* Inhibits cancer progression in general
* Slows tumor development in lungs
* May inhibit esophageal tumors
* Detoxifies the liver, prevents liver damage
* Antidote for acetaminophen poisoning
* Can reduce addictive cravings
* Reduces toxic effects of some chemotherapy agents as well as nausea and vomiting
* May reduce carcinogenic effect of tobacco smoke
* Protects the lungs in adult respiratory distress syndrome
* Alleviates some causes of women's hair loss
* Relieves hangover symptoms
* Reduces alcohol induced liver cirrhosis
* Reduces exercise fatigue
* Reduces endothelial dysfunction
* Prolongs transplants
* Decreases ulcerative colitis
* Improves insulin circulating levels
* Prevents cataracts in diabetics
* Decreases incidence of multiorgan dysfunction syndrome

* Is an antioxidant in methanol intoxication
* Used for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Lyme Disease, Fibromyalgia

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