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Re: N-acetylcysteine (NAC)
 
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Re: N-acetylcysteine (NAC)


"NAC can form a red blood cell-derived molecule called..."

notice the use of the word "can". That's the same as "may". As in, It may be the case that your body is too acidic form lack of alkalizing minerals. Or, it may rain tomorrow. Or, you may win the lottery.

I'd look to who funded the study & cui bono.

NAC is just cysteine with an acetyl group on the nitrogen. Nitrosamines require basic conditions to form, and the stomach is acidic. There are many possible interactions which "may" occur, but I'm not ready to stop dropping capsules of NAC down my throat on those occassions when I do maintenance HM detox, which for me is about 2wice a month. Besides, NAC is a great way to alleviate hangovers in those iodine-deficient, by its bindint to acetaldehyde, which conjugation rapidly escorts it to the kidney and bladder.
 

 
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