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Need NAC? Here is my recommendation – https://bit.ly/32piGPB

Want to read more research on NAC and influenza? Check out the following studies:

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/9230243-attenuation-of-influenza-like-symptomatology-and-improvement-of-cell-mediated-immunity-with-long-term-n-acetylcysteine-treatment/

https://jcbmr.com/index.php/jcbmr/article/view/13/28

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/19732754-n-acetyl-l-cysteine-nac-inhibits-virus-replication-and-expression-of-pro-inflammatory-molecules-in-a549-cells-infected-with-highly-pathogenic-h5n1-influenza-a-virus/

How much NAC do you want to take to be effective? If we’re talking about a preventative dose, meaning you’re not sick, then anywhere between 1200 and 2000 milligrams per day. It was this quantity that was given to elderly patients that showed results? So that 1200 milligram a day mark showed a reduced severity of symptoms, reduced length of time of illness and reduction in the recurrence of illness. So 1200 to 2000 milligrams a day is where you are looking as your preventative dose. Now kind of a more aggressive moderate dose if you think you’re coming down with something would be somewhere in between 2000 and 4,000 milligrams per day. And if you’re full blown in bed with super illness – if you were in the hospital (and it was a nutritionally oriented hospital), they would actually potentially IV you with N-Acetylcysteine to the order of magnitude of a hundred milligrams per kilogram a day, which equates to about eight grams or 8,000 milligrams, which is 2000 more than what some viruses are shown to deplete from the body. So it gives you the 6,000 plus an additional 2000, depending on your weight again, but that’s for the average 150 pound person. If you’re super sick and you’re trying to reap the potential benefit of what research has shown with NAC, these are levels that you could consider taking. Now for some people this higher dose, what may happen is nausea or upset stomach might be the limiting factor and prevent you from being able to get that much.

Some people say “let’s take it to tolerance”. Let’s take it up to this level or to our ability to tolerate it. So maybe you fall shy at 5,000, your stomach is really upset. You can’t handle any more. That’s okay. You’re still getting some of that in and you’re still working yourself toward the potential of protecting yourself. So again, NAC is one of the most powerful and one of the most effective ways to shorten the duration of a viral infection, but also to help reduce the symptom severity and to reduce the risk of a recurring infection.

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