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One of NAC’s primary functions is to produce a substance known as glutathione. Glutathione is your liver and your body’s master antioxidant. So think of it like this. Your liver needs glutathione to process the chemicals, the exposures to toxins, the day to day wear and tear that your body is under your liver needs.
When you’re low in glutathione, your toxicity bucket can fill up much, much faster, making you more susceptible to environmental toxins and other environmental exposures to chemicals, et cetera. Thus lending toward creating or contributing to making you sick over time.
One of the other functions of an NAC is it’s known as a mucolytic. What does that mean? That means it breaks down or breaks apart mucus. One of the secondary complications of a viral infection and whether it’s influenza or Corona or any other type of virus is what’s called an upper respiratory infection. So it can get into the respiratory tract, into the lungs, it can get into the sinus cavity. And what happens with an infection is your body’s produces a lot more mucus. You can become congested. That mucus increases the thickness, makes it harder to breathe. This is why people get respiratory wheezing or, or kind of pressure because that mucus is building up inside the inside the lung tissue or inside the sinus is. So what NAC can do. And if you’ve ever had chronic congestion, chronic sinus issues, chronic chest congestion, and used supplements that help break this down. Some supplements or I have a product called ultra sinus support, for example, and one of the main ingredients in it is N-Acetylcysteine. And this is the reason why, because it breaks down mucus and helps you breathe easier. So again, it’s an FDA approved agent to treat a aggressive mucus secretion coming from the sinuses or the lungs. Now additionally, when somebody overdoses on Tylenol or acetaminophen they use NAC to stop that toxicity from doing further damage.
Now how does it function as an agent for improving viral infection outcomes? Research suggests that it reduces viral replication. Glutathione or N-Acetylcysteine cannot stop you from getting a viral infection. I want to be very clear there. That’s not what it does. But what it does is in essence if you’ve been infected by influenza virus, what it can actually do is it can reduce viral replication. But the research that’s been done on NAC also shows that not only does it help prevent viral replication, but also if somebody gets sick, it reduces the severity of symptoms of their illness. IIt also reduces the length of time of the illness. And it’s also been shown to reduce recurring illness.
So N-Acetylcysteine reduces the severity of the symptoms. It can reduce the length of time that somebody actually spends being sick and it can reduce the risk of them repeat infection.
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