Supports Your Organs and Tissues:
NAC is the precursor to glutathione, a powerful antioxidant that helps to scavenge free radicals which cause damage to cells. NAC can help to keep our bodies functioning properly by protecting our organs at a cellular level from chemical stressors.
Safe and Supportive:
NAC is a naturally occurring antioxidant within the human body and supplementing with it at our recommended dose is a safe way to support organ and tissue health during almost any time of life, including pregnancy.
Supports Full-Term Gestation:
Clinical trials have demonstrated that, due to its powerful antioxidant effects, NAC supplementation can support full-term gestation in certain women, thereby supporting a healthy, natural pregnancy for mother and baby.
Take 1 capsule (1 serving) preferably with a meal, or as directed by a physician.
NAC Smell Disclaimer: Please note that high-quality NAC naturally has a sulfurous smell and that this does not indicate spoilage or contamination.
Use only as directed. Consult your healthcare provider before use if you are contemplating pregnancy, pregnant, nursing, have any medical conditions, or use any medications. For adult use only. Keep this product out of reach of children. Do not use if tamper evident seal is broken or missing. Store in a cool, dry place.
Please use caution when taking this product if you have a history of any bleeding or clotting disorders, or if you are taking any other supplement or medication that may have anticoagulant or antiplatelet effects, as this combination may increase the risk of bleeding.
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