Re: What doses of N-Acetyl Cysteine do you take?
ok, snake oil reasons...
first off, out of the 3 links, only one works dude.
1) "This chain reaction (free radicals) may lead to chronic diseases such as cancer".
What on this earth doesnt lead to cancer? The fact this statement isn't backed up by a reference to a medical journal further enhances why the author has to write "may", rather than "will".
I may flap my arms but it doesn't mean i will become a bird.
2) "The protective role of glutathione is also extended to detoxifying foreign compounds and cancer-causing substances."
What is defined as a toxin? This is an article well suited to OK magazine or "womens weekly" as the daily carrot diet has more "detox-ability" probably....if the audience was even told what these toxins were.
Cancer causing compounds....such as? How purposefully vague!
Is this sold in the back of cosmo?
3) "The body has the ability to create enough cysteine to meet its needs and most high-protein foods contain adequate amounts for healthy people. Foods that provide cysteine include cottage cheese, oats, yogurt and chicken."
So the body already produces enough to suit our needs and seeing bodybuilders have a chicken rife diet, lets say that base is covered?
4) Large doses, exceeding 7 g, of cysteine can be toxic
Lets say the answer to the OP's original question is under 7g...
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