Acetaminophen is probably is just about every medicine cabinet in the entire world.
Most of us have heard about the effects of taking too much of it and causing liver damage. We sparingly take it when the pain is so bad we can't get by without it.
I myself being an avid tennis player know all too well how sore the body gets as we get older and we try to enjoy the same activities that we did when we were young.
Now there is a help, there is a supplement called N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC) that can protect your liver and restore glutathione levels.
Suzy Cohen a trusted pharmacist actually recommended this supplement over 14 years ago. Today conventional physicians are starting to recommend it too.
Suzy Cohen published in her article that according to the Journal Drug Development, in August 2015. In the article, it states that it recommended drug companies to add the amino acid, (NAC) to the drug acetaminophen, in order to prevent toxic drug side effects.
Suzy says, "Acetaminophen is what I call a 'drug mugger' of the antioxidant glutathione which can't be produced in the body without a little help. It needs (NAC) in order to be made.
Serious liver damage can happen in a very short amount of time. Chronic use of acetaminophen, even in regular dosages, taken over a few days or weeks can cause liver damage for sensitive people and it is hard to know in advance who you are.
Medical progress is slow and millions of people end up in the hospital and become sick or die before enough people become aware of the risks of taking acetaminophen.
Suzy Cohen a trusted pharmacist recommends that people take at least 600-1800 mg per day of (NAC) N-Acetyl Cysteine whenever they take acetaminophen.
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