Now Foods NAC – N-Acetylocysteina 600 mg – 100 capsules

£15.65 £17.39

Food supplement

  • ADDITIONALLY CONTAINS selenium and molybdenum
  • compatible with vegetarian and vegan diets

NAC 600  mg by NOW® is a complex containing a stable form of the amino acid L-cysteine ​​combined with selenium and molybdenum. L-cysteine ​​is a sulfur-containing amino acid that acts as a stabilizer for the formation of protein structures and is also necessary for the formation of glutathione.

Molybdenum and selenium are essential trace elements that facilitate the production of several important enzymes. Selenium contributes to the proper course of spermatogenesis, helps maintain healthy hair and healthy nails. In addition, selenium helps in the proper functioning of the immune system and thyroid gland. Molybdenum contributes to maintaining the proper metabolism of sulfur amino acids.

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Ingredients in a daily portion  (1 capsule)

Selenium (from L-selenomethionine)                      25 mcg  (45.45%*)

Molybdenum (from molybdenate (VI) sodium         50 mcg  (100%*)

N-acetylocysteina (NAC)                                         600 mg

*RWS -  Reference Intake Value


Ingredients:  N-acetylcysteine ​​(NAC); Molybdenum (from sodium molybdate (VI), Selenium (from L-selenomethionine), capsule shell (filling agent: cellulose), carrier: fatty acids (vegetable source); citric acid.

The production process does not use any ingredients derived from wheat, gluten, milk, eggs, fish, crustaceans or tree nuts. Manufactured in a Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) facility that processes ingredients of other products containing these allergens.

How to use:  Take 1 capsule 1 time per day. Store in a cool and dry place. This product can be stored at room temperature. It can be stored in the refrigerator to maintain freshness. Keep out of the reach of children.

Warning:  Pregnant and breastfeeding women and people taking medications should consult a doctor.

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