Don’t Let Them Stop You From Taking Immune-Protecting, Life-Saving NAC
NOTE TO THE READER:This important email is about how a major online retailer has BANNED a crucial, immune-strengthening supplement and how you can fight back. Here is what you need to know NOW!
80,000 times a year, people overdose on acetaminophen (Tylenol), poisoning the liver.
And just about every time, the antidote that doctors in the ER rush to administer is a dietary supplement
that is uniquely effective at protecting, purifying and strengthening the liver and all your organs and systems.
I’m talking about the life-saver
NAC, or N-Acetyl-Cysteine.
NAC is derived from the amino acid L-cysteine, and it has amazing restorative and rejuvenating powers.
NAC dissolves and loosens mucus,
turning a harsh cough into a harmless bit of mild congestion.
In fact, it’s so effective at improving breathing, lung specialists routinely recommend NAC
to ease chronic lung problems.
NAC turbocharges your immune system,
boosting your ability to form antibodies, the immune cells that detect and destroy foreign pathogens. And it improves your antibody-making ability before you are ever infected. (Incredible!)
Uniquely among supplements, NAC increases levels of glutathione, the master antioxidant
that protects every cell in the body from disease and aging.
As a powerful antioxidant-enhancer, NAC also blocks damage to DNA,
the cellular injury that triggers many chronic conditions.
NAC is proven to protect and preserve the kidney, a crucial fact for the 1 in 7 Americans with declining kidney function.
NAC nourishes and supports the brain,
with scientific studies showing it can help people overcome a wide range of different mental or emotional problems.
And NAC does all this with literally no side effects!
You’d think such a powerful dietary supplement would be available in every pharmacy, supermarket, health food store and every online outlet that sells supplements.
But Amazon has banned it!
In cahoots with the FDA (who are in cahoots with Big Pharma), Amazon has decided NAC is not a dietary supplement but a drug. (Even though it's been sold for decades as a supplement!)
That’s like deciding to call vitamin C a drug or the mineral calcium or the herb turmeric just because they all have profoundly therapeutic powers and are routinely used by clinicians to improve health and treat disease.
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