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Re: Glutathione Supplement opposed to NAC

Posted by Lamdage22 on December 21, 2013, at 6:16:16

In reply to Re: Glutathione Supplement opposed to NAC Lamdage22, posted by Tomatheus on December 21, 2013, at 1:56:11

Oh ok. I plan to maybe up the NAC to 1200mg. But first i want the EPA effect to stabilize.

But only if it really makes me feel better. Short term, first 4 days i feel "great" at least compared to how i felt before. Then the suicide thoughts creeped back in and were maybe a bit more intense thatn without it. But i wonder what it would do for me long term.

> > Well i know that NAC derives part of its effect from increased Gluthatione.
> Yes, but the two could conceivably be different in terms of effectiveness. I know that there's some thinking that glutathione might not cross the blood-brain barrier, which might limit its usefulness as a supplement. I think that NAC does cross the blood-brain barrier, and I sometimes wonder about the extent to which the therapeutic benefits of NAC may be due to its acetyl group (I'm thinking that it could be used to make the neurotransmitter acetylcholine and that that may be beneficial for some individuals).
> Tomatheus

Schizo-Affective, Socially anxious
700mg Seroquel
10 mg Zyprexa
1500mg Metformin
600mg NAC
4,8g EPA from Fishoil
2000mg Vitamin C
Thorne R. Multivitamin
Soon: Parnate at 30mg or 40mg




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