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    TUDCA works to lower iron/liver/kidney enzymes and boost T3

    I decided to do an experiment with TUDCA. I took 250mg with 1 liter of water in the morning on an empty stomach and waited 20 to 30 mins before I ate. Here are my results. 12.11.2019 Labcorp (no TUDCA) Iron Bind. Cap (TIBC): 246 ug/dl (250-450) UIBC: 141 ug/dl (111-343) Iron: 105 ug/dl...
  2. Gianluca

    are you on NAC? what is your Ferritin level?

    I have come to realize from anecdotal evidence that NAC lowers Ferrtin, it keeps mine always about 80. I take 600mg daily from Jarrow, the slow released one. Do you take NAC and check regularly your Ferrtin? Dr Crisler once told me my ferrtin was lowish, and I also have hypothyrodim symptoms...
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    Nac vs Tudca for liver

    Has anyone tried Tudca instead of NAC for liver health? Due to lots of lifting my liver enzymes are always high end of normal. Only supplements are vitamin d, multi vitamin, magnesium gylcerate, and my trt. Hearing tudca is a little better then nac but nac seems much easier to find.
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    New supplement stack awoke the beast... or coincidence

    I gave the first try out to a new supplement stack, which apart from creatine which I take every day, contains things I have either taken sporadically or not at all. Each was selected for it's own supposed benefits, and I thought of making up a single bottle with the following and about 500ml...
  5. Gianluca

    Do antioxidant supplements interfere with skeletal muscle adaptation to exercise training?

    This is a concept was introduced to me by following Jerry Brainum. It seems to be a good idea not to ingest high doses of Antioxidant such as Vit C, E Coq10 about 2/3 hours before or after training not to interfere with the antioxidant body mechanism which in the phase of adaptation to stress...
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    NAC and elevated Hematocrit

    I have heard a couple times recently that NAC supplementation can increase red blood cell count/elevate hematocrit. I searched to see what i could find and got this example.... https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20606481 Has anyone had their hematocrit levels checked when on and then off of...
  7. Nelson Vergel

    Antioxidants for the treatment of male infertility: an overview

    Almost 15% of all couples trying to conceive are affected by infertility, and in almost half of these cases male infertility is the sole or a contributing factor.1 Male infertility can have several causes. The most common is idiopathic oligoasthenoteratozoospermia (OAT),2 which is a condition in...
  8. Nelson Vergel

    One More Reason to Take NAC: It May Dissolve Plaque

    At least administered via IV in mice. Cough syrup effective in stroke Paris, 12 June 2017 N-acetylcysteine (Mucomyst®, Exomuc®, Fluimucyl®) is commonly used as a treatment for clearing mucus from the airways, but researchers from Inserm Unit 1237, “Physiopathology and Imaging of...
  9. Nelson Vergel

    NAC Improved Response to Clomid in Women with PCOS

    Send to Fertil Steril. 2005 Feb;83(2):367-70. N-acetyl-cysteine is a novel adjuvant to clomiphene citrate in clomiphene citrate-resistant patients with polycystic ovary syndrome. Rizk AY1, Bedaiwy MA, Al-Inany HG. Abstract OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the effect of N-acetyl-cysteine (NAC), a...
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    An introduction to Amino Acids and immune fuction

    http://aminoacidstudies.org/immune-system/ Aminos 101, The basics on aminos and immune function. "Controlled Amino Acid Treatment (CAAT), a purely nutritional approach to targeting cancerous cells... ... reduces the amount of certain amino acids such as glycine which are necessary for DNA...
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    NAC attack: n-acetyl-cysteine Is it safe? hypoxia, PAH, pulnonary danger

    Blood pressure has always been normal. <125. Two weeks ago my MD noted it was 170. Yesterday it was 163. I starting supplementing with NAC at 500mg/day (Jarrow) usually in combination with ALC and ALA. I had increased the dose up to 1500 mg/day spread out . From Mercola: [Researchers...
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