NACET FAQs

Can I take NACET more than once daily?

Yes, the recommended dosage for NACET is 50-100 mg per day. Due to its high absorbability, 50mg of NACET is equivalent to over 660 mg of NAC. It can be taken up to three times daily but once a day is sufficient.

Since NACET is considered a nootropic, will it give me the jitters or raise my blood pressure?

Nootropics can increase cognitive performance and memory. NACET works on the brain by improving its natural performance rather that artificially enhancing performance. It is very safe without any side effects. It does not increase blood pressure or give you the jitters. *

Why is NACET better than NAC?

NACET is 1000 times more absorbable than NAC and more bioavailable. NAC is only 6% bioavailable. NACET is both fat and water soluble and, unlike NAC, it crosses the blood brain barrier making it more beneficial for healthy brain function and cellular health.*

What happens to the Ethyl Ester in the body once it turns into NAC and then to Glutathione?

It is broken down by the cell and converted to ethanol then transported out of the body through the circulatory system.

Is NACET an antioxidant?

NACET is a potent scavenger of harmful free radicals. It is a precursor to glutathione which is a powerful antioxidant responsible for tissue building and repair, making chemicals and proteins needed in the body, detoxification, brain and eye health, and healthy immune system function.*

Why is there Selenium, Molybdenum and Glycine combined with NACET?

These beneficial nutrients enhance the transport of NACET and help with the production of glutathione.

Does NACET have side effects?

No side effects have been recorded or shown with toxicity and double-blind placebo studies.

Why does NACET have such a strange smell?

NACET is a precursor to the most important antioxidant, glutathione, and contains a sulfer group. Sulfer scavenges free radicals and is required for the sythesis of glutathione. This is why NACET has such a stong sulfer smell.

Who shouldn’t take NACET?

NACET and NAC may slow blood clotting. Consult with your doctor if you are on blood thinning medication.*