N-Acetyl Cysteine is an amino acid that the cells use to make glutathione, the most powerful antioxidant in the human body. NAC is found mostly in meat products. Most non-meat eaters do not get an adequate supply of NAC from food. Orally taking glutathione is not as effective because glutathione is made directly in the cells. Most if not all glutathione supplementation will be degraded in the digestive system. Therefore, supplementing with NAC is much more efficient.
Research at La Quinta Columna led by Ricardo Delgado and other researchers found that the “secret sauce” contains 40 trillion graphene oxide nanoparticles, which causes blood clots and, at later stages, low oxygen uptake by the blood platelets, and for many, eventually, heart stress and stroke.
Glutathione, which the body cells use to make energy, has been shown to oxidize graphene oxide and is quickly used up after the event leading to lethargy.