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D-ribose-l-cysteine

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by Legolas, Aug 11, 2012.

  1. Legolas

    Legolas

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    I kind of accidently bumped into this. It's suposed to work like NAC in raising GSH, but it's a lot stronger. (at least this is what the producers claim.....)
    It's for sale on this website http://www.cellgevity4life.com/cellgevity.html (at a high cost.)
    Has anyone ever tried one of these products? Or ever heard of it?
    I found one positive testimonial one the internet
    http://brianmarsh.com/health/36-symptoms-of-my-chronic-fatigue-syndrome/

    "D-ribose-l-cysteine" doesn't yield a lot of results on pubmed, altough it's used to raise GSH (succesfully) in animal studies.
     
  2. heapsreal

    heapsreal iherb 10% discount code OPA989,

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    never heard of it but many supp company's combine ingredients etc as a marketing tool, not saying it doesnt work but is it better then buying nac and ribose seperately and using them both?
     
  3. Legolas

    Legolas

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    It's D-ribose-l-cysteine in one molecule, not separate. (I guess)
     
  4. adreno

    adreno PR activist

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    There are a few studies on PubMed, but I don't think it's anymore effective than NAC.
     

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