NACD (60cap)
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N-Acetyl-LCysteine(NAC) & Nicotin amideadenine dinucleotide (NAD)



Package Details: 500 mg x 60 Caps

Member Price: RM 120.00

Retail Price: RM 150.00


Who will benefit the most from NACD?

Chronic Bronchitis

Ulcerative Colitis

Diabetes Management

Liver Cancer

Muscle Performance





Female with PCOS & other related problems

Premature Birth & Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

Food Poisoning & Toxicity


What NACD can do for you?

  •   Strengthens the immune system
  •   Increased physical energy
  •   Improved mental performance
  •   Anti-ageing
  •   Boosts cellular glutathione levels
  •   Helps the body’s detoxification system.
  •   Stabilize blood sugar
  •   Neutralize food poisoning and drug side effects
  •   Relieves symptoms of respiratory conditions
  •   Act as a enhancer to provide maximum assistance with antioxidant neutralization within the cell.
  •   Assists with detoxification to prevent kidney and liver disorders, reducing burden of the organs.
  •   Protects and repairs DNA, reducing DNA mutations which contribute to atherosclerosis, cancer, immunodeficiency, rheumatoid arthritis etc.
  •   The “most powerful antioxidant” in the body [Dr. Richard Passwater in his book NADH-The Energizing Coenzyme].


Recommended & Dosage:

  •   Take 1 - 2 capsules daily. Do not take more than 2 capsules in a day, unless advised by your health practitioner.
  •   Advisable: 2-3 liters water per day while taking NACD.


Excellent complement with Product(s):

DIAB (Dia-B-Tix)









N-Acetyl-LCysteine (NAC) is the suppplement form of amino acid cysteine. It is a powerful enhancer which has also been shown to increase glutathione levels. Glutathione synthesis in the liver has an important function in metabolic clearing. Taking supplemental NAC can boost the levels of protective enzymes in the body, thus slowing some of the cellular damage that is characteristic of aging.

In the hospital, it is used in the intravenous and oral form to protect and restore the body before and after it has been exposed to certain chemicals, including radioactive dyes used to illuminate parts of the body during an MRI, and in the case of acetaminophen overdose. It’s also used sometimes to help cancer patients overcome the adverse events that may be associated with isoffamide and cyclophosphamide.

In 2015, NAC is on the World Health Organization's List of Essential Medicines 2015, a list of the most effective and safe medicines needed in a health system.

Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) is a coenzyme (helper molecule), which helps enzymes function effectively. Enzymes are responsible for every activity of life. There are two primary classes of enzymes: digestive and metabolic. Metabolic enzymes are responsible for the structuring, repair, and remodelling of every cell, and the body is under a great daily burden to supply sufficient enzymes for optimal health. Metabolic enzymes operate in every cell, every organ and every tissue, and they need constant replenishment. NAD plays an essential role in the production of ATP (Adenosine triphosphate), the basic energy molecule in the body, and has more than 100 metabolic functions in our human biochemistry.

All human activities require energy. Research has indicated that 90% of our physical energy must be made available from the biochemical processes within our cells. Each cell in your body has a particular function that needs energy to do its job. This energy is produced by various chemical processes in the cells, in little “power plants”. We refer to such power plants as the mitochondrion. Glucose is the fuel for our power plants and is obtained from the food which we consume by means of digestion. Most processes in a power plant which releases energy however require a particular co-enzyme to produce energy. Without the co-enzyme, the power plant will simply not function.

NAD is such a co-enzyme and it maintains the processes in all power plants. When there is a deficiency in NAD, or too few power plants in the cells, there will be a metabolic energy deficiency. This metabolic energy deficiency is called a NAD Energy Deficiency (NED). This NED is insufficient chemical energy for life and can be defined as the physical state which develops when the body does not have enough NAD molecules and accompanying energy metabolic cofactors to generate enough metabolic energy on a cellular level to maintain the body in a constant state of health. Such a NED can result in a wide spectrum of NED related diseases. NED mostly manifests itself as chronic fatigue, chronic fatigue syndrome, substance abuse, depression, stress, anxiety and various other chronic illnesses.