Bye bye, booze!
Sober up with science
Cysteine is a sulfur-containing amino acid and a component of proteins. The amino acid serine is required for its assembly.
A modification of cysteine is acetylcysteine. Acetylcysteine gives the dopamine system a good run for its money. Doctors have even researched this in Parkinson‘s patients. In other words, patients who lack dopamine to such an extent that they suffer from shaking palsy. The researchers gave ACC to Parkinson’s patients and, using special brain scans, found that the dopamine began to bubble up again.
It also helps an alcohol-damaged liver get back on its feet. In addition, the amino acid cysteine in it is also an immune system booster.
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