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In April of 2021 Food and Drug Administration clasified N-Acetyl-Cysteine (NAC) as a medication. It is no longer being considered a supplement. Following this event Amazon and similar platforms banned all sales on NAC and NAC containing products. JuvDefense is one of them.  The latest formula of JuvDefense contained 200mg of N-Acetyl-Cysteine.  In response to Amazon’s action AgeImmune created a new formula called Brilliant Antioxidants, which mirrors JuvDefense, however has no NAC in it.  The Ingredients of Brilliant Antioxidants are

Vitamin A (as natural mixed carotenoids) 725 2250RAE/mcg0IU
Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid) 300mg
Vitamin D3 (as cholecalciferol) 1000iu
Vitamin E (as natural vitamin E) 29.8IU, 19.96mg
Zinc (as Citrate) 15mg
Selenium (as selenate) 25mcg
Green Tea Extract Leef 200mg
L-Methionine 90mg
Taurine 90mg
Quercetin 200mg
Alpha Lipoic Acid 30mg
Grape Seed Extract (95%) 30mg
Olive Leaf Extract as Olea uropea L 100mg
Organic Rice Concentrate.
Vegetable capsule (Hypromellose)

Vitamin E comes in a natural form, which is about three times more effective, than traditionally used mixed tocopherols. In one experiment, Japanese researchers alternately gave natural and synthetic vitamin E to seven women. It took 300 mg of synthetic vitamin E to equal the blood levels achieved by a 100-mg dose of natural vitamin E. [1]. Blood, however, is not vitamin E’s final destination. Tissue takes longer than blood to absorb nutrients. Based on the studies at East Tennessee State University [2] after seven to 23 days of supplementation, natural vitamin E levels rise higher than synthetic levels.

Together 14 most powerful antioxidants will help your body maintain healthy oxygen levels, prevent aging, and provide detox.

[1] Kiyose C, et al.
Biodiscrimination of alpha-tocopherol stereoisomers in humans
after oral administration

Am J Clin Nutr 1997 (Mar);   65 (3):   785-9

[2] Burton GW, et al.
Human plasma and tissue alpha-tocopherol concentrations in response to
supplementation with deuterated natural and synthetic vitamin E

Am J Clin Nutr 1998;   67:   669-84

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