3 groups of mice were given lethal doses of acetaminophen. The 1st group was given nothing, and they all died. The 2nd group was given n-acetylcysteine (NAC). Half of the mice died and half of them lived. The 3rd group was given ribose-cysteine (Riboceine). All the mice recovered and lived.
Based on this study, Riboceine is 300% more effective than n-acetylcysteine (NAC) without the side effects associated with NAC such as rashes and nausea.
With over 160,000 studies and articles on glutathione in PubMed, the electronic database maintained by the U.S. National Library of Medicine, its benefits and functions are inarguable. These studies reveal the remarkable role glutathione plays in the protection and function of every cell in the human body and the support of optimal health and function.