NAC for Tinnitus and Your Health
The amino acid, NAC (N-Acetyl Cysteine), has been safely used as a dietary supplement for decades. It has been shown to be helpful to treat recent exposure to loud noise or ototoxic medications and for protection against increased tinnitus and hearing loss.
But recently the FDA ruled that NAC could no longer be lawfully marketed as a dietary supplement because it was first studied as a “drug” in 1963.
Tinnitus expert Barry Keate, along with other hearing authorities, recommend NAC as both a preventative measure and as a treatment for protecting against hearing loss and exposure to loud noise. Barry covers the benefits of NAC and offers advice on what to do while the natural products industry petitions the FDA for a reversal of this order..