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The results of this study provide proof-of-concept that GlyNAC supplementation improves age-associated cognitive decline and supports brain health in aging by improving/correcting brain GSH deficiency, elevated OxS, mitochondrial dysfunction, abnormal mitophagy and autophagy, inflammation, impaired glucose transport/uptake, elevated genomic damage, and reversing the decline in brain neurotrophic growth factors. GlyNAC could be a simple and effective nutritional supplement to support brain health and cognitive function in aging, and warrants additional investigation.

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Kumar, P., Osahon, O. W., & Sekhar, R. V. (2023). GlyNAC (Glycine and N-Acetylcysteine) Supplementation in Old Mice Improves Brain Glutathione Deficiency, Oxidative Stress, Glucose Uptake, Mitochondrial Dysfunction, Genomic Damage, Inflammation and Neurotrophic Factors to Reverse Age-Associated Cognitive Decline: Implications for Improving Brain Health in Aging. Antioxidants, 12(5), 1042. https://doi.org/10.3390/antiox12051042

Glynac, glycine, N-Acetylcysteine, correction, GSH Synthesis , cognitive improvement, brain health, GSH, OxS, mitochondrial energetics, autophagy/mitophagy, glucose transporters, inflammation, genomic damage, neurotrophic factors

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