One of my favorite English journals called the New Scientist included a blockbuster story a couple of years ago that teased out the connection between increased Alzheimer’s risk and excessive sugar intake. This suggests that making a lifestyle choice to reduce sugar intake may lower the risk of developing Alzheimer's.
N-acetylcysteine (NAC) is the acetylated form of the
amino acid cysteine, the sulfur-based amino acid produced in the body
from methionine. It has been suggested in a large number of published
scientific studies to rapidly metabolize to intracellular glutathione,
the mother of all antioxidants found inside every cell in the body,
including the eye and brain.