About Supplements

N-acetylcysteine is a precursor of glutathione an antioxidant that helps prevent cellular damage and is commonly used to treat hearing loss. Magnesium can be found in spinach, almonds, and many plant foods, taurine, an amino acid, can be found in meat and dairy, and B12 can be found in animal products. All of these nutrients are important for hearing loss, but whether a supplement is needed is a judgement call based on your diet.

Potential Interactions/ Nutrient Information
N-acetylcysteine/ NAC
Magnesium (no negative interactions)
Taurine (no negative interactions)
Fish Oil


  • Cheaper option
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250 caps 600mg each

Other Supplement Options

250 caps 200mg each

400 caps 1000mg each

Fish Oil
120 caps 3600mg each

200 caps 500mcg each
* It's your responsibility to consult with your physician before taking supplements, if necessary, and to check dosing on supplements to ensure you don't exceed healthy amounts.

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