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NAC and Blood Tests
Question: Can taking NAC (N-acetylcysteine) interfere with blood tests?
Answer: Although very high doses of NAC can potentially interfere with blood tests for cholesterol, this is unlikely to occur with the dose in typical servings of NAC from supplements. For more details, see Concerns and Cautions in the NAC Supplements Review.