Scientifically Proven and Patented Nutrition

RiboCeine is a unique natural compound of Ribose and Cysteine (D-Ribose-L-Cysteine, Ribcys). RiboCeine is a completely water soluble molecule, that remains intact through the digestive tract—hydrolyzing into its core components within every cell of your body. Cysteine is the rate limiting factor for Glutathione production, while Ribose is a primary sugar supporting the production of ATP—true cellular energy. In peer reviewed independent studies, RiboCeine significantly outperformed other means of Glutathione enhancement against which it has been tested—300% better than N-Acetyl-Cysteine.

Unique Attributes

There are multiple unique attributes of this compound that set it apart from any other modalities. Its' gradual hydrolysis within cell fluid—requires no enzymatic breakdown, its' ability to simultaneously fuel the production of both Glutathione and Adenosine Triphosphate—both critical requirements for cell function, and its ability to be utilized during drug treatment to mitigate negative toxicity issues without compromising therapeutic effect of the prescribed treatment.

Proven Intracellular Glutathione On-Demand

Results: “Glutathione in the liver was elevated 1.5 fold compared to untreated controls at the 16 hour time point. Kidney glutathione also was maximal at 16 hours and achieved 1.6 times control values. Glutathione in muscle achieved 2.5 times the levels in control animals, while the bladder was elevated 2.1 fold and the heart 1.8 fold.”

Conclusion: The authors concluded that “RibCys was able to maintain, and, in some organs, continued to elevate Glutathione even though the animals were subject to continued fasting”. “The results from the present studies support the hypothesis that RibCys—"Riboceine"—can serve as a reservoir for the crucial Glutathione precursor, L-cysteine, and continually supply the amino acid as Glutathione synthesis proceeds.”

1 Meister A, J., Glutathione metabolism and its selective modification. Biol. Chem. 1988, 273, 17205-17208


Arguably there isn't a more notable expert—worldwide— in the study of Glutathione and medicinal chemistry. Dr Nagasawa's Curriculum Vitae lists impressive posts over his career including 32 years as the senior editor of the Journal of Medicinal Chemistry. Doctor Nagasawa received his B.S. degree in chemistry from Western Reserve University (now, Case-Western Reserve) in Cleveland, Ohio, and a Ph.D. degree in organic chemistry from the University of Minnesota. Subsequently, he spent two years as a Post-doctoral Fellow in biochemistry at the University of Minnesota before joining the research staff of the V.A. Medical Center in Minneapolis as a Senior Chemist. He was appointed Assistant Professor of Medicinal Chemistry at the University of Minnesota in 1959, and was named Principal Scientist of the VAMC in 1961. He was promoted in 1976 to Senior Research Career Scientist, a nationwide VA title reserved for the VA's top scientists, and was promoted in 1963 to Associate Professor of Medicinal Chemistry and to Professor in 1973. If Dr. Nagasawa's Vitae wasn't sufficient to establish his status as World Renowned, in 2010 Doctor Nagasawa presented his patented development of a 3 minute oral antidote for cyanide poisoning, to a symposium for the Department of Homeland Security Bioterrorism Countermeasures. Solving the issue of cyanide attack was previously thought impossible by many scientists, and was a priority for the U.S Administration—post the 911 attacks in New York City.