NAD is important in cell nuclear DNA repair and telomere maintenance. Telomeres protect the vital information in our DNA. DNA makes up all of the cells in our body. … Telomeres get shorter each time a cell copies itself, but the important DNA stays intact. Eventually, telomeres get too short to do their job, causing our cells to age and stop functioning properly.
NAD and NAD+ occur naturally in your body. They play a major role in the chemical process of generating energy.
NAD+ is probably the most important co-factor for improving mitochondrial function. Mitochondria are the cells powerhouse energy generator where macronutrients (proteins, carbohydrates, and fats from food) are converted to energy-rich ATP molecules for the cell.
Due to its direct influence on the Mitochondria NAD+ helps keep cells maximally healthy and functioning
NAD helps the liver break down fats that are essential to provide energy for the body. It also helps create ATP, which is a major source of energy for cells. Boosting NAD+ may help manage a wide spectrum of diseases, ranging from diabetes to cancer.
NAD boosts the immune system due to the energy production role they play in the body
When NAD+ is given by IV (intravenous) or IM (intramuscularly), some research has shown it can improve mental clarity, alertness, concentration, and memory.
Moreover, NAD+ injections may improve athletic endurance and reverse the symptoms of chronic fatigue. NAD has a strong impact on cognitive and cardiovascular health. It has a growing usage in Age Management due to its role in DNA repair and telomere maintenance.
- Immune Builder
- Athletic Performance
- Addiction to alcohol
- Addiction to Narcotics
- Addiction to Benzodiazepines
- Mitochondrial Regeneration