The Science of NAD+
Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, or NAD is a coenzyme of vitamin B3 (niacin). Known as NAD+ in its oxidized state and NADH in its reduced state, it was first described more than a century ago as a molecule in the electron transport chain in the metabolic reduction-oxidation reactions in mitochondria. NAD is found in all of the living cells of the body and it declines with age, stress, illness, toxins. It mediates calcium levels, regulates gene expression, anti-oxidant function, cellular energy production, DNA repair, turn on good genes cellular repair.
Why NAD+ IV?
Over time, as your NAD levels drop, you need to replenish them to ensure your cells continue to function at optimal levels. Although there are several ways you can take an NAD+ supplement, the most effective and efficient method is through NAD+ IV therapy. NAD+ IV therapy channels the substance directly into your bloodstream, ensuring one hundred percent bioavailability of the substance to your body.
Unlike ingesting an NAD+ supplement, IV therapy bypasses the harsh stomach environment to deliver NAD+ in its purest form straight into your bloodstream. Because of this, you experience faster and more enhanced benefits, allowing you to bounce back faster.
NAD+ IV Treatments Benefits
- More Energy
- Disease Resistance
- Elimination of Free Radicals
- Weight Management
- Boosted Immunity
- Enhanced Cognitive Functioning
- Better Muscle and Athletic Performance
- Assists Addiction Detoxing
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Role of NAD+ in regulating cellular and metabolic signaling pathways.
NAD+ supplementation normalizes key Alzheimer’s features and DNA damage responses in a new AD mouse model with introduced DNA repair deficiency.
Nicotinamide enhances repair of arsenic and ultraviolet radiation-induced DNA damage in HaCaT keratinocytes and ex vivo human skin.
Free radicals, antioxidants and functional foods: Impact on human health.