Recent research has led to the growing popularity of an enzyme called nicotinamide adenine dinculeotide, or NAD+ for short. NAD+ is responsible for helping to power the energy systems in your body and helps to repair damaged cells. Scientists have even found that middle-aged adults experience a drop in NAD+ enzymes, which may be signal for early aging. While NAD+ is not widely available for consumers yet, promising new research hopes to urge manufacturers to create more. In the meantime, take your normal vitamins.
- Research shows that the NAD+ levels in our bodies decline by up to 50% between the ages of 40–60.
- NR, both an NAD+ precursor and a form of vitamin B3, has been proven to safely increase the production of NAD+ by 40 to 50% within two weeks with daily supplementation.
- If you’re looking to boost NAD+ levels, try monitoring your diet, exercising regularly and taking NAD-boosting supplements to support your cellular energy and metabolism.
“Besides playing an important role in cellular energy production, NAD+ helps facilitate cellular repair to keep our cells resilient.”
Read more: https://www.maxlugavere.com/blog/truniagen