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What's NAD+?

What is NAD+?

"Without NAD+, humans would be dead in 30 seconds" — Professor of Genetics at Harvard University David Sinclair

NAD+ Anti-Aging Life Extension Factor

Professor Arthur Kornberg, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine once said: "Enzymes are responsible for the operation of all metabolic processes in the organism, giving cells life and characteristics. Any abnormality in the function of any enzyme may kill us." It can be seen whether the human body is normal or not. The operation depends on the function of the "enzyme". Most of the enzymes need "coenzyme" to maintain their operation. The most important coenzyme is NAD+ (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, referred to as coenzyme I). NAD+ dominates a quarter of the enzymes in the human body (hundreds of oxidoreductases), and is mainly responsible for the production of more than 90% of the energy in the body, and controls more than half of the metabolic activities of the human body, including the maintenance of longevity proteins (Sirtuins), DNA repair and maintenance of immunity important key to system function.

How to maintain NAD+ levels in the body?
After the age of 25, the NAD+ in both men and women begins to decrease gradually, and it will decrease sharply during the age of 40-60, which is only 50% of the youth, causing various aging symptoms in appearance and physical function, such as: memory decline, cardiovascular function weakening, immunity Insomnia, poor sleep quality, decreased energy, increased blood sugar, constipation, hair loss, loss of appetite and degeneration of various neurons, etc., but NAD+ cannot be directly absorbed by the human body, so the precursor substance NMN (nicotinamide mononucleoside) is required. acid).​ Although NMN is a naturally occurring substance in various foods, the content is very small and cannot be adequately supplemented by daily meals alone. Therefore, it is recommended to use NMN supplements to restore the NAD+ level in the body.