What is NAD+?

NAD+ stands for Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide. The compound is found in every cell in your body and plays a key role in maintaining our cell’s health and performance of their functions.

This is due to NAD+ contributing to our cells’ ability to transform the food we eat into cellular energy powering the healthy functions of our cells! These functions include boosting energy metabolism, repairing DNA, protecting cells from damage, promoting healthy brain and cardiovascular function, and reducing inflammation – overall being responsible for maintaining the health of your DNA and keeping you healthier for longer.

As you get older, your NAD+ levels naturally decline, meaning that our cells have less energy and become worse at maintaining their healthy functions. This causes your body to get old, your joints to ache, your energy to flag, and your brain to degenerate.

How NAD+ & NMN Can Help You

Only recently have scientists confirmed this direct link between falling NAD+ levels and ageing in both animals and human subjects. A breakthrough study published by Harvard scientists in 2013 showed for the first time that some aspects of ageing might be reversible. After treating old mice with NMN, several biometric markers that were subsequently measured resembled those of young mice: “the equivalent of a 60-year old converting to a 20-year old”.

With phase 1 human safety trials completed, there are now several human clinical trials underway to confirm the efficacy of NMN supplements . Dr. Sinclair, from Harvard University, has been leading the charge in this field for years – watch the video below to find out more.

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Browse the Alive by Nature website, below, to find out more about this incredible new discovery, including:

What is NAD?
Health Benefits of Increased NAD+
Difference between NAD+, NMN and NR?
Why Sublingual?
Up To Date Research & Studies
Other Healthy Ageing Resources

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