Why is NAD+ important?
Clinical research shows that NAD+ has a unique ability to protect tissues, induce DNA repair, boost cognition, prevent weight gain, and increase longevity. NAD+ can play a key role in transferring energy released from glucose and fatty acids to the mitochondria so that it can be converted into energy production.
NAD+ levels decline as we age, and a depletion of these necessary enzymes can lead to a variety of issues and risk factors, including metabolic dysfunction, metabolic disorders, and neurodegenerative issues.
At the cellular level, we have seen how NAD levels are essential to our molecules, and therefore understand how they are also essential to our overall health.
reduces, making our DNA less capable of repairing itself. Without them, our mitochondria easily decays and leads to our outward and internal aging.