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NAD+ Required

Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) is found in every living cell, serving as an essential cofactor — the compounds necessary for the activity of molecular machines (enzymes) — involved in fundamental biological processes. Initially discovered in 1906, NAD+ has seen a resurgence in research continually showing that NAD+ is critical for maintaining the health of our cells, tissues, and bodies.

The problem is that as we age, we see a gradual decline in cellular NAD+ levels. This decline in NAD+ is linked to numerous age-associated diseases, including cognitive decline, cancer, metabolic disease, sarcopenia (age-related loss of muscle mass and strength), and frailty. Many of these diseases can be slowed down or even reversed by restoring NAD+ levels.

While various methods of supplementation exist, we recommend the administration of NAD+ through IV therapy or IM injection. By avoiding the digestive tract, you will absorb and benefit from 100% of the dosage administered intravenously.

Source: NAD