UltraHealth

PUR NMN 300E, 10-month supply, 250mg, NAD+ boosting liposomal capsules

$279.95

 UltraHealth's best NAD booster with liposomal capsules.

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How does NAD work in the body?

NAD+ acts as a cofactor for numerous enzymes, including dehydrogenases, which facilitate the transfer of electrons during metabolic processes. It is involved in essential cellular processes such as glycolysis, the citric acid cycle (Krebs cycle), and oxidative phosphorylation. NAD+ also plays a role in other cellular processes, such as DNA repair, gene expression, and regulation of sirtuins, a group of enzymes involved in various physiological functions.

 Furthermore, NAD+ has gained attention in recent years due to its role in anti-aging research. The levels of NAD+ tend to decline with age, and this decline has been associated with age-related metabolic dysfunction. Some researchers are investigating the potential benefits of NAD+ supplementation as a way to support cellular function, enhance metabolism, and potentially slow down the aging process.

 It is important to note that while NAD+ supplementation is an area of active research, its long-term effects and optimal usage are still being studied. It's always advisable to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new supplementation or treatment.

UltraHealth’s NAD+ supplement is a molecule that is produced naturally in the body as a precursor to NAD+. However, it can also be found in small amounts in certain foods, including:

  1. Broccoli: Broccoli is a great source. A cup of cooked broccoli contains about 1.6 mg.
  2. Cabbage: Cabbage is another vegetable that is rich in this. A cup of cooked cabbage contains about 1.3 mg.
  3. Cucumber: Cucumber is a refreshing and hydrating snack that also contains a small amount. A cup of sliced cucumber contains about 0.17 mg.
  4. Avocado: Avocado is a healthy source of fats and contains small amounts. A medium-sized avocado contains about 0.07 mg.
  5. Tomatoes: Tomatoes are a great source of vitamins and antioxidants and contain a small amount. A cup of sliced tomatoes contains about 0.03 mg.

It's worth noting that the amounts of NAD+ boosters in these foods are relatively small, and it may be difficult to consume enough through diet alone to have a significant impact on NAD+ levels in the body. Supplements like NR and this product may be more effective for this purpose.

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