What is NAD+?
Nicontinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD) is a cofactor/coenzyme found in all living cells. This molecule alternates between two different forms. It changes based on how its being utilized. NAD+ is the reduced (active) form and NADH oxidized (inactive) form of this molecule. This transition of the molecule is present in every single cell in your body. This molecule powers metabolic processes and fuels a variety of systems including neuron transmission, DNA repair, energy production, chromosome stability, immune cell signaling, longer telomeres, longevity mechanisms and much more. NAD+ levels decline with aging, creating various deficiencies in the body. These deficiencies decrease the body’s ability to retain youth and various functions that contribute to age related diseases.