What is Nad+ Therapy: Infographic

NAD+ refers to Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide. Every cell in your body has it. It is a coenzyme of vitamin B-3 or niacin, making it a small molecule that helps activate enzymes by binding to protein molecules. Enzymes are necessary because they handle over 5,000 biochemical reactions within the body.

NAD+ is of specific significance because it handles more bodily responses than all other vitamin-derived molecules in our bodies. For a healthy body with neurological systems, internal organs, and a brain performing with excellent efficiency, we need adequate amounts of NAD+.

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