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What is NAD?
Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) is a coenzyme central to metabolism found in every cell in the body. It’s involved in numerous essential processes such as metabolism and cell regulation, but as you age, levels of NAD in your body decrease. NAD exists in two forms as NAD+ and NADH. Many factors from age to habits such as overeating and excessive alcohol consumption can lead to a decline in NAD+. Low levels of NAD+ have been linked to a range of health issues such as: Premature skin ageing, Alzheimer’s disease, Diabetes, Mood disorders, Fatigue and Heart disease.
That’s why our Limitless NAD IV Drip can be used as an effective anti-ageing treatment, as well as a means of boosting your body’s overall health
Increasing your NAD+ levels can help you: Boost energy levels, Improve mental clarity and increase focus, Delay the ageing process, Increase metabolism, Decrease stress levels
What are the benefits of NAD IV therapy?
Promotes healthy ageing - Unlike popular anti-ageing eye creams or moisturisers, NAD can indeed slow down the signs of ageing inside your body, which is much more effective. The coenzyme has been found to repair damaged DNA, boost stress resistance, reduce inflammation and even improve lifespan.
Reduces the risk of disease - Topping up levels of NAD has been linked to a decrease in chronic illnesses such as diabetes, cancer, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. NAD has also been found to reduce aortic stiffness and lower systolic blood pressure, two common causes of heart diseases.
Could aid weight loss - NAD is a crucial factor in metabolism, as it helps to convert food into energy. It has also been found to improve muscle strength, function and endurance.
Provides cell protection - Within brain cells, NAD has been linked to the production of a protein called PGC-1-alpha, which protects cells against oxidative stress and improves mitochondrial function. NAD also helps to fortify cell defence systems throughout the rest of the body.
Helps with jet lag - Research has shown that NAD involves setting the body’s internal clock, or circadian rhythm, meaning that NAD supplements could help reduce the effects of jet lag and fatigue.