Is NAD+ “The Fountain of Youth”?

  • Low NAD+ levels affect our bodies by contributing to age-related diseases, poor energy production, and increased risk of DNA damage. Restoring NAD+ levels can have anti-aging effects
  • Restore NAD+ levels by eating a balanced diet high in B-vitamins, exercising regularly, and taking NAD+ supplements such as Entity Health’s RestoriX, MetaboliX Plus, and SL NAD+.

Recent studies have revealed that NAD+ levels decrease with age, giving rise to the theory that the “Fountain of Youth” may be found in raising NAD+ levels within the body.

NAD+ is a crucial molecule involved in various metabolic reactions that affects our bodies in many ways, including contributing to age-related diseases.

NAD+ supplementation may help to:

  • Reduce inflammation in fat tissue that comes with aging[1]
  • Improve the function of insulin, which helps regulate blood sugar levels in the body
  • Improve the function of mitochondria[2], which are the “powerhouses” of our cells
  • Enhance brain function[3]

How we can restore our NAD+ levels

  • Eat a balanced diet that’s high in B-vitamins[4], such as leafy greens and lean proteins. Stock up your fridge with all the spinach you can get!
  • Regular exercise and physical activity. Sign up for that gym membership! Those regular exercise sessions are a wonderful way to maintain healthy NAD+ levels, and to promote your overall health!
  • Taking NAD+ supplements! There are so many NAD supplements in stores now that can help to boost NAD+ levels. Here are some recommendations: Entity Health’s RestoriX, MetaboliX Plus and SL-NAD+! Best of all, SL-NAD+ is the world’s 1st pure NAD+ supplement!

[1] Yoshino, J., Baur, J. A., & Imai, S. I. (2018). NAD+ intermediates: The biology and therapeutic potential of NMN and NR. Cell metabolism, 27(3), 513-528.
[2] Gomes, A. P., Price, N. L., Ling, A. J. Y., Moslehi, J. J., Montgomery, M. K., Rajman, L., White, J. P., Teodoro, J. S., Wrann, C. D., Hubbard, B. P., Mercken, E. M., Palmeira, C. M., de Cabo, R., Rolo, A. P., Turner, N., Bell, E. L., & Sinclair, D. A. (2013). Declining NAD+ induces a pseudohypoxic state disrupting nuclear-mitochondrial communication during aging. Cell, 155(7), 1624-1638.
[3] Bai, P., Maday, A. (2020). Role of NAD+ in the Aging Brain: Neurodegeneration and Cognitive Function.
[4] Wang, Y., et al. (2018). NAD+ Supplementation and the Anti-Aging and Longevity Landscape. Trends in Molecular Medicine. 24(9), 738-758.

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