Decreased stress and anxiety.
PTSD and depression
Improved exercise recovery
Strengthen hair, nails, and skin
Slowing the ageing process
NAD (Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) is a vital coenzyme that is essential to cellular function. It facilitates the transfer of energy within cells and is important in a host of other metabolic functions.
Vitamins are organic compounds that the body needs to function. There are many forms of vitamin B, each chemically unique with different essential roles in the body. Vitamin B3, specifically, is a precursor to NAD+.
No. Niacin is another name for Vitamin B3. Vitamin B3 consists of 3 separate organic compounds: nicotinic acid, or NA, nicotinamide, or Nam, and nicotinamide riboside, or NR. All three of these components are eventually converted to NAD+ and for this reason, are considered NAD+ precursors.
NAD+ is an essential component of the citric acid cycle (or Krebs cycle), a cellular process that produces energy for every cell in the body. It participates in energy production by interacting with oxygen in mitochondria to produce the fuel the body needs to function: a protein called ATP. NAD+ is also an essential cofactor of key enzymes called sirtuins that are regulators of genes thought to be important with regards to the lifespan of cells.
Custom IV mixtures available. (Call 1800-561-2670 for pricing).
Group Pricing Available In house & Mobile.