A Brain and Cellular Restoration Co-Enzyme that naturally presents in the body as part of the Kreb Cycle (Citric Acid Cycle), creating energy for cells, is now one of the most cutting edge infusion treatments helping in cellular repair and acting as a catalyst for rapid reconstruction.
Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide, is the molecule that reacts with oxygen within the cell to create cellular energy. Cellular energy is the basis for the function, growth, repair and life span of every cell in the body. From neurons to muscle fiber, and every other cell in the body, NAD is needed to power the Kreb Cycle (Citric Acid Cycle), creating the energy required for cells to thrive and function.
NAD is a co-enzyme that ultimately leads to ATP (adenosine triphosphate) production. ATP is the final form of energy utilized by ALL cells in our body to power and perform their individual functions. As we take in in food, whether, that be in the form of carbohydrates, proteins or fat, they break down into further molecules which eventually enter the Citric Acid Cycle (Kreb cycle). This biochemical pathway leads to NADH (NAD + Hydrogen), which within the cell’s power plant (the mitochondria) sparks with oxygen to create ATP (the final form of energy our body utilizes).
A deficiency in NAD can occur due to a variety of reasons, ranging from nutritionally void diets, stress, age, drug/alcohol use, biotoxins and other conditions. Such NAD deficiency can potentially lead to abnormalities within the body, including chronic fatigue, apathy, depression, anxiety, weak immune system, mood disorders, muscle pain and weakness, memory disturbances, insomnia, inability to focus and concentrate, and other metabolic disorders. NAD+ infusion therapy provides a way to achieve and adequate supply of NAD and subsequent ATP (cell energy), in order for the cells to function at optimal level and be able to repair, remodel and restructure as needed.
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