A Major Breakthrough in Anti-Aging Science is now Reality!
And the good news is that this supplement is available for humans.
You found our clinic because you are concerned about the effects of aging and understand the need to fight its advance...
You probably have changed your nutrition, made getting more sleep a priority, found the right fitness program, taken measures to control stress, added a few supplements to the mix, and have considered taking your health and longevity regimen to the next level with hormone replacement therapy...
And you have made the right choice! You are exactly where you need to be. We offer the latest cutting-edge hormone therapies: human growth hormone (HGH), testosterone replacement therapy (TRT), and sermorelin therapy are all treatments that we design uniquely for you to deliver the results we promise.
But we don’t stop there! We are aware of all developments in the exciting field of anti-aging. And that includes the latest supplement breakthroughs and discoveries.
Introducing Nicotinamide Riboside
Research scientists have discovered a new type of vitamin B3 that is sending shock-waves throughout the anti-aging research community. Nicotinamide riboside (NR) has shown the ability to deliver a broad range of longevity benefits by shutting off the genes that accelerate aging.
The result is an impressive array of life-extending developments:
- Skyrocketing energy
- Sharper, clearer thinking
- Improved mood
- Activates sirtuins (essential enzymes)
- Attacking aging where it begins: at the cellular level
- Reducing vascular inflammation which protects blood vessels
- Increases insulin resistance, which helps to control high blood sugar levels
- Increased muscle strength
So, how does nicotinamide riboside accomplish these fantastic results? By giving a boost to three crucial elements in our bodies: mitochondria, sirtuins, and NAD+ (Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide).
Let’s take a look at each one of these elements.
What is NAD+?
NAD+ was discovered in 1906, and research has continued to learn more about its critical role in maintaining our health.
NAD+ is a coenzyme that is found in every one of our living cells. Without it, we die. It’s that simple.
NAD+ has two crucial roles: to convert nutrients into energy and support the proteins that control other biological, life-saving functions. NAD+ does this by being a “helper molecule” that attaches to other enzymes at the molecular level that keeps us alive and healthy.
As long as our levels of NAD+ are healthy, we are healthy. But as we age, our production of NAD+ plummets, which has an adverse effect on our “energy furnaces” called mitochondria.
The Importance of Mitochondria
Mitochondria are the energy generator of the cells. They are similar to a digestive system in that they absorb nutrients, break them down, and then manufacture energy-loaded molecules for the cells. This process is known as cellular respiration.
Mitochondria keep the cells loaded with energy. Some cells contain thousands of mitochondria, while other cells have none. Muscle cells, in particular, require a massive inflow of mitochondria since they must produce significant amounts of energy.
When muscle cells begin to run low, more mitochondria comes to the rescue.
But as we age, mitochondria begin to function less efficiently, and fewer mitochondria survive. This results in the appearance of many of the debilitating symptoms of aging: weakened muscles, constant fatigue, increasing aches and pains, depression, and a loss of motivation.
This is where NAD+ is worth its weight in gold. Studies have repeatedly demonstrated that NAD+ can shut down the genes that accelerate aging. To understand how NAD+ accomplishes this, we need to examine the role of sirtuins.
What are Sirtuins?
Sirtuins are crucial enzymes that play a huge role in longevity. Remember the publicity given to resveratrol for its anti-aging ability? It’s true. Resveratrol does help battle aging, and it does that by promoting sirtuin activity. But it does this indirectly. By contrast, NAD+ directly activates sirtuins to regulate the genes that control aging.
Sirtuins, especially SIRT1 and SIRT3, work to regulate genetic expression and require NAD+ for their action. When these enzymes are activated, we can turn on the “green lights” of the body’s longevity switches.
Here’s an analogy that we can all relate to. Research has demonstrated that SIRT enzymes are similar to a parking meter since they have a slot that can attach to one NAD+ molecule and one chemical acetyl (AC) from a chromosome protein called histones.
This attachment causes the SIRT enzyme to remove the acetyl chemical and link the histones closer to their DNA strands, which then controls the expression of the genes.
Like adding a coin to a parking meter buys more time with each turn of the handle, a NAD+ molecule attaching to a SIRT enzyme, with each turn of the enzymatic “handle,” alters the DNA expression to turn back the progression of aging.
Decreasing levels of NAD+ means fewer “quarters” in the “parking meter” that is SIRT enzymes. This shortens the lifespan since age-increasing genes are free to inflict their damaging results.
One of the best and most effective means of activating sirtuins is by calorie restriction. But restricting calories is a challenge to stick with.
But NAD+ can get the job done without radical alteration of your eating habits. Calorie restriction is still recommended, and by adding NAD+ to the mix, your results will double!
Nicotinamide Riboside also Protects Brain Cells
Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) are two of the most devastating and frightening afflictions that can affect anyone, and these monsters hit elderly folks with depressing regularity.
However, here is another example of the power of NR. A recent study illustrated the power of Nicotinamide Riboside to protect brain cells. Mice with Alzheimer’s disease were given NR starting at six months of age (middle-age for mice) and continued through 11 months (old-age for mice).
The results were surprising, to put it mildly. The mice showed significant improvements in cognitive function in a series of tests.
Also, the mice had lower brain levels of beta-amyloid plaques, which is the protein that causes a vast amount of the damage of AD.
Finally, the study had one more surprise. The levels of the metabolic regulatory complex know as PGC-1-alpha were increased. This is crucial since low levels of this substance have been linked to increased beta-amyloid.
So there you have it. The evidence is in, and it points to one conclusion: nicotinamide riboside is an absolute must to add to your supplement regimen if you are serious about longevity, good health, and staving off aging.
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