What is NADH?
NADH is produced by the citric acid cycle in glycolysis and cell respiration. The NADH molecule is a controlling marker in the energy production chain in mitochondria. Monitoring the REDOX status of NADH is the best parameter to characterize mitochondrial function in vivo. Ultraviolet light can excite NADH in mitochondria to produce fluorescence, which can be used to monitor mitochondrial function.
Its development history of NADH:
In 1906, Nobel Prize winner Arthur Harden discovered NADH
In 1935, the functional study of NADH was officially started
In 1987, NADH began clinical treatment
In 1994, Professor George Birkmeier developed the “stable NADH”
In the 21st century, NADH has been widely used in sub-health, aging, cancer prevention and other research fields
In 2015, the highly stable NADH dietary supplement entered the Chinese market
Functions of NADH:
1. Boost your energy levels
NADH is not only an important coenzyme in aerobic respiration, it also carries a large amount of energy. NADH supplementation helps restore strength and increase appetite. Increased brain energy levels from NADH also help improve mental state and sleep quality.
2. Protect your cells
NADH is a powerful antioxidant that occurs naturally in cells. NADH can react with free radicals, inhibit lipid peroxidation, and protect mitochondrial membrane and mitochondrial function.
3. Promotes the production of neurotransmitters
Studies have shown that NADH significantly boosts the production of the neurotransmitter dopamine, which is a response to short-term memory, and without enough dopamine, muscles can become stiff. NADH also promotes the biosynthesis of norepinephrine and serotonin, showing promising application potential in alleviating depression and Alzheimer’s disease.
Is NADH safe?
Yes, NADH has been tested for animal toxicity in rats and dogs, even at high concentrations, NADH has no toxicity or side effects, and NADH is approved as a nutritional product. As a dietary supplement.
When it comes to anti-aging, NMN seems to be on par with NADH, so what’s the difference between NADH and NMN?
As we all know, the anti-aging mechanism of NMN is actually closely related to NAD+. As an important coenzyme of human cells, NAD+ is involved in many metabolic processes such as cell energy and mitochondrial health.
A large number of scientific studies have shown that increasing the level of NAD+ can delay aging, improve sleep quality, enhance immunity, etc., and significantly improve multi-organ function, including heart function and skeletal muscle function. In addition, it is also involved in DNA repair in cells, and has a position that cannot be ignored in human health and aging.
Therefore, supplementing NAD+ is the essence of anti-aging. As a prerequisite substance for NAD+, NMN can significantly improve the level of NAD+, and is a direct, rapid and effective way to supplement NAD+.
When is the best time to replenish NADH? and how long do you need to take it at first?
The best time to take NADH is in the morning, 30 minutes before breakfast. If you need more energy in the afternoon or evening, you can also take another tablet. For normal healthy people, continuous use for a month, you can feel the body’s energy is improved, health will also be improved. It is generally recommended to take it for at least one month continuously, and in general, for 8 weeks continuously, you can feel a relatively significant improvement in your physical state.