NAD+ Triple Boost for 3X The Anti-Aging Effect
If you’re starting to feel your age, that fatigue, stiffness, and brain fog likely have their roots in your plummeting NAD+ levels. NAD+ is used in over 400 metabolic processes and is so critical to life that without it you would die. Unfortunately, we produce about 1% less of this vital molecule with each passing year, which means that by age 50 you have half the NAD+ you did when you were born.
This decrease in NAD+ levels is highly correlated with the functional decline seen in aging, like fatigue, weakness, and never being able to find the word you’re looking for.
This is where NAD Triple Boost comes in.
The difference between Triple Boost and other NAD+ boosters is that Triple Boost works in 3 distinct ways, effectively turning a one-lane NAD+ road into a 3-lane energy-boosting superhighway. Let’s talk about why that matters, and what you can expect from taking NAD Triple Boost.
What is NAD+ Triple Boost?
NAD+ Triple Boost is a powerful, patent-pending formula designed to support cellular energy and counteract the effects of aging. It features a blend of ingredients, including the clinically effective Niagen® form of nicotinamide riboside, apigenin, essential B-vitamins, and the amino acid tryptophan. These ingredients work synergistically to increase NAD+ production while protecting it from being broken down before your body can even use it.
- Niagen® (nicotinamide riboside): Niagen® is a precursor to NAD+, directly contributing to the increase of NAD+ levels within the body through the Salvadge Pathway. NR is only one conversion step away from NAD+, so your body has to do very little work to activate it into this necessary molecule.
- Apigenin: Apigenin protects NAD+ against destruction through the CD38 enzyme. CD38 becomes more active as we age, destroying critical NAD+ that our cells need for metabolism and repair. With apigenin, your NAD+ stores can remain at higher levels for an extended time, fueling everything from your grocery run to your next marathon.
- Tryptophan: Tryptophan uses the De Novo Synthesis Pathway, a process which then converts it into biologically useful NAD+. Some researchers believe that simply supplementing with NAD+ precursors does not contribute to sustained health, and suggest that supporting cellular NAD+ synthesis in this way can lead to slower aging and fewer age-related issues, like cardiovascular or cognitive impairment.
- B-Vitamins: Niacin, vitamin B3, is converted through the Preiss-Handler Pathway to biologically active NAD+. Other B-vitamins, such as methylcobalamin (the biologically active form of vitamin B-12), support healthy methylation, aiding in the production of SAMe, a key methyl donor that participates in methylation reactions throughout the body to promote a more youthful epigenetic profile.
Restoring Youthful Function with a 3X NAD+ Boost
As we age, our NAD+ levels dramatically decline, leading to fatigue and cellular dysfunction. Boosting NAD+ with NAD Triple Boost presents a new and effective strategy for slowing the natural decline in cellular energy as we age by promoting youthful vitality.
Many aging experts agree that the age-related decline in NAD+ is one of the main drivers of the aging process itself, and is linked to the loss of function experienced in advancing age. NAD Triple Boost enhances NAD+ levels through the three main NAD+ pathways: the Preiss-Handler Pathway, the Salvage Pathway, and De Novo Synthesis. By utilizing all three of these pathways, you can experience a 3X boost in NAD+ to triple your rejuvenation potential and feel like a younger you.
The Longevity Benefits of NAD+ Triple Boost
Promotes Lifespan AND Healthspan
NAD Triple Boost promotes longevity by increasing NAD+ levels in three critical ways. By enhancing NAD+ production, recycling, and circulation, NAD Triple Boost helps your body create and use energy more effectively, which helps you feel stronger, smarter, and more energetic no matter how many birthdays you’ve had.
Youthful Cellular Health
The NAD+ molecule interacts with the sirtuin family of repair enzymes, known as “longevity genes,” for DNA repair. By boosting NAD+ levels, NAD Triple Boost facilitates more effective DNA repair, which is essential in countering the age-related decline of critical systems like cardiovascular and cognitive function.
Protects Heart Health
Maintaining healthy NAD+ levels can protect the heart from the damage that occurs through aging. Research shows that NAD+ enhances heart health by reducing the stiffness of the aorta, the largest artery in the human body. It can also promote lipid balance and support endothelial integrity.
Supports Brain Health and Cognitive Function
Low levels of NAD+ are correlated with neurodegeneration and cognitive impairment. By maintaining NAD+ levels at more youthful levels, NAD Triple Boost can help you preserve your sharp thinking, memory, and neuroplasticity. So go ahead, start learning Japanese or playing the violin!
Supports Healthy Methylation
The methylation process is a fundamental biochemical process within the body that plays roles in neurotransmitter production, detoxification, liver function, and longevity. Methylation is one of the factors involved in epigenetic age profiling, and methylation patterns are a target of emerging longevity therapies. NAD Triple Boost supports healthy methylation patterns by aiding in the production of SAMe, a key methyl donor that participates in methylation reactions throughout the body.
NAD+ and Age-Related Degeneration
Aging is accompanied by a noticeable increase in fatigue and loss of motivation. These visceral sensations are clues to the decline in deeper functions of our cells and organs. NAD+ is a cellular compound found in every cell in the body and is essential to life. As NAD+ levels decline, mitochondrial function is impaired, resulting in fewer mitochondria surviving, decreased energy production, and impaired cellular communication. This vicious cycle of mitochondrial depletion results in many of the physical symptoms of aging. NAD Triple Boost, with NAD+ precursors, raw materials for cells to make more NAD+, and protective compounds that enhance its duration of effect can help to mitigate this loss of NAD+ and bring back feelings of energy, creativity, joy, and excitement for life.
More NAD+ Means More Sirtuin Activity
NAD+ is an essential cofactor of key enzymes called sirtuins, which are also called “longevity genes.” Sirtuins, specifically SIRT1 and SIRT3, are intimately related to longevity through their control of gene expression and require NAD+ for their activity. By activating these sirtuins through supported NAD+ production, we can gain greater control over one of our body's anti-aging "switches."
With its potent and exclusive blend of ingredients, NAD Triple Boost offers a comprehensive approach to support cellular energy, promote longevity, and combat age-related decline. It's a unique formula that works to protect the youthful function of cells by enhancing NAD+ through three distinct pathways, making it a valuable addition to your well-rounded longevity program.
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