NAD+ is a key co-enzyme that the mitochondria in every cell of our bodies depend on to fuel all basic functions.
NAD+ play a key role in communicating between our cells nucleus and the Mitochondria that power all activity in our cells.
Scientists have now confirmed a direct link between falling NAD+ levels and aging in both animal and in human subjects.
As we age, our bodies produce less NAD+ and the communication between the Mitochondria and cell nucleus is impaired.
Over time, decreasing NAD+ impairs the cell’s ability to make energy, which leads to aging and disease and perhaps even the key factor in why we age.