NADH + CoQ10 - Our bodies produce energy from the food we eat in a process called cellular respiration. The energy produced is called ATP, and the byproducts are water and carbon dioxide. NADH + CoQ10 are required coenzymes of cellular respiration, without which, energy production or life could not exist. As we grow old, both NADH and CoQ10 are slowly diminished, and so does our stamina, energy levels and vitality. Supplemental NADH + CoQ10 can help improve energy levels, boost stamina and endurance, whether you are old, young or a seasoned athlete.
During the first part of cellular respiration called glycolysis, two molecules of NAD+ is borrowed to store the energy extracted from molecules glucose (sugar) and is stored as NADH. This makes NADH a form of stored-energy that is charged with two high-energy electrons. Later in the process, near the final stage of cellular respiration, known as the electron transport chain, NADH will pass those energy rich electrons to CoQ10. Finally, ATP is produced, which is the energy currency of every living cell.
When we supplement NADH + CoQ10 the stored energy is released, and we may feel energized and mentally focused. However, after releasing its energy electrons and hydrogen (H), each molecule of NADH is transformed or oxidized into a molecule of NAD+.This makes supplemental NADH essentially an NAD+ donor, delivering real anti-aging benefits. The newly acquired NAD+ can now be used to do vital work, like improving metabolic function, repair broken DNA strands and regulate gene expression. Adequate CoQ10 is required for efficiency and is needed to receive the electrons donated by NADH. This helps to limit the formation of excessive super-oxide radicals and subsequent peroxides that can damage DNA and slowdown ATP energy output.
Supplementing NADH + CoQ10 delivers a natural source of energy without the use of harmful stimulants. Over time, the pool of NADH + CoQ10 levels improve and so will basal energy levels. No Gimmicks Just Science.
2017 Study on Immune Support - In conclusion, vitamin C, vitamin E, and NADH supplementation improved T-lymphocytes response in the elderly, and could contribute to the prevention of age-related immune alterations.
2015 NADH + CoQ10 Human Study - Does Oral Coenzyme Q10 Plus NADH Supplementation Improve Fatigue and Biochemical Parameters in ..?
2016 NADH + CoQ10 Human Study - Effect of coenzyme Q10 plus nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide supplementation on maximum heart rate after exercise testing in ....... – A randomized, controlled, double-blind trial