Maintaining high NAD+ levels provides the fuel your cells need to repair damage and fight the aging process.
Besides aging, many factors can effect your NAD+ levels in the near term, such as disease, excessive stress, alcohol, jet-lag or sun exposure, insufficient sleep or exercise.
Elimination of as many of these lifestyle factors as possible, combined with supplementation can have a great effect on your NAD+ levels and overall health.
Inflammation and senescent cells are big consumers of NAD+. Supplements that decrease inflammation like Glutathione, Berberine, CaKG, or Curcumin can help to increase NAD+ levels. Likewise, supplements to decrease senescent cells such as Fisetin and Quercetin may also help increase systemic NAD+ levels.
Changes in NAD+ levels can be seen over days or weeks.
NAD+ level is a great measure of metabolic health. Find out if your NAD+ levels are sufficient now, and measure progress as you institute different strategies to fight aging.
Your body has two ages, a chronological age which is how many years you have been on the planet, and biological age, your body’s health risk factor. We measure your biological age.
An epigenetic test measures the dynamic process of methylation in your DNA which is a reliable measure of your biological age.
Changes in methylation occur with aging and can be effected by with changes in your lifestyle or supplementation, but more slowly over a period of months.
Learn how your lifestyle is working by taking the test that is the best measurement of biological aging!