NAD+ Nasal Spray


We’re excited to introduce a new type of product: NAD+ Nasal Spray. NAD+ cannot be utlized through ingestion, making nasal spray the most convenient and effective way of absorbing NAD+. This product is also the introduction of MITOS, our brand for non-CBD products that are geared towards mitigating the effects of aging.

NAD stands for Nicotineamide Adenine Dinucleotide. It is a molecule that reacts with oxygen in the mitochondria to make cellular energy. NAD naturally occurs in the body, and is responsible for regulating a substantial amount of biochemical functions with the cell. Some of these processes include DNA repair, creation of cellular energy, strengthening the immune system, and improving the utilization of nutrients.

As we age, natural levels of NAD within the body begin to dwindle. By supplementing your own natural store of NAD as you age, you can retain youthful energy levels both mentally and physically. Try some today to experience all the benefits it has to offer!

NAD+ itself can directly regulate circadian rhythm through the activation of sirtuins.[32] [33] Thus, NAD+ is extensively involved in the regulation of the circadian clock, which, when functioning properly, helps maintain homeostasis and health. With this information practitioners have derived protocols in which NAD is used to regulate circadian rhythms through its use in the morning upon awakening and in the evening before bedtime.

Precursors to NAD such as nicotinamide riboside and nicotinamide mononucleotide can be taken to augment the bodies own production of NAD. This is usually done because the precursors can be ingested but now you do not have to settle you can skip right to the real thing, NAD itself. With our NAD+ Nasal Spray you get the best absorption via intranasal, smaller doses are needed for superior absorption. Get better distribution through tissues, quicker absorption and the maximum effect without NAD Nasal Spray.

Read More about NAD and Circadian Rhythms

The circadian clock: a framework linking metabolism, epigenetics and neuronal function

“Clocks” in the NAD World: NAD as a metabolic oscillator for the regulation of metabolism and aging.

Read more about NAD+ here.

Replenishing falling levels of NAD+ may be a strategy for reducing some symptoms of aging

Rhonda Patrick features this amazingly informative article on her site

“Numerous animal and human studies have shown that increasing NAD+, either through dietary intake of a precursor or via direct supplementation, may be useful in preventing or reversing age-related disease.”

“Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) is a cofactor – a molecule that assists enzymes in chemical reactions – that plays an essential role in multiple physiological processes such as energy metabolism, DNA repair, and immune activation. It is essential for the activity of sirtuins, a class of enzymes involved in longevity, and poly ADP-ribose polymerase (PARP), a family of DNA-repair enzymes. Cellular NAD+ production declines with age, however, and its depletion has been implicated in the onset and progression of multiple age-related conditions such as metabolic dysregulation and neurodegenerative disease.”

NAD+ is critical for energy generation within cells

 NADthplus Metabolism and the Control of Energy Homeostasis: A Balancing Act between Mitochondria and the Nucleus Cell Metabolism 22, no. 1 (July 2015): 31–53.

NAD+ depletion has been associated with the hallmarks of aging, such as decreased autophagy, increased DNA damage, increased mitochondrial dysfunction, and dysregulated nutrient sensing.[3] Depletion of NAD+ may predispose organisms to the development of a variety of age-related diseases including neurodegenerative diseases, metabolic diseases, and cancer.[7] NAD+ levels have been shown to decrease with age in multiple species, including humans.

A Deeply informative article from Rhonda Patrick on her site

5 minute clip of Rhonda Patrick interviewing researcher Dr. Eric Verdin

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