The History of NAD
Scientists identified NAD, Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide, over a century ago. This coenzyme exists in all living cells in two forms: NAD+ and NADH. The difference between the two forms relates to electron transfer. NAD+ accepts electrons as an oxidizing agent. Once acquired, it becomes NADH and can donate electrons.
NAD+ is vital for healthy organs and a healthy neurological system. While scientists know NAD+ performs these essential functions in our bodies, there’s much more to learn about the important role of NAD+ for health. One thing we know is NAD+ therapy helps the body function better for improved health.