How We Know NAD Declines With Age

This clinical study got scientists thinking about NAD and healthy aging.

 
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The Massudi article from 2012 is often cited when looking at the potential of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) to improve human health as we age. That’s because there’s a lot of promising research around the connection between lower NAD levels and the aging process as a whole.

Here are just a few of the reasons why teams like Massudi’s are interested in the effects of NAD levels on human health:

  • NAD levels decline by up to 50% in human skin tissue between the ages of 40–60
  • NAD depletion may play an important role in the aging process [1]
  • Preclinical studies show a correlation between lower NAD levels and some age-related health conditions
A strong negative correlation was observed between NAD+ levels and age in both males and females.
— Massudi, H., et al., 2012

Read all the science and research surrounding NAD at: AboutNAD.com


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