Leading NADH formula
- Boosts energy by improving mitochondrial function in the cells
- With niacin - an efficient NAD booster
- Slow-release formula for optimum uptake and utilization in the body
- Contains NADH and vitamin B3 which contributes to the body's energy-yielding metabolism and the reduction of tiredness and fatigue
- Supports normal psychological functions
- Optimized formulation based on scientific research1
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|3 tablets contain:||% RDA*|
* RDA: Recommended Dietary Allowance
**NRV not established.
1 tablet 2 times per day for the first week, then 1 tablet 3 times per day, if needed to further support the reduction of tirednes and fatigue. To be taken with meals, or as directed by a health professional.
Do not exceed recommended amount.
Nutritional supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet and a healthy lifestyle.
Pregnant and lactating women and those on medication should seek professional advice prior to taking supplements.
Bulking agent: Hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose, Microcrystaline cellulose
Niacin (Nicotinamide, Nicotinic acid)
Anti-caking agent: Magnesium salts of fatty acids
Room temperature and out of direct sunlight.
Keep out of reach of children.
Bio-NADH consists of white tablets, each containing 250 mg of niacin (a precursor of NADH) and 2 mg of NADH. The daily dose is three tablets. The product is developed by Pharma Nord and based on scientific research with this formulation. The tablets are slow release. The content of NADH lies in a special matrix. Upon contact with liquid, the matrix gradually releases the active substances, thereby reducing their contact with gastric acid.
The tablet is based on Finnish research that shows that slow release formulated niacin increases the body's NADH production.
NAD (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) is a compound found within all living cells in the human body. It is classified as a coenzyme, which assists biochemical reactions in the body, for example the metabolism of food into energy (known as cellular respiration).
How does it work?
Nicotinic acid from food and supplements is converted in the body into its main metabolically active form, nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD).
NAD has two main forms: NAD+ (known as the oxidized state) and NADH (known as the reduced state). NAD in either form plays a major role in the citric acid cycle and the electron transport chain that are key steps in respiration that occur in the mitochondria, also known as the cellular powerhouses. It is through this process that the body generates the energy it needs to function. The energy is stored in molecular form as ATP (adenosine triphosphate).
NAD+ is also used by specialist proteins in the cells known as sirtuins which, in turn, play an important role in various biochemical processes and cell functions.
NADH is the energy-rich form that supplies coenzyme Q10 with electrons.
NAD declines with age
NAD is produced in the body in different ways. It can be synthesized either from l-tryptophan (via the de novo synthesis pathway) or from vitamin B3 (nicotinamide or nicotinic acid, via the Preiss handler pathway).
Our natural NAD production declines with age because the two synthesis pathways become less efficient.
B vitamins such as vitamin B3 (niacin) are water-soluble and are generally absorbed comparatively quickly in the gut. Water-soluble nutrients are also lost as a result of diuretics such as caffeine and alcohol and by the use of diuretic medications that increase the body's water excretion. A slow-release formulation helps the compounds enter the blood-stream slowly, thereby allowing for a steady release that prevents excessive losses.