NAD+ plays an essential role in cellular processes that protect us from ageing and disease. But as we age, our NAD+ levels decrease. Through breakthrough scientific innovation, it is now possible to replenish and maintain youthful NAD+ levels.


NAD+ is found in every cell of your body.

NAD+, or nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, is a coenzyme that naturally occurs in the cells of all living organisms, from fruit flies to humans. Mitochondria‒the energy generators of cells‒require NAD+ to function well. NAD+ also helps convert nutrients from the foods you eat into energy and plays a crucial role in maintaining DNA health and regulating cellular function. These processes work together to lessen the effects of ageing and disease on your body.


Increasing NAD+ shows promise for extending healthspan and lifespan.

As you age, your NAD+ levels decrease dramatically, increasing the likelihood of faster ageing, heart disease, metabolic disorders, such as diabetes, neurodegenerative conditions, such as Alzheimer’s disease, and other age-related diseases.

Now, the good news: Replenishing NAD+ levels with precursors, such as NMN (nicotinamide mononucleotide), has demonstrated long-term health benefits. The effect shows promise for reversing age-related diseases, and increasing lifespan and healthspan—the number of healthy, disease-free years of your life.


NAD+ has been one of the most researched molecules in biology and medicine ever since its discovery in 1906, and in recent years, scientists have explored increasing NAD+ levels with supplements. Here’s the abbreviated history of NAD+.


NAD+ is essential for all your cellular processes.

NAD+ works as a shuttle bus within your cells, transferring electrons from one molecule to another to perform various reactions and processes. For example, NAD+ is particularly important for energy generation.

NAD+ also serves as fuel to activate sirtuins, a family of proteins connected to healthy ageing and longevity. Sirtuins use NAD+ to regulate metabolism, maintain genomic stability, and repair damaged DNA.


It is now possible to replenish and maintain youthful NAD+ levels.


Prevent and repair the hallmarks of ageing with this powerful combo

Get the best of both NAD+ supporting supplements. The Booster and the NMN are a powerful duo of high-quality, bioavailable ingredients that target diverse mechanisms of ageing at the cellular level, leaving you feeling more energized, youthful, and vibrant. Our NMN capsule contains 250 mg of Uthever® NMN, and our Booster combines 400 mg of active ingredients, including resveratrol, betaine, and more.

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