The depletion of Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD+) over time has emerged as a central driver of much of the degenerative decline associated with aging. Depletion of NAD+ can negatively impact a multitude of core biochemical functions that may influence healthspan.
Because NAD+ levels steadily drop with age, the repletion of this vital metabolic cofactor has become a dedicated focus in longevity research, as well as in functional medicine practice.
In this free webinar, Dr. Christopher Shade of Quicksilver Scientific will delve into NAD+’s role in metabolism and homeostasis, the ways it is affected by the aging process, and strategies for successfully supplementing with NAD+ precursors like nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN) to course-correct many aspects of mitochondrial health.
He’ll also look at the benefits of NMN supplementation as it pertains to genome and immune system integrity, brain function and more. You’ll learn about the interconnections between NAD+ and sirtuin activation, as well as the importance of balancing methylation support for optimal longevity effects.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- How and why NAD+ levels decline with age, and how this impacts longevity
- How depletion of NAD+ levels affects energy generation, cognition, inflammatory response, intestinal barrier function, circadian rhythms, and genome integrity
- Why adequate NAD+ levels are required to achieve desired results from intermittent fasting, water fasting, keto diets, and fasting-mimicking diets
- The most effective way to build NAD+ levels through supplementation with liposomal NMN, methylation support, and sirtuin-activating compounds
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