Anti-aging researchers have identified many biomarkers that change with age and that correlate with declining health. Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD+) is among the most important of these.
NAD+ is emerging as a central player underlying much of the physiological decline associated with human aging. This is most directly due to its central role in mitochondrial vitality, and more indirectly to its vast role as a signaling molecule; NAD+ coordinates multiple aspects of metabolism and homeostasis.
Depletion of NAD+ negatively impacts a vast array of bodily functions, resulting in limited vitality and longevity. The best way to build NAD+ levels in aging populations is by supplementing with direct precursors, Nicotinamide Riboside (NR) and Nicotinamide Mononucleotide (NMN).
In this webinar, Christopher Shade, PhD, will discuss the clinical use of these precursors, their relationship with sirtuin-activating compounds and other methylation-support supplements, and the application of nano-liposomal delivery systems for efficient uptake.
- 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
Sponsred by QUICKSILVER SCIENTIFIC
Christopher Shade, PhD, is founder and CEO of Quicksilver Scientific, Dr. Shade’s vast depth and breadth of knowledge, passion for healing, and intuitive understanding of chemistry and biology are reflected in Quicksilver Scientific’s well-designed detoxification protocols, unique supplement delivery systems, and patented mercury speciation test.
Dr. Shade earned his PhD from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and his undergraduate degree in Environmental Chemistry is from Lehigh University. He has lectured and trained doctors worldwide on the subject of mercury, heavy metals, and the human detoxification system. Dr. Shade’s current focus is on the development of cutting-edge, lipid-based delivery systems for nutraceuticals .