NAD+ PATCH - SCIENCE & RESEARCH

Background & History

  • Discovered by Nobel Prize-winning British biochemists in 1906 

  • The availability of NAD+ has shown to promote DNA health and repair

  • NAD+ is required to deactivate genes that accelerate aging

  • Unfortunately, scientific studies show that NAD+ levels  decline significantly with age

  • Historically the most effective way to boost NAD+ was through expensive injections; pills have been shown to be less effective

  • The NAD+ patch is a new method of delivery that is effective, less expensive and more convenient than other treatments

Longevity Benefits

  • Promotes cellular energy production 

  • Supports DNA health and repair

  • Required to “turn off” genes that accelerate degenerative aging processes

How it works on a cellular level in relation to aging

Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) is an important cofactor in all living cells, involved in fundamental biological processes including metabolism, cell signalling, gene expression, DNA repair, and more.

 

Systemic NAD+ decline is one of the fundamental molecular events that negatively impacts the process of aging, potentially limiting lifespan.

  • NAD+ is required for energy production through metabolism, and helps turn nutrients into energy - without NAD+, we cannot make energy. 

  • NAD+ is required for energy production in every tissue, including the brain, immune cells, muscles, and more.

  • It is a required “helper” molecule for proteins that regulate other cellular functions.

  • Availability of NAD+ in the body promotes DNA repair, while NAD+ decline is associated with accumulation of DNA damage.

  • NAD+ levels decrease across multiple types of tissues with age, a factor associated with many hallmarks of aging.

RESEARCH & STUDIES

"They focused on an intriguing compound with anti-aging properties called NAD+...It's been known that younger mice had more of it than older mice and back in 2013, the researchers found that when they boosted the NAD+ levels in older mice, they looked, biologically, like much younger animals." - TIME

Harvard Medical School Study Show NAD+ Boosting in Mice Decreased Aging

Longevity

When NAD+ levels rise, Sirtuins are activated. Sirtuins are enzymes that influence aging and longevity. They regulate a variety of metabolic processes, including the release of insulin, stress response, and modulation of lifespan.

The David Sinclair lab at Harvard Medical school has done extensive research into the benefits of NAD+ on aging and age related-diseases. Read the Studies

Source: Improving Health Through NAD+ Boosting - The Sinclair Lab

DNA Repair

When damaged, DNA activates an enzyme known as PARP-1 that carries out DNA repair within cells. NAD+ is required for PARP-1 to be activated.

PARP-1 activity correlates with maximum lifespan in mammals. The higher the PARP-1 activity, the longer the lifespan.  Read Full Study

Cells from centenarians (people who are at least 100 years old) show significantly higher PARP-1 activity levels than those of average 70 year olds. 

SAFETY INFORMATION

  • Since extra niacinamide needs to be methylated in order to be excreted, there is a theoretical need for extra methyl donors when using NAD+. We recommend using trimethylglycine (TMG also known as betaine), 500 to 1000mg, either daily, or at least on the days when the NAD+ patch is used. TMG is easily obtainable on Amazon or any other vitamin retailer.

PURCHASE NAD+ PATCH

  1. Complete medical intake form

  2. Receive medical approval (or follow-up)

  3. Get medication shipped to your door

Purchase Process

Starting at - $145 for 6 Patches / Weeks

* Prescription products require an online consultation with a physician who will determine if a prescription is appropriate. See above for important safety information. Benefits outlined on agelessrx.com are based on 3rd party studies. NAD+ Patches are offered as a subscription service you can cancel at any time.

If you are interested in a prescription product, AgelessRx will assist in setting up a visit for you with a licensed physician, who will evaluate whether or not you are an appropriate candidate for the prescription product. If appropriate, may write you a prescription for the product which you can fill at the pharmacy of your choice.