NAD+ is an important target to extend lifespan and health span.
As we age, our vitality declines as cells can no longer produce the energy of youth.
An essential co-factor required for cellular energy transfer is NAD+, which plays a critical role in regulating the rate at which we biologically age.
In a 2017 NAD Harvard study, scientists subjected two-year-old mice cells to NAD therapy. After therapy, the cells resembled those of six-month-old mice. In terms of human years, this would be the equivalent of sixty-year-old cells resembling twenty-year-old cells.