The NAD+ “Brain Reboot” IV Infusion Cocktail 

NAD+ is an essential metabolite for all living cells. It’s an important co-factor inside the mitochondria, “the powerhouses inside our cells”. Ageing, exposure to various toxins (e.g. alcohol and cigarettes), sedentary lifestyle and eating junk food can result in a significant decline in NAD+ levels causing various health problems and accelerating the ageing process.

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NAD+ LEVELS DECREASE WITH AGE

With ageing, our bodies produce less NAD+ which reduces the mitochondrialfunction.

This reduces the energy production (ATP) which can be the cause of several pathologies and addicitions

Conclusion: As we age, declining NAD+ is a key contributor to illness, disease and deteriorating health

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Low NAD+ levels

Impact of a low NAD+ level

Low NAD+ levels impair mitochondria function and are implicated inhealth problems such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease, immune problems, stress processes including obesity and perhaps even aging itself.

Maintaining a high level of constitutive NAD+ in the body is critical for maintaining health and functionality, for averting or reversing a number of deleterious disease phenomena, for energy and vitality, and possibly for extending life spans in

We lose up to 50% of our NAD+ as we age

The 2013 study by Dr Sinclair at Harvard is explained in this video below:

Potential Benefits of The NAD+ “Brain Reboot” IV Infusion

  • Overall detox
  • Mental Clarity
  • Healthy ageing
  • Energy booster
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Improves endurance
  • Improves metabolism
  • Neuro protection
  • Cardiovascular health
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Treatment & prices of Brain Reboot NAD+ IV Infusion

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I Got a ‘Brain Reboot Infusion’, the £500 Injection That Can Supposedly Change Your World

NAD+ therapy can supposedly increase your energy, focus and metabolism, improve your cardiovascular health and help you detox from drink and drugs. All this, of course, sounds incredibly unlikely – so I thought I’d see for myself…