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What is NAD?
Aging

What is NAD?

NAD stands for "nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD)". This chemical occurs naturally in the body and plays a role in the chemical process that generates energy,

NAD was discovered over a hundred years ago by scientists studying fermentation. It’s levels have been shown to decline during chronological aging and this decline is both a consequence of the aging process and also a contributor to the development of age-related cellular dysfunction.

NAD+ plays a vital role in cellular health, metabolic and neuro-protection plus circadian rhythms which can all contribute to greater longevity.

This is the reason why so many people are keen to boost their NAD+ levels.

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What is Collagen?
Aging

What is Collagen?

Collagen is a naturally occurring protein, which helps support skin elasticity, joint and muscle health. Our body naturally produces collagen throughout time and that’s what helps us look young an...

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How much NMN should I take? Well here is the answer…
NMN

How much NMN should I take? Well here is the answer…

A question we are often asked at Charava is “How much NMN should I take?” So let’s examine how much NMN is best for you to take based on your age.  Your hormone production is directly responsible ...

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