NAD+ Helps Restore Age-Related Muscle Deterioration
If you don't engage this inner bulldog, you can expect to drop about 15% of your muscle mass between your 30s and 80s, leading to a debilitating condition called sarcopenia.
Several studies have proposed that mitochondrial dysfunction in your motor neurons drive the development of sarcopenia (age-related muscle loss)
Scientists recently discovered that Alzheimer's-like protein aggregates (amyloid beta) underlie the muscle deterioration commonly seen in aging, and that nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) is essential for…
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