The recommended dietary allowance for NAD precursors, such as niacin and nicotinamide, is 14 mg/day for women and 16 mg/day for men. “NAD precursors” are what your cells use to make more NAD. Not getting enough of these precursors can lead to a vitamin deficiency disease called Pellagra, but most balanced diets provide sufficient levels of precursors to avoid this disease.
In recent years, scientists have learned more about NAD and the factors that influence NAD levels. For example, we now know that increasing NAD can mean good things for cellular health. It can kickstart cellular maintenance and repair pathways to help keep cells and their energy-generating machines functioning at their best.
When taken daily, 300 mg of Tru Niagen® boosts NAD levels by 40–50%.
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