NADH = Coenzyme 1
The abbreviation NADH stands for Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide hydride. This long name is difficult to pronounce so NADH is also simply called Coenzyme 1. It is called Coenzyme because NADH is enmeshed with other similar substances in the respiratory cycle.
Available in every cell
NADH occurs in every plant, animal and human cell. It is a completely natural molecule, which we readily absorb from our food.
Works in the mitochondria
The mitochondria in the cells supply the body with energy. In these mitochondria, the NADH reacts with the oxygen we absorb whilst breathing. The universal energy molecule ATP (adenosine triphosphate), which occurs in every cell, is produced in the mitochondria in each cell and serves as the energy carrier and energy storage for the body. In this way, NADH is involved in countless metabolic processes.
Like a small battery
ATP can be thought of as a small battery. The molecule is constantly “consumed” and recharged. Our cells produce roughly our body weight of ATP, every day! The recovery and storage of energy is a central metabolic process that cannot work without NADH. Consequently, NADH has an important physiological function in the human respiratory cycle.
Origin of NADH
The NADH in NADH Vida is obtained in an industrial process from brewer’s yeast and then stabilised. Our product contains the only patented, stabilized and scientifically proven form of NADH. Patent Download
For a normal energy metabolism
NADH Vida contains 20 μg Biotin per tablet. Biotin contributes to a normal energy metabolism.
What are the advantages of NADH Vida?
- Contains stabilized NADH.
- Patented formulation according to the original development of the Austrian discoverer.
- Sublingual tablet for optimal absorption
- With biotin as a contribution to a normal energy metabolism