The One Supplement That Time Magazine Says You Should Take

June 11, 2018

The One Supplement Time Magazine Says you Should Take


 ReferencesTime MagazineNatureOzone TherapyWikipediaScienceScience DailyElysium Health,

 If you make the cover of Time Magazine, you must have caught someone's eye. To see Time Magazine grapple with the intricacies of NAD and NADH surprised me, so I had to follow up. Let's see if I can get you to understand this. NAD is a critical cofactor in many functions in your body, most particularly the production of energy. You can get it from the Vitamin called NIACIN, that you have heard about, or you can make it internally by combining tryptophan and aspartic acid (for you chemistry geeks), but you gotta have it. 

And as with everything else, as we get older, we make much, much less of it. In one experiment in aging mice published last year showed that after treatment two-year-old mice looked as healthy as 2 months old mice. In mouse terms, that's an 80-year-old human looking as good as a 10-year-old. Pretty dramatic. Call all this be extended to humans? Well, yes. 

That's what this article was about. A human experiment taking NAD and another cofactor called pterostilbene (commonly known as blueberries) resulted in sustained elevation of the NAD/NADH ratio. It's that ratio that falls apart as we age, leading to fatigue, lack of initiative, brain fog etc. Old age in a nutshell. Placebo folks didn't get any better. Single-dose showed improvement. Double dose showed better improvement. 

 Now, are there other sources of changing that improvement? You bet. This is where it gets really kinky. Almost all medical conditions can be simplified down to the inability to mount enough of an energetic response to fix the problem, so the disease-causing state continues. If more energy could be generated, our bodies had the tools to fix themselves. Hence, as we age we make less energy and get more nasty diseases. 

This is the theory espoused by the ozone crowd.  So guess what happens when you give ozone given to you IV? (Can't have it in your lungs as pulmonary ozone is a deadly toxin on your delicate lungs.) But you can have it in blood and then given back to you. Well, the same thing as above. You change the balance of NAD/NADH dramatically in the direction of making more energy, restoring yourself to a much more youthful state. Ozone and its effect on the NAD/NADH ratio has been talked about for decades now. It's nice to see Time Magazine catching up. But ozone has a real, measurable, energy-enhancing effect when given by IV. 

www.What Will Work for me. Well, I can take Niacin and eat blueberries all by myself. Or I can take a pill that made Time Magazine from Elysium Health called Basis. (It has NAD+ and pterostilbene in it.) I suspect there will be a medical test coming soon that can measure your NAD/NADH ratio. In a research lab, you want it to be 700/1. If you are over 50, it's likely 30-60% less. I suspect you may feel that you are 30-60% off your game. Look up Elysium Health and give it a try. As for me, I just finished a bowl of blueberries. 

 Pop Quiz

  1. The ideal ratio of NAD to NADH should be?                   Answer: 700/1
  2. Pterostilbene is a potent antioxidant derived from?                     Answer: Blueberries
  3. As we age, our ability to make NAD from NADH does what?          Answer: Plummets
  4. If you read the Science experiment, the people getting the "BASIS" showed what in their blood?                                                                                                        Answer: More NAD
  5. Has this strategy been proven to make folks live longer?                Answer: Nope. Not yet. But it is really interesting, and it's safe, as best we know. So, not a bad experiment if you have $ 50 bucks floating around.