Our Hero Ingredient
Our hero ingredient is nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN) an organic, naturally occurring rare form of vitamin B3. NMN is naturally converted to NAD by all cells. NMN gives dog’s NAD levels a boost compensating for the decline that occurs as they age.
What is NAD?
Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) is a naturally occurring small molecule that is found in every living cell. It helps promote many metabolic functions necessary for dog’s survival, such as converting nutrients into energy and promoting healthy aging by controlling enzymes. It ensures strong communication between cells so your dog is energized for daily function.
How does NAD indicate age?
When dogs are young, their NAD levels are high. As dogs age, NAD levels naturally decline. Lower NAD levels cause many old-age related symptoms - lack of energy, minor aches and pains, and memory loss.
How does it work?
Nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN) gives your dog “NAD maker” a natural nudge. NMN precedes NAD in the energy-making metabolic pathway.
NMN → NAD → NADH → ATP (energy). A dog’s body converts NMN it into NAD, making it able to harness the energy from the glucose and fatty acids dogs consume and support the synthesis of ATP through cellular respiration.
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If NAD is already in every cell, what is the point of Young Fido? Well, dogs begin life with having an abundance of NAD in every cell. As they age, this level begins to drop rapidly which causes the loss of energy and body decline. That’s why you might want Young Fido.