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Did you know that ageing is a consequence of altered cell function and its structure?

An elderly woman is exercising.

Ageing is associated with a decline in NAD+, a critical coenzyme
present in every living cell.

It is needed for energy production, correction of DNA defects, stability of chromosomes, and regulation of immune and inflammatory processes. It also plays an important role as a neurotransmitter.

Unfortunately, as our bodies age, they produce less and less NAD+.

NAD declining with age

Gut health.

We start talking about a concrete decline after the age of 40. At the age of 50, we have 40% less NAD + than at age of 20. By the age of 80, NAD + levels drop by 98%, leading to cell damage and dysfunction.

As NAD+ levels in cells decline, ageing becomes more apparent and manifests itself as:

  • Decreased brain function.

  • Inflammation in the blood vessels contributes to atherosclerosis and cardiovascular disease.

  • Increased fat storage leads to overweight and obesity. When fat is stored around the liver and other organs, it increases systemic inflammation and contributes to metabolic and cardiovascular diseases.

  • Insulin resistance.

  • Muscle changes include loss of muscle strength, muscle fat deposition, and fatigue.

Senior surfer well aging

Recovery of NAD+ can therefore slow down or stop certain ageing processes and reduce the risk of age-related diseases.

And how to maintain or increase the level of NAD+?


Some ways are more efficient than others, some provide more NAD+, some less. The decision is as always, yours.

However, you can: 

  • Exercise regularly. 

  • Live as a healthy lifestyle as possible.

  • Choose proper healthy food instead of fast food.

  • Get enough sleep.

  • Take dietary supplements such as Starlife supplements. But take care, where they come from!