This blog post was sponsored by Tru Niagen. All opinions are my own.
Lately, I’ve been hearing all this buzz about NAD. I didn’t even know what it was. So of course when Tru Niagen approached me to try it for 30 days and share my results, I jumped on the opportunity. Check out my experience.
What is NAD? NAD (or nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) is a vital resource found in all living cells. It’s a coenzyme that is key in cellular metabolism. We use it every day for basic functions like sleeping, breathing, eating, and drinking. But our NAD levels decline over time and under stress. The decline has been associated with changes in health. Tru Niagen is clinically proven to increase your NAD.
Think of Tru Niagen as a vitamin supplement you will take daily. I’ve been taking 2 pills each morning and have noticed a huge increase in my energy level. In fact, I credit this product with helping me conquer my horrible jet lag when I returned from Africa. I was having such a hard time and feeling so sluggish due to the extensive travel time and eight hour time difference. Everyone told me it would take a solid 2-3 weeks to shake the jet lag. I don’t know about you but I don’t have that kind of time to waste. I managed to overcome the jet leg in five short days and I credit my daily dose of Tru Niagen. This is actually a product that I can take on an empty stomach in the morning and it does not upset my digestive system. However, you can take it with food if you want to.
Additionally, this product is vegetarian, gluten-free, nut-free, caffeine-free and has no animal byproducts, no artificial colors or flavors. As far as I can tell, there is no downside.
photo: Audrie Dollins