What is NADH?

NADH is the abbreviation for nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide hydride. In other words, NADH is the biological hydrogen. It reacts with the oxygen present in each cell and produces energy and water.

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What is NADH made of?

NADH is derived from yeast containing very high levels of the oxidized form of NADH, namely NAD+. This NAD+ is then enzymatically converted to NADH. NADH is 99.9% pure and contains no trace of yeast.

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What is the difference between NADH RAPID ENERGY and NADH CONSTANT ENERGY?

NADH RAPID ENERGY is a lozenge that is best placed under the tongue where it dissolves within 1-2 minutes. The energy-boosting effect of NADH RAPID ENERGY can be detected after 15 minutes with several medical-technical devices.

NADH CONSTANT ENERGY is a "swallowing tablet" to be taken with a glass of water on an empty stomach. The NADH in this tablet is then absorbed in the intestine. Therefore,
the onset of action can only be observed after 1-1½ hours. Both products contain 20 mg NADH per tablet.

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