GlyNAC features glycine and N-acetyl cysteine (NAC), which provide building blocks to help cells make the antioxidant glutathione when it’s needed. Clinical studies have shown that levels of these amino acids decline in our cells as we age. Taking supplements can help to replenish these important precursors for glutathione production.
A study involving UA saw that taking products containing this cellular nutrient for four weeks resulted in improved markers of mitochondrial function and mitophagy (the process of removing dysfunctional mitochondria) in skeletal muscle of healthy older adults.
Meanwhile, NR has been featured in 11 published studies, and has been clinically shown to increase NAD+ (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) levels in as little as two weeks.
When Should I Begin Taking Celltrient?
AACD typically begins in our 40s and accelerates in our 60s. However, AACD is a personal journey, with signs emerging at different times and different rates for everyone.
Celltrient products provide specialized nutrients shown to influence the cellular processes that decline with age to help address key drivers of AACD. We recommend that you speak with your healthcare provider to determine which Celltrient cellular nutrition products are right for you.
How Long Does It Take for Celltrient to Work?
Clinical studies featuring Celltrient cellular nutrition products have focused on daily supplementation. We therefore recommend taking Celltrient daily, with the cellular nutrients becoming available to your cells shortly after you begin your Celltrient journey.
In the clinical trials, changes in markers of cellular health were observed over several weeks or even months. You should take Celltrient cellular nutrition products on a regular basis to help to support your cell’s natural processes over the long term.
It’s also important to bear in mind that everyone’s experience will differ slightly depending on other factors, such as age, diet, exercise habits and overall health.
How Important Are Diet and Exercise Alongside Celltrient?
Exercising regularly promotes better function of your body and your cells, which can help combat the effects of Age-Associated Cellular Decline.
Consuming a balanced diet is also important to help meet the basic nutritional needs of your cells and your body.
However, traditional macro and micronutrients may not be enough to address the declines in cellular processes observed with AACD. Cellular nutrients have been shown to influence the pathways that decline with age and go to work deep inside cells to help renew and restore natural cell processes.
How Does Celltrient Compare to Competitor Products?
We’re extremely proud that Celltrient is the first brand of its kind; we’re the first to provide a range of targeted cellular nutrients, including NR, UA and GlyNAC, designed to address three major mechanisms of AACD.
Can Celltrient Be Used Alongside Other Supplements?
Celltrient can complement other daily vitamins or supplements, but we recommend speaking to your healthcare provider before taking a Celltrient product with any other dietary supplement.
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