Articles under NADH


  • Tired of Being Tired?

    Tired of Being Tired? According to Dr. Michael Schmidt in his book Tired Of Being Tired, chronic fatigue, tiredness and low energy plague millions of people in the Western world. Indeed, fatigue, chronic tiredness and low energy are the most common reasons which lead people to seek medical care. Dr. Schmidt notes that a 1987 survey found that 24% of adults who visit primary care health clinics "always feel tired" (1). Constant fatigue and low energy are not restricted t...
  • NADH, The Body And Mind Energizer

    NADH, The Body And Mind Energizer NADH is the abbreviation used for Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide, one of the most important coenzymes in the human brain and body. A coenzyme is the active, or working form of a vitamin. NADH is the reduced (electron- energy rich) coenzyme form of vitamin B3, while NAD is the oxidized (burned) coenzyme form of B3. NAD and NADH are converted into each other in numerous different metabolic activities. In some metabolic reactions it is ...
  • Enhancers of Testosterone: Balancers and Blockers of Estrogen: Scientific Information and References

    Enhancers of Testosterone: Balancers and Blockers of Estrogen: Scientific Information and References This article attempts to review some of the myths and misconceptions of testosterone enhancing substances as well as estrogen balancers and blockers. Primarily it looks at various testosterone pro-hormones, including their methods of delivery, as well as known neuroendocrine methods of action and plant extracts.   Phytoandrogen (Prohormone) Formu...
  • Beating Depression, with Alternative Anti-aging Therapies

    Beating Depression, with Alternative Anti-aging Therapies Depression is one of the most widespread illnesses in the Western world, yet it is also one of the most misunderstood and under treated health problems. Approximately 10-14 million people are medically depressed in the U.S. in any given year, yet only one third of depressives receive treatment (1). "Depression is just as socially debilitating as coronary artery disease, and more debilitating than diabetes mellitus or ar...