NADH is present in all living things and is necessary for the production of energy, among other functions. NADH is formed by the body and can be located in both the cytosol and the mitochondria. NADH is an important element of the electron transport chain in the mitochondria. It also acts as an intermediate in the energy conversion of glucose into ATP. NADH functions closely with NAD as well. During the dehydrogenate process, NAD acts as a receptor of hydrogen (forming NADH) which then donates the H to the respiratory chain.
At the time, there are no known interactions that take place between NADH and other drugs/supplements.
There have been no reported side effects from the use of NADH. Please consult a health care professional before use of any drug or supplement and always take recommended dosage.
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