WHAT'S IN IT AND WHAT DOES IT DO?
TruNiagen aka Nicotinamide Riboside Chloride. What??? Trust me, now that you have seen it and heard it you will see it everywhere, even if you can’t pronounce it. It’s the most exciting thing to this market space since Benjamin Button. Sarah Berry, lifestyle and health writer at the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, titled her piece on it “Could the ‘fountain of youth’ molecule reverse your ageing”. But what does it do? It raises the levels of NAD+, coenzymes found in all living cells. See below for more info.
Coenzyme Q10 is most commonly used for its cardio health benefits. It’s also popular for reducing the occurrence of mild migraines and is a powerful antioxidant that protects all tissues, especially the energy-producing mitochondria inside cells. Cool, isn’t it?
Reishi is traditionally used in Chinese medicine as a longevity tonic and for boosting your qi. A popular immune tonic and often used for symptoms on fatigue, low vitality and to support mental well-being.
Milk thistle is a liver and gallbladder tonic used to protect the liver and enhance its function. High in antioxidants, it works as a natural detoxifier and also promotes kidney health.
Siberian Ginseng is used to prevent colds and flu. In Western herbal tradition it was used to increase energy, longevity and vitality. We use it today because of its ability to improve cognitive function and to relieve symptoms of fatigue, weakness and exhaustion.
Curcumin is the active component in Turmeric and has antioxidant, antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties. It also reduces free radicals formed in the body and supports healthy digestive function.