How Does NAD Boost Immunity?
NAD (Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) is a protein that is found in the blood and it plays an important role in maintaining healthy immune system. The main function of NAD is to protect the body from harmful substances like bacteria, viruses and other pathogens.
The basic principle behind NAD is to prevent the formation of antibodies against foreign invaders. This prevents the spread to other organs such as the brain, kidneys and liver. NAD also protects the cells from damage and infection by protecting them from damaging chemicals.
The most common type of NAD present in our bodies is called beta-glucan. Beta-glucan occurs when the body’s own antigen levels are low or too high. Beta-glucan is a protein that has been found to be involved in many immune functions. It is found to be important for the immune system to fight off infections and diseases.
NAD comes in many other forms, each of which are uniquely tailored to keep us happy and healthy. In fact, most metabolic reactions involve NAD in some form. It is estimated that there are over 100 different types of NAD present in our bodies. The main type of NAD is found in the blood. It is found in the red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets and lymphatic vessels in the body. These are all vital cells that are responsible for maintaining a healthy body.
For many, NAD treatment is immensely beneficial, as it boosts the body’s natural disease-fighting and healing processes. For this reason, RecoverUs regularly employs NAD as part of its treatment. Not only does this leave patients more energetic and with a boosted immunity, but also aids in the healing and recovery process.
If you are looking for more proactive steps for your immune health, contact RecoverUs Centers by calling 1-618-519-9444 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance