Elysium Health is Changing the Supplement Industry

The truth is that everybody wants to lead a healthy life, particularly as they age. That is why Dr. Leonard Guarente, director of the Paul F. Glenn Center for Biology of Aging Research at MIT, founded Elysium Health, a company with the primary goal of helping people live healthier, longer through scientific breakthroughs.

Since its conception, Elysium Health has been committed to improving the lives of individuals through proactive health products and has developed a product designed to promote cellular health. The supplement, Basis, has been backed by world-class scientists and reputable higher learning institutions to create a product that meets high-quality standards.

Elysium Health has also carried out clinical trials to determine that Basis can indeed increase NAD+ levels in a safe manner. NAD+ is a coenzyme that contributes to vital bodily functions, such as DNA maintenance, energy creation, and regulating circadian rhythms. However, as people age, the NAD+ levels in the body decrease. This also means that the biological processes that depend on NAD+ can also be affected.

Significant research has proven that Basis helps to improve NAD+ levels.

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Basis is backed more than 25 years of aging research. What is the purpose of Basis and how does it work? Well, Basis is proven to boost NAD+ levels in a human body. It contains two compounds – pterostilbene and nicotinamide riboside.

Pterostilbene is a powerful and bioavailable polyphenol created by plants to protect the body against both internal and external stresses. Nicotinamide riboside, on the other hand, is a NAD+ precursor, which is has been shown in animal models to combat the age-related decline in the NAD+.

Amazingly, Basis is developed without using animal products or artificial colors and flavors. Besides the absence of these ingredients, all the necessary safety precautions are also adhered to in its development.

Elysium Health conducted a study in humans to prove that the supplement helps to enhance the NAD+ levels in the blood safely and sustainably. The study’s findings were published in November 2017 and showed that the test yielded positive results.

The study found that Basis increased and sustained NAD+ levels in the blood by an average of 40 percent in adults who took the daily recommended dose. This highly useful supplement is now on sale under three different plans. You can choose the six months plan at $270 for a larger supply. You could also choose to buy bottles individually for $60. Additionally, you could also enroll in a monthly subscription at $50.

Melissa Thompson writes about a wide range of topics, revealing interesting things we didn’t know before. She is a freelance USA Today producer, and a Technorati contributor.