NADH is a substance that occurs naturally in the body. It is also known as coenzyme number 1, i.e. the most important coenzyme. Every cell of the human body contains a certain amount of N.A.D.H. As a natural energy transfer molecule, it is of crucial importance for the transformation of food-based energy into cell exploitable energy. NADH is now available as a food additive that supports the body's own energy metabolism on the basis of the transfer of biological energy.
N.A.D.H. is involved in more than 1,000 metabolic processes. The hydride, a special variety of hydrogen with spare electrons, is its actual energy transmitter. Without a sufficient quantity of N.A.D.H. in the body, the cell suffers from an energy deficit.
To store and spend energy, every cell disposes of adenosine tri-phosphate or ATP for short. ATP is a chemically stored energy. NADH promotes the production of greater amounts of ATP. The larger the amount of ATP available to a cell, the better it is to be able to perform.