The AGE Pill contains ingredients that support the body to boost NAD levels. NAD is a coenzyme naturally present in the body which declines as we AGE. It controls the electrical energy that is inside your cells. For the AGE Pill to be effective you need adequate levels of Folic Acid (B9) in your body. Most people have adequate levels but some people do not.
Some people after taking the AGE Pill start to feel tired and fatigued. This is not normal. Please read the following to understand why this happens and what you can do. This post was shared by the creator of the AGE Pill.
FROM the the AGE Pill product Inventor and Scientist.
To increase the amount of NAD it has to be converted to another compound called ATP and that requires a methyl a donor that’s a compound you can find it in dark green vegetables, broccoli, spinach, avocados things like that.
If you don’t have enough in your system all of the NAD will be exhausted which means there will not be enough to be converted down the cycle into ATP. (eg you wont get good results with the AGE Pill).
So if you are having any of that tiredness or fatigue when starting the AGE Pill, do one or two things start eating spinach, broccoli (dark green leafy vegetables), avocados so you can get more within your system. If that is not enough to get it up you can go to the store you buy something that’s got a methyl donor in it.
Loose methylfolate (also referred to activated B9) once inexpensive and it can work for you and do a good job. It not folic acid it’s methylfolate so make sure that you get it right one. If your energy is not adequate, and you need stamina as you are someone who is too aged or on a poor diet that is low in dark green leafy vegetables such as asparagus, avocados broccoli etc. You need to support the demand of the AGE pill by getting a fully active folate (B9). Fully active folate provided MTHF (5-methyltetrahydrofolate) the folate form most directly required for DNA regulation and other fundamental metabolic processes.
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Last Updated on March 27, 2023 by Katie Sisel Distributor