This post is sponsored by Tru Niagen.
My recent move and a subsequent uptick in my social life have meant that I’ve been more active than normal lately. I’ve been running around all over London and spending my days and evenings moving furniture and entertaining. It’s been fun, but there’s been high potential for exhaustion. Which is why I’ve partnered with TRU NIAGEN®, which safely increases your cells’ ability to make energy with NAD.
I’ve collaborated with the company to test the product, a unique form of vitamin B3 that replenishes NAD levels. NAD (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) is a vital coenzyme that works in cells and helps them convert food into energy.
Our bodies need NAD for basic things like eating, drinking, sleeping, and breathing. When NAD levels are low, our cells have a harder time producing the energy they need to maintain our health. Things like overeating and drinking too much alcohol reduce our NAD levels.
But increased NAD levels can increase cellular energy and promote cellular repair, two things I’ve needed over the last month as my body and cells have faced ongoing stress. As part of the partnership, I’ve been taking two capsules a day to see how Tru Niagen works for me.
I’m a bit of a sceptic when it comes to nutraceuticals, and I normally believe the power of suggestion is stronger than the power of supplements. But my inner doubter has been put in her place as I’ve watched my increasingly busy life withstand the effects of everything I’ve put it through. Swallowing the capsules can be a bit tricky, but that’s been the only minor challenge.
All my overeating and drinking, all my lifting heavy boxes, and all my late nights haven’t taken their toll on my body like I expected them to. I’ve been impressed by how much energy I’ve had and how I’ve managed to maintain such an active lifestyle without the usual side effects.
I’ll be continuing my trial of Tru Niagen for the next two months and will report back on how things go as my travel schedule ramps up and keeps me busier than ever.
If you want to get some Tru Niagen and see for yourself how it can support your cellular energy, you can learn more about it and get supplements of your own here.
In the meantime, I’ll be off running around London with all the energy I have.
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