NADH - "Enada" Described 
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 NADH - "Enada" Described

Hello to all in this group...

Responding to a former post, information on NADH "Enada" was broadcast on
December 1, 2000 by Dr. Tim Johnson, on ABC News.  The piece focused on
taking this supplement for jet lag.  Here is the partial text from:

http://www.***.com/
(Much more information on other effects of this supplement appears at
www.nadh.com )

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Energy Booster

For travelers who need to arrive at their destination ready for action, a
jet-lag pill might be a good solution. The pill is actually an
over-the-counter vitamin B supplement known as NADH and marketed as ENADA.
NADH acts like a spark plug to create energy in cells that may translate
into improved brain functions. Even though it is not a stimulant, it may
affect a person's alertness.

This man is participating in a study testing the efficacy of NADH, a vitamin
supplement that may help travelers prevent jet lag.

In his report, Johnson follows 11 passengers who tested the pill by taking
part in a groundbreaking study - the first ever done on people with
real-life jet lag.
     The group flew the overnight red-eye flight from Los Angeles to
Washington, D.C. 20/20's cameras were on board as the group experienced the
typical stresses of overnight air travel - like dry air, cramped quarters
and trying to catch some sleep.
     Dr. Gary Kay of Georgetown University is the study's lead investigator
and an expert on how medications affect the brain. Upon their arrival in
Washington, Kay gave half the group the jet lag pill he is testing. The
other half got a placebo sugar pill.
     Peggy Sciascia was one of the testers who got the real pill and was
pleased with how well she felt after taking it.
     "I'd been suffering the whole trip and after we did the study . I feel
great. I feel wonderful. I feel alert," she told 20/20.
     In fact, Sciascia and the other NADH subjects did better on certain
thinking tests when compared to the placebo subjects. Through tests, the
scientists found the team's memory improved and they were better at
performing two tasks at the same time.
     Still, Kay stresses that NADH is primarily for brainpower, not a magic
pill for all jet-lag problems. "You don't take this pill and say whoa," he
says. "It is not a stimulant . It is not a mood elevator."
     The pill also does not interfere with sleep. A welcome piece of news
for the 11 test takers, especially when it was time to call it a day.



Sun, 23 Nov 2003 10:48:05 GMT
 NADH - "Enada" Described
Thanks for this info. I heard it was good for cholesterol but I've
found very little info on this, only anecdotal, aside from one small
study of rats...

It's very expensive, like $1 per day, so I'm not sure it's worth it...
Going to just stick with red yeast rice caps and various other
supplements until I see how I do on these... If they don't work, I'll
try the NADH... Thanks for the post, though...



Sun, 23 Nov 2003 12:08:09 GMT
 NADH - "Enada" Described
LORIGRAM in response to >>  
Quote:

>>  It's very expensive, like $1 per day, so I'm not sure it's

worth it...

I get mine from Immune Support and they have a special right now.

.https://www.immunesupport.com/shop/

The lowest price is for auto ship:

60 Tablet
Was: $54.95
Now: $36.95
Buy 2, Get 1 Free

Another place for low prices is Beyond A Century - Online Catalog
and Store.  They sell things in bulk and I can get my CO Q10 for
$56 for 20 grams.  This would be $16.80 per month for the 6000
mg. I take monthly which is the cheapest I have ever seen
anywhere.  But then it has to be put in capsules.

 https://www2.acadia.net/cgi-bin/BAC/web_store.cgi?product=Special_Pro...
 NADH, reduced nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, Coenzyme 1, occurs naturally in all living cells, playing a central role in energy production. Studies show increase in energy and mental alertness, lowered {*filter*} pressure, and help for Chronic Fatigue, Alzheimers and Parkinsons victims. New study shows improved athletic performance. We carry ENADA brand, the only patented, stabilized {*filter*}NADH. 5 mg, 30 tabs, $23.20. Code 751.5

~Lori Calcagno

Gentle words fall lightly, but have great weight.



Fri, 19 Dec 2003 09:51:09 GMT
 NADH - "Enada" Described
Thanks for the post. $74 for 180 tabs? That is indeed a good price!
I'll check it out! Still not doo-able for a lot of people, though...
May I ask, what do you take it for? And what effect do you get from
nadh? Some have reported over-stimulation, inability to sleep...

Quote:
> I get mine from Immune Support and they have a special right now.

> .https://www.immunesupport.com/shop/

> The lowest price is for auto ship:

> 60 Tablet
> Was: $54.95
> Now: $36.95
> Buy 2, Get 1 Free

> Another place for low prices is Beyond A Century - Online Catalog
> and Store.  They sell things in bulk and I can get my CO Q10 for
> $56 for 20 grams.  This would be $16.80 per month for the 6000
> mg. I take monthly which is the cheapest I have ever seen
> anywhere.  But then it has to be put in capsules.

>  https://www2.acadia.net/cgi-bin/BAC/web_store.cgi?product=Special_Pro...
>  NADH, reduced nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, Coenzyme 1, occurs

naturally in all living cells, playing a central role in energy
production. Studies show increase in energy and mental alertness,
lowered {*filter*} pressure, and help for Chronic Fatigue, Alzheimer's and
Parkinson's victims. New study shows improved athletic performance. We
carry ENADA brand, the only patented, stabilized {*filter*}NADH. 5 mg, 30
tabs, $23.20. Code 751.5

- Show quoted text -

Quote:

> ~Lori Calcagno



Wed, 24 Dec 2003 00:00:38 GMT
 NADH - "Enada" Described
Quote:
> .https://www.immunesupport.com/shop/

> The lowest price is for auto ship:

> 60 Tablet
> Was: $54.95
> Now: $36.95
> Buy 2, Get 1 Free

If this deal exists, I don't see it. Looks like the best price, now,
is $28.45 each for auto-ship (dsp), or 2 for $58.99 for non-members.
Still a good price, but not quite as good as the above... Note: these
are the 5mg tabs. I recently paid about $22 for 30 of the 2.5mg tabs,
and that was on sale. So this is still a good price. However, I have
not seen much in the way of clinical trials or double-blind studies
peer-reviewed on NADH... so am a bit skeptical...


Wed, 24 Dec 2003 00:12:13 GMT
 
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