The Importance of Cellular Health on Your Heart Health

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We all want to look and feel our best as we age and staying ahead of health issues is a great way to keep any negative impacts of aging at bay. So, what are you doing now to proactively help your body, particularly your heart, age healthily in the future?

The older we get, levels of an essential molecule called NAD+ that helps your body generate energy and repair damage to your cells naturally decline. In fact, this molecule helps convert everything we eat into everything we are. Exposure to stressors like a high fat diet, inactivity, and poor sleep habits, can also negatively impact NAD+ levels, and affect your heart health.

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