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NADH is the abbreviation for the naturally occurring biological substance, nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide hydride. The “H” stands for high-energy hydrogen and indicates that this substance is in the most biologically active form possible. Often referred to as coenzyme 1, NADH is the body’s top-ranked coenzyme, a facilitator of numerous biological reactions. NADH is necessary for cellular development and energy production: It is essential to produce energy from food and is the principal carrier of electrons in the energy-producing process in the cells. NADH is also an important antioxidant; in fact, scientists acknowledge that NADH is the most powerful antioxidant to protect cells from damage by harmful substances. In summary, NADH is a highly powerful form of vitamin B3 commonly referred to as niacin or niacinamide.
NADH works as a cellular immune response enhancer. The “killing mechanism” of the immune system against foreign bodies are fueled by NADH and its precursor, NADPH. Learn more about NADH here.