Stumbled up on the http://www.elysiumhealth.com/basis which have anyone tested or have thoughts about it?
Was wondering the the same thing. It keeps popping up in my Facebook feed. Anyone have any knowledge about this or NAD in general?
Also wondering about this.
I've been taking NAD supplementation for about 3 months now. Its really just what you believe in. Tests for lab animals show positive results. Will it do the same for humans? Most likely but do you want to wait 100 years for human studies to show results before trying?
I'm sure many people will ask how I feel after taking them. I don't feel anything, but then again I've never felt anything from any type of supplements other than coffee or prescription drugs.
Bumping this up. Any more thoughts or commentary from those who have researched and/or tried?
Elysium's Basis is made of Nicotinamide Riboside a precursor of NAD+ an enzyme involved in cellular communications among some other things. It also contains Pterostilbene an antioxidant similar to resveratrol that mimics many of the beneficial effects of caloric restriction.
You can buy both independently for half the price, the packaging of Basis is closer to perfumes than supplements so there is some added vale to the packaging that gets passed onto the consumer.
Below is a link to a recent update from Elysium. They claim success in clinical trials.