Boosting your immune system with NAD+ Phyto
Recently researchers performed pre-clinical trials using an experimental infection model. Mice treated with NAD+ had a dramatically increased survival rate when compared to the non-treated group.They showed that mast cell-mediated CD4+ T cell response protects against lethal doses of infection (Listeria monocytogenes).
"Collectively, our study unravels a novel cellular and molecular pathway that regulates innate and adaptive immunity via MCs, exclusively, and underscores the therapeutic potential of NAD+ in the context of a myriad of diseases including autoimmune diseases, hemophilia, primary immunodeficiencies and antimicrobial resistance," said Elkhal.
"This is a novel cellular and molecular pathway that is distinct from the two major pathways that were previously known. Since it is distinct and since it has the ability to regulate the immune system systemically, we can use it as an alternative to bypass the current pathways,” said Abdallah ElKhal, PhD, BWH Department of Surgery, senior study author.
Dr Theo Verwey, retrieved from www.firstnad.com