Antioxidant

ENADA Co-Enzyme 1 ( Co-E1) actually is the body’s most powerful antioxidant, and it can regenerate other important antioxidants to protect the body from damaging free-radical attack. NADH transfers the H (hydrogen) to oxidized (or damaged) glutathione to restore normal glutathione, one of the most important antioxidants produced in the body.

A similar situation exists for ENADA Co-Enzyme 1 (nadh) and vitamin-like coenzyme Q10(CoQ10)-When CoQ10 is taken as a nutritional supple­ment, it is actually in an oxidized form and is therefore not an antioxidant. In the body, CoQ10 must be modified by Co-Enzyme 1 to become an effec­tive antioxidant and also an energy-producing compound. Without the reductive (or transform­ing) ability of Co-Enzyme 1, CoQ10 is useless to the body.

This ability of ENADA Co-E1 to restore many other compounds into active, effective antioxidants is continuously being repeated in the body. For example, ENADA Co-E1 restores used-up glutathione to its effective antioxidant form. This type of glutathione in turn can restore vitamin C back to its active state. Vitamin C in turn can regenerate used-up vitamin E back to active vitamin E. It is vital that the body have a sufficient supply of antioxidants such as ENADA Co-E1 to eliminate dangerous free radicals, and it only takes a few milligrams (molecules) of Co-E1 to have a profound influence on the body’s antioxidant defense system against disease-causing free radicals.

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NAD(P) H, a Directly Operating Antioxidant 2001

The Antioxidative Capacity of ENADA-NADH in Humans Oct 2002

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