nuchido time+ supplement review

Update:2023-07-29   

Nuchido Time+ has gained attention and support from individuals who have witnessed the positive effects of the supplement firsthand. An individual attending one of Dr. Nichola Conlon's seminars and conferences, such as Undoing Aging and RAADFest in 2019, was intrigued by her presentation on NAD restoration. They became convinced that simply consuming expensive precursors was not the most efficient method of restoring NAD levels.

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 This person decided to try Nuchido Time+ themselves and also administered it to their mother. They observed that their mother felt better while taking the supplement and continued using it for two years. Acknowledging that the product is a bit pricey, they still believe it is worth the cost due to its effectiveness and purpose.

 However, from a consumer perspective, the product's perceived high price tag may have been exacerbated by Nuchido's attempt to protect the exact ingredients of Time+. This led to misconceptions about the supplement's value and further fueled the perception of it being overpriced.

 To shed light on the actual value of the product, it is important to understand the composition of Time+. For example, the supplement contains the more expensive and superior "R" version of Alpha Lipoic Acid (R-ALA) rather than the cheaper ALA. The daily dosage of R-ALA in Time+ is 600 mg, making it a costly ingredient. Additionally, ingredients like parsley extract, often mistaken as a cheap off-the-shelf component, are likely highly concentrated extracts with a significant apigenin content. These choices contribute to the overall cost of the product.

 The reasoning behind such ingredient selection lies in the belief that compounds work best when part of the whole food matrix. For example, isolated apigenin is unstable and poorly absorbed by the body, whereas apigenin as part of the parsley matrix is stable and highly absorbable. The same principle applies to other ingredients in Time+.

 Despite recognizing that creating a DIY version of Time+ might be slightly cheaper by using bulk suppliers, this individual prefers the convenience of pre-mixed, pre-measured capsules that went through certification and clinical studies. They express a desire for a price reduction to make the product more accessible to a broader audience and to support Nuchido as a company.

 Furthermore, they eagerly anticipate Nuchido's release of a multi-person study, which will likely contribute positively to the company's marketing efforts. Dr. Nichola also addresses the ingredients "de jour," such as NR or NMN, explaining why they are not necessary or required.

 To summarize the ingredients in Time+, the individual highlights their functions:

 1.  Sophora japonica extract, with flavonoids like quercetin, rutin, and troxrutin, activates NAMPT, the enzyme that powers the Salvage Pathway and enables NAD+ recycling.

 2. R-Alpha Lipoic Acid (R-ALA) activates the AMPK pathway, similar to exercise and fasting, which increase NAD+. It mimics this effect and further activates the NAMPT enzyme.

 3. Parsley leaf extract, abundant in apigenin, inhibits the activation of CD38, an NAD+ consumer that increases with age.

 4. Green tea leaf extract contains EGCG, which inhibits NNMT, the enzyme responsible for removing nicotinamide (NAM) from the cell. By restoring the Salvage Pathway, NAM can be recycled back into fresh NAD+.

 5. Extra nicotinamide (NAM) is included to further boost NAD+ levels.

 6. Black pepper extract, specifically piperine, enhances the absorption of the ingredients in the formula.

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In conclusion, the experiences of individuals using Nuchido Time+ and the inclusion of valuable ingredients in the supplement support its potential for promoting NAD restoration and overall health. However, addressing the product's price and communication regarding its premium components could help mitigate misconceptions and make the supplement more accessible to a wider range of individuals.