What is Coenzyme 1?
Coenzyme 1, also known as NADH is
biologically available vitamin B3. It is the primary coenzyme
which fuels over 1000 metabolic processes in the body. It is
quite literally cellular fuel.
Coenzyme 1 was first discovered in 1903, but its role
the body was not fully understood until many years later thanks
to the groundbreaking work of Dr. Walther Birkmayer. Dr.
Birkmayer received four honorary doctorates for his work on
How does our body utilize Coenzyme 1
The ATP energy cycle is critical to all forms of life.
ATP is a highly complex process where energy is created in order
for our cells to function. Coenzyme 1 is the vital fuel that is
used in creating this energy from our food, oxygen and the sun.
A loss of Coenzyme 1 at a cellular level would create an ATP
energy deficiency. Our bodies ATP energy is used to fuel all our
organs, muscles and bones.
Why do we need QuickSpark with active ingredient
Coenzyme 1 is critical to the production of ATP
energy, the energy that powers our cells and our entire
body. As we age are ATP levels begin to decline.
QuickSpark is a convenient way for you to increase your
ATP energy by supplementing your Coenzyme 1 level.
NADH / Conenzyme 1 Usage Information
Want better concentration? Need more energy?
- Provides Anti-oxidant protection for cells(1)
- Increases your cellular energy and vitality(2)
- Offers a natural immune system boost in the
- Coenzyme 1 is a coenzyme of Nitric Oxide which
has been proven to relax the blood vessels resulting
in more oxygen and nutrients for the body cells and
organs in turn allowing
them to function more effectively (4)
- Coenzyme 1 is the fuel responsible for over 1000
metabolic processes in the body
- When your body gets the fuel it needs it just
Take 2 lozenges a day for effective, fast acting
natural energy from the important energy-enzyme Coenzyme 1.
Allow lozenge and dissolve naturally under the tongue and
minimise swallowing for best effect. There are
20 Lozenges in a pack.
(1) The antioxidative capacity of the ENADH-NADH in
humans, G Reibnegger, J Greilerger, G Juergens and K Oetti,
University of Graz Austria 2002.
(2) NADH supplementation decreased pinacidil-primed K(ATP) in
ventricular cardiomyocytes by increasing intracellular ATP,
Pelzman B et al, 2003.
(3) Nictotinamide effects oxidative burst activity of
neutrophils in patients with poorly controlled type 2 diabetes
mellitus, Oscar Z, Samanci T et al, 2004
(4) Moncada, S., Palmer, R.M.J and Higgs, E.A. ' Nitric oxide -
physiology, pathhphysiology and pharmacology. Pharmacol. Rev.
1991; 43, 109-142
(5) Stabilised NADH as a Countermeasure for Jet Lag, Gary G Kay,
Ph.D., Erik Viirre M.D.Ph.D. and Jonathan Clark M.D 2001.
(6) Effectiveness of NADH in Alleviating Effects of Sleep
Deprivation in Healthy Middle- Aged Adults, Cornell University
(7) Reduced Coenzyme 1 (NADH) Improves Psychomotoric and
Physical Performance in Athletes, Georg D. Birkmayer M.D. Ph.D.
Pavel Vank M.D., 1996
(8) CoEnzyme nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide: new therapeutic
approach for improving dementia of the Alxheimer type, Birkmayer
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