Can NAD+ survive the digestive tract? – RENUE BY SCIENCE – Bioavailable NAD+ Boosters
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Can NAD+ survive the digestive tract?

NAD+ is digested to NMN first, then on to NR, and NAM.

Yes, it does require protection to survive as NAD+, but it makes no sense that NR or NMN are better choices because of this, as they are the first steps in digestion of NAD+.

Digestion and absorption of NAD by the small intestine of the rat (Henderson, 1983)/

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