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5mg blister pack of tabletsRecommended dosage depends upon individual needs and whether you're taking it for overall energy or therapeutic reasons. Slightly more than 74 percent of people who take NADH take it daily, while 16 percent are taking it twice a day and 7 percent are taking it less than daily.  Generally, 5mg once per day is suggested for energy enhancement, 10mg or more for therapeutic reasons. NADH should be taken first thing in the morning, on an empty stomach, with 6 to 8 ounces of water. Wait at least 20 to 30 minutes before eating or taking other medications

The specially coated NADH / Co-E1 tablets containing the pure, stable, active NADH. It must enter the intestinal tract before releasing its gifts to you. If NADH is exposed to the environment anywhere other than the intestines, the NADH tablet will be rendered useless. Exposure destroys the pure NADH. This also means, don't split the tablet in half.

Storage:
Sunlight, humidity, dust, adverse temperature conditions all NADH is destroyed when exposed to sun lightcan destroy NADH. Store NADH where you keep other items that are important to you. Treat it like the film in a camera. Don't leave it in direct sunlight or other adverse temperature conditions. Just like your film, don't send it through airport detection equipment. Hand-pass it to security before walking through the detectors at airports.

NADH can be refrigerated, but it is not required. Don't store NADH in humid conditions like the bathroom medicine cabinet.  This is true for all vitamins and supplements.


Just 8 steps to your benefits:

  1. Do not eat or drink for at least 2 hours before taking Co-E1. It's best to take it on an empty stomach. If you desire to take a second dosage in the afternoon, wait at least 2 hours after eating or drinking anything (other than plain water).  Then, make sure you wait 20-30 minutes before eating an afternoon snack or dinner.
  2. Drink a 6 - 8 ounce glass of water, then wait 20 to 30 minutes before swallowing anything but water.
  3. Taking Co-E1 with coffee, milk, apple juice, any juice, foods, vitamins or other medications, destroys the pure NADH.
  4. For best results don't lay down or go back to bed during the 20 to 30 minute wait. Perform any task you would normally do during this time. Experience shows: Standing, walking or simply moving around for the 20 to 30 minute wait works best in people who are having difficulties absorbing nutrients into their body. (i.e., chronic fatigue suffers).
  5. Say out loud, what results you expect from taking NADH. This time your attempting to get what you ask for.
  6. After the 20 to 30 minute wait, take your other medications, drugs, vitamins, or eat, or drink as you would normally.
  7. The positive physical & mental effects of NADH can be felt as early as 3 to 10 days. For some, 30 to 60 days. As we are all unique individuals, results will vary depending on the condition being treated. For some it may take more time for nature's miracle to occur.
  8. Take care of the NADH / Co-E1 tablets as you would take care of the film for your camera. Store them in non-adverse environmental conditions.

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