- What is Enada do yall know and might it help a hepper? ... alley
entire article at http://www.drkoop.com/news/special-reports/elusive/cfs.html
following is just an excerpt
In a double-blind, placebo-controlled study at Georgetown University, he says a substance called NADH was found to help some patients with chronic fatigue. The study was published in the February 1999 Journal of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. Its conclusion was that "the results of this preliminary study indicate that NADH (Enada) may be an effective therapy in the management of the chronic fatigue syndrome and suggest that further clinical trials be performed to establish its efficacy in this clinically perplexing disorder." The study was done on 26 patients who fulfilled the Centers for Disease Control criteria for chronic fatigue syndrome, and it was reported that the results showed that among that group, four times more patients responded to NADH than to the placebo.
Birkmayer describes NADH as a biological form of hydrogen that reacts with oxygen in cells to produce a form of energy. "Every cell has to have sufficient forms of energy to stay alive," Birkmayer said. "We succeeded in stabilizing NADH and making it in an absorbable form." Simply put, "chronic fatigue is a lack of energy. And NADH increases energy." He says it is sold over the counter as a nutritional supplement under the brand name Enada.
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