Hi,

What are you doing to be fit as you can be for next year?

Over 40, you can keep getting fitter and stronger when you counteract what is happening with your body as you age. Below I’m sharing my daily recipe for being the best athlete I can be over the age of 40.

The primary focus of the anti-aging medical community these days is the steady and continuous decline of energy-producing potential in our cells. This is even more important for athletes looking to maintain their training as they age. 

The best correlation between age and energy they have found is the decline of NAD+ levels (a key energy precursor) that steadily declines during aging. By the time we are middle-aged, our levels of NAD+ have fallen to half of our youthful levels.

What if we can use NAD+ supplements to regain some of this decline?

Will additional NAD+ help us keep training and be as fit as we can be?

In my experience, the answer to both appears to be YES.

In my usage of NAD supplements, I have noticed a measurable ability to train longer and maintain higher training levels week to week without burning out.

The impact is subtle. You will not take a NAD supplement and then be jumping out of bed the next day. But after making NAD supplementation a part of my daily routine, I’ve noticed that I can keep my training levels much higher day to day and week to week.

I’ll admit I haven’t always kept up my NAD supplementation, and this weekend I looked back at my training in Apple Health and my Whoop, and whenever I’ve stopped my supplementation, my training is inconsistent. I’ll have one good day of training and then 2 or 3 days where I didn’t get the training done that I wanted. 

When I’m on a daily routine of NAD supplementation, I see that I consistently put in 4 or 5 excellent workouts per week.

I realize this by no means a scientific study, but it has convinced me that daily NAD supplementation is a key for my ability to keep training at my optimal (and desired) level over the age of 40.

There are lots of opinions of the best way to supplement NAD+, and to avoid a detailed scientific discussion, I’m going to share what I do:

  1. I take 4 to 6 pumps of Quicksilver NAD+ Gold each morning. This is a sublingual form of NMN that you hold under your tongue for 30 seconds. NMN is a precursor to NAD+ production.
     
  2. Then I take a daily pouch of the Athlete Daily Feed Formula. This includes all the micronutrients my body needs for maximum energy (ATP Production), including the rockstar ingredient ALC (Acetyl-L-Carnitine), which unlocks your cells so they can absorb the nutrients. 
     
  3. I add to my Feed Formula the Anti-Aging Add-On, which is two capsules of Thorne ResveraCel that increases my Nicotinamide Riboside or NR levels, another precursor to NAD production.

I have tried every combination of supplements, and this 3 part formula is by far the best I’ve used. Each part works together. You are adding the NAD+ Gold & Thorne ReserveraCel to boost NAD+ levels, but you are also giving your cells the fuel they need to produce more energy with the Athlete Daily Feed Formula.

Here is the easiest way to put this package together and save 50% on your Feed Formula part: 

  1. Choose to Get Started on the Athlete Daily Feed Formula 
  2. Next, you will see your Add-Ons page. 
    1. Choose the Anti-Aging Add-On
    2. Choose the NAD+ Gold Add On

This isn’t a pre-workout or an instant boost of energy like caffeine, as I mentioned above. It is a steady increase in your ability to train as hard as you want day to day. 

Start now to be ready to start laying down consistent workouts in the New Year. 


Best,

Matt
Founder
The Feed.