in Chronic Fatigue

Supplement Can Help Boost Energy Levels

The supplement was tested by researchers at Georgetown University Medical Center, who found that people taking it experienced significant improvement in relieving the symptoms of fatigue.

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Supplement Can Help Boost Energy Levels

 

Supplement Can Help Boost Energy Levels

(NAPS)-Recent clinical studies have shown that a natural, energy may offer relief from a common concern: fatigue.
The supplement was tested by researchers at Georgetown University Medical Center, who found that people taking it experienced significant improvement in relieving the symptoms of fatigue.

According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than 14 million Americans experience chronic fatigue symptoms, some of whom may be suffering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS). This disorder causes unexplainable tiredness or lack of energy, and has no known cure. ENADA® is one of the first nutritional supplements to be tested using strict Food and Drug Administration guidelines to determine its safety and effectiveness. Georgetown doctors found that 31 percent of the patients who took ENADA felt significant relief from their symptoms of fatigue.
“According to a recent, nationwide Gallop poll, seventy-five percent of Americans state that fatigue is their number one health complaint. We are demonstrating through sound scientific studies, not marketing hype, that ENADA is both safe and effective in providing energy enhancement to alleviate the symptoms of CFS, a debilitating disorder which affects half a million Americans, “ said Matt Fitzsimmons, president, MENUCO Corporation. ENADA is the brand name for the only available patented, stabilized, absorbable NADH (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide plus high energy hydrogen). For over 60 years, research scientists have known that NADH, a natural co-enzyme derived from vitamin B3, plays an important role in the body’s cellular energy- producing function. The substance occurs naturally in the muscle tissue of fish, poultry, and cattle-key food sources in the human diet. But due to factors such as cooking and processing, humans receive very little of the NADH from these sources. And until ENADA, scientists were unable to develop a stable and useful oral form of NADH. ENADA is available at fine health food stores and pharmacies, including GNC, Vitamin World and The Vitamin Shoppe. It is manufactured and packaged by Menuco through a licensing agreement with Merck Pharmaceuticals.
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