There’s a new kind of consumer health company on the scene. Elysium Health is the brainchild of the MIT research scientist Leonard Guarente. The company was founded in 2014 to help people live healthier, longer. Today, the company works with some of the world-leading scientists from universities like Cambridge, Oxford, and Harvard to research and develop new products.
Elysium Health’s supplement is called Basis. Basis works by increasing levels of NAD+ in our cells. As we age, the levels of NAD+, which is an essential coenzyme to many of our essential cellular functions, decline naturally. Basis restores higher levels of NAD+ and supports those cellular functions and cellular well-being in the process.
Basis can be used by all adults. It has been clinically proven to increase levels of NAD+ in humans by an average of 40 percent. The supplement is designed for long-term use and increases levels of NAD after several weeks.
Basis is available for purchase on Elysium Health’s website. Each jar of basis contains 60 capsules, which is enough to take the supplement over the course of 30 days. An individual jar costs $60. A monthly subscription to Basis costs $50 per month. A prepaid six-month subscription to the supplement costs $270 ($45 per month).
Basis is not an alternative to exercise and a healthy diet. The supplement works best when the person taking it is also getting exercise on a regular basis and eats natural foods with plenty of key vitamins and nutrients.
Basis is vegan, vegetarian, nut-free, and gluten-free, allowing you to stick to your dietary restrictions while taking the supplement.
For more information about Elysium Health, the science behind Basis, and the company’s team of scientists visit Elysium’s website.