Definitions for "NADH"
is a coenzyme that enables the body’s enzymes, or its cellular monitors, to function optimally. Every living cell contains NADH, which is present in meat, poultry and fish, but is destroyed during the cooking process. It is also found in yeast, with smaller amounts are present in plants. Through a series of reactions in the muscle cells, NADH is able to produce energy in the form of ATP. Therefore a good supply of NADH optimizes energy production in the body. It also helps transform the amino acid tyrosine into the important brain chemical dopamine.
Also known as Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide. Creates ATP that powers the muscles, heart, brain, nerves and cell repair — everything that needs power. Important element of the Krebs Cycle.– See also Krebs Cycle
An energy-carrying coenzyme produced by glycolysis and the Krebs cycle. NADH carries energy to the electron transport chain, where it is stored in ATP.
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