Saturday, August 13, 2022
Mitochondrial Health

Red Light Study to Improve Vision and NAD+



This latest research shows the promising effects of red light exposure during certain time of the day and for a short period of time, may improve color and vision for the eyes. The retinas have the highest concentration of mitochondria in the body, so this research is fascinating and opens to door to other ways the mitochondria can be studied and how NAD+ plays such an important role to mitochondrial function.

Join the SSRP January 21-22, 2022 as we cover the protocols, pathways, and how to implement NAD+ the right way.

https://ssrp.seeds.md/ssrp-nad-optin

Shinhmar, H., Hogg, C., Neveu, M. et al. Weeklong improved colour contrasts sensitivity after single 670 nm exposures associated with enhanced mitochondrial function. Sci Rep 11, 22872 (2021)

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-021-02311-1

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3 thoughts on “Red Light Study to Improve Vision and NAD+
  1. What dose of NAD+ and what time in the morning for red light therapy please? I have a red/infrared light therapy lamp. Also, do you recommend also supplementing with Glycine (and if so, at what dose), since NAD and Glycine together can increase Glutathione levels and decrease age related markers? Thanks so much, Dr Seeds! You're the best!

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