DNA repair is the process by which cells fix the damage that occurs to their DNA due to various factors, such as oxidative stress, replication errors, or exposure to environmental toxins (including spike proteins.)
DNA repair is essential for maintaining genome integrity, preventing mutations, and avoiding diseases, such as cancer and neuro-degeneration. However, DNA repair declines with age, leading to accelerated ageing and increased disease risk.
One of the key molecules that regulates DNA repair is NAD+. NMN and NR are natural dietary occurring molecules that convert to NAD+ in cells after consumption, supporting DNA repair.