Leap Years® slows the effects of aging in dogs
Leap Years® is the first-ever clinically tested supplement for dogs with an NAD booster and senolytic that addresses the root causes of aging, starting at the cellular level.
Why Leap Years Works (Senolytic and NAD+ Booster Combination)
The benefit of using a senolytic and NAD+ booster in combination as a repeating, monthly regimen, is their combined effect. Senescent cells consume increased amounts of NAD+, depleting cellular energy reserves. Leap Years® is specifically designed to support the natural clearance of senescent cells so that NAD+ can be fully utilized by the body’s healthy cells–essentially, leaving more room for the healthier cells.
Keeping Cells Functioning Properly Through Senolytics
Senescent cells, commonly referred to as zombie cells, are aging cells that are still alive but do not function properly. These cells release chemicals which cause inflammation and accelerate aging. They can also encourage other nearby healthy cells to become senescent. Senescent cells can be removed from the body through a process called senolysis. Leap Years® has a safe but powerful senolytic that literally kills zombie cells.
Boosts NAD+ Levels to Maintain Healthy Cell Function
Maybe you have never heard of NAD (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) but it’s a critical coenzyme that fuels the energy in cells throughout an animal’s body. As a dog – or person, for that matter – ages, their NAD+ levels decline, which means their cells start to lose the ability to produce energy and function as they should. And that leads to disease and breakdown of different body functions. Leap Years® boosts NAD+ levels.
Is My Dog Slowing Down?
Signs of aging, commonly referred to as “old dog behavior” are the result of what is going on in all the cells of the body, actual cellular aging. Arthritis, for example, is an inflammatory condition associated with aging that starts at the cellular level.
“Slowing down” is also a sign that the cells’ NAD+ levels are dwindling. Aging at the cellular level can be mitigated. Accumulation of senescent, inflammatory cells that cause age-related decline can be removed and NAD+ levels can be boosted.
Changing Aging in Dogs
Even when we pay lots of attention, our dogs can age in ways we don’t see right away. That’s because aging is more than just slowing down or stiffer movement. It can be trouble sleeping, confusion, disorientation, even anxiety. Aging starts at the level of the cell and is comprehensive. It needs to be addressed in this way. That’s the whole idea behind Leap Years® Cellular Health System for Dogs.