Elysium Health and Basis are Changing the Game

Elysium Health is an emerging leader in the supplement industry. The research and manufacturing organization was created in 2014 as a venture between two experienced business people and Dr. Leonard Guarante, an employee of the Massachusetts Institute of Health – specifically, the director of the Glenn Laboratory for the Science of Aging, a position he’s held for a number of years.

Elysium Health also consults a handful of the world’s best scientists and researchers in the field of biological sciences and health. Altogether, they have contributed towards Basis, which is currently the sole offering of Elysium Health

What is Basis?

Basis is a supplement that is crafted from two primary ingredients: nicotinamide riboside and pterostilbene, two chemicals that are intrinsically involved in the human body’s essential processes.

The ingredients from Basis are contained in vegetarian capsules rather than the animal-based capsules found in most supplements. The revolutionary supplement is one of the few supplements that runs in concordance with vegan, vegetarian, and kosher diets – it’s also devoid of any contaminants, and, along with the two main ingredients of the hot supplement, regularly checked for quality to make sure consumers are getting what they so very deserve.

How can consumers be certain that Basis actually helps people?

Basis is unique in that Elysium Health was able to fund a clinical trial for the supplement, something that very few other supplements can claim. Doing so often costs tens of millions of dollars, as involving trained physicians and people that otherwise cost loads of money to involve. The test that proved Basis was so helpful was double-blind, meaning neither physicians nor consumers knew they were taking the contents of Basis, randomized, ensuring the fact that nobody knew who was involved, and standardized, yet another criterion that clinical trials must maintain.

The clinical trial took place earlier this year – across spring and summer months of 2017 – that indicated the contents of Basis increased the blood levels of NAD+ of consumers aged fifty through ninety, as well as indicated that it was safe for older adults – including those on the upper end of the above spectrum – and any able-bodied adult.

More about the basics of nicotinamide riboside and pterostilbene

Nicotinamide riboside works best when 500 milligrams are taken once each day, as shown by the aforementioned clinical trial. Also, pterostilbene works at an optimum level when 100 milligrams of the substance is taken each day. That’s why Elysium Health’s website recommends to consumers to take two capsules each day, adding up to the total of 500 and 50 mg.