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Myetin is a product specifically formulated to meet the nutritional needs of patients experiencing nerve degeneration

Take two Myetin chewable tablets per day.

Myetin is manufactured in an FDA approved facility, under current good manufacturing practices standards (cGMP).1 Myetin uses pure forms of both D-Biotin and NAD+. These ingredients are pharmaceutical grade and are effectively absorbed and utilized in the body and brain. For maximum benefits, the tablets should be chewed or dissolved in the mouth every 8 to 12 hours — one chewable tablet in the morning, one chewable tablet in the evening.

How Myetin is Different

The only chewable, orally dissolving High-Dose Biotin and NAD+ combination available for people experiencing nerve damage.

How You May Benefit From Myetin

Myetin tablets work by providing the nutrients necessary to increase the potential for your body to build healthy nerves by enhancing energy and fatty acid production that help the cells in the body optimally function.2,3

What to Expect

Because nerve damage takes years to develop, your body will need time to start feeling the benefit of Myetin. While changes may be experienced after the first few months, it can take six to nine months for the full benefit to be realized.4

How Myetin is Different

The only chewable, orally dissolving High-Dose Biotin and NAD+ combination available for people experiencing nerve damage.

How You May Benefit From Myetin

Myetin tablets work by providing the nutrients necessary to increase the potential for your body to build healthy nerves by enhancing energy and fatty acid production that help the cells in the body optimally function.2,3

What to Expect

Because nerve damage takes years to develop, your body will need time to start feeling the benefit of Myetin. While changes may be experienced after the first few months, it can take six to nine months for the full benefit to be realized.4

How Does Myetin Work?

High Dose D-Biotin

The myelin sheath acts as an insulating cover around nerve fibers. The loss of myelin is a common issue in nerve-degeneration, which can lead to a loss of nerve signal quality and other nerve functions. A leading cause in the breakdown of the myelin sheath is the body’s inability to metabolize the correct nutrients from your diet needed to build myelin. Once lost, patients with neurodegenerative diseases are seldom able to replace/repair their myelin with a normal diet. D-Biotin is a naturally occurring [bioavailable] form of the B vitamin, Biotin, which assists many functions throughout the body. If administered in high enough doses over months of time, D-Biotin acts as a nutrient which supports the production of the myelin sheath through the production of fatty acid synthesis.5

NAD+ for Regulating Mitochondrial Efficiencies:

Mitochondria are essentially tiny batteries within each cell that are the source of energy. To make that energy, a series of chemical reactions must take place within the mitochondria. NAD+ is a major component of these reactions, which produce the energy known as “ATP” 6. A reduced level of NAD+ leads to lower ATP (energy) production which is critical to the proper transmission of nerve signals. Studies have shown that patients with neurodegenerative diseases have substantially decreased levels of NAD+ at the cellular level, leading to a loss of mitochondrial function.3

Myetin – Inspiring Better Nerve Health