RNA (ribonucleic acid) is a nucleic acid that is found in the nucleus and cytoplasm of cells where it plays an important part in protein synthesis and cellular renewal. Adequate amounts of RNA in the body are essential to every aspect of good health and well-being. Supplementation with RNA derived from yeast may support healthy cellular division, as well as help boost the immune system response. Other studies, moreover, indicate that RNA may do much more than block the path of Father Time. The supplement may play a role in helping:
Infants to develop their intestinal systems
Elderly people to avoid illness and remember things more clearly
Post-operative patients to heal faster
Sick people to fight off infections and diseases.
It's been only in the past two decades that the possible benefits of nucleic acid therapy have come to light.