NMN is a precursor molecule that increases NAD levels in all cells. We naturally lose about 50% of our NAD by age 60. Geneticists are evaluating NMN as a means of slowing the aging process. New studies also show a boost in athletic performance with daily NMN intake (600-1200 mg/day). And leading anti-aging researcher, Dr David Sinclair of Harvard, uses 1 gram of NMN each day as part of his personal longevity protocol.
“NMN suppresses age-associated body weight gain and enhances energy metabolism.”
“NMN improves insulin sensitivity, eye function, and other features with no toxicity.”
“NMN prevents age-associated gene expression changes in a tissue-specific manner.”
“NMN is an effective anti-aging intervention that could be translated to humans.”
At left is an illustration of the various effects found upon NMN administration in mice from a pivotal study by Kathryn Mills in the journal “Cell Metabolism”.
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