NMN (beta Nicotinamide Mononucleotide) 500mg capsules

Antiaging Support through boosted NAD+

Fight fatigue and boost energy levels

NMN (Nicotinamide Mononucleotide) levels in the body are directly linked to your levels of NAD+, which in turn is linked to a range of health aspects including cognitive function, energy production and blood sugar levels. As we age, our NMN levels decrease and this can lead to accelerated aspects of aging such as impaired cognition, low energy levels and low mood.

NMN is a direct precursor to NAD+; this means that it is converted in your body’s cells in one step to NAD+. NAD+ keeps the amount of SIRTUINS genes (those associated with healthy aging) at optimum levels, and also keeps them working properly. As such, it is key to keep NAD+ levels high for as long as possible.

500mg NMN capsules work to:

  • Improve cognition, thought and understanding
  • Boost physical energy levels as well as mental energy
  • Support health through the aging process
  • Promote sensitivity to insulin and promote good blood sugar levels

Taking a dosage of 500mg NMN per day has been seen to be effective at boosting NAD+ levels in the muscle tissue and liver, with no reported adverse side effects.

Product Description

NMN (Nicotinamide Mononucleotide is a nucleotide that has been widely researched and studied over recent years due to its ability to boost the levels of NAD+ (Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) in the body. NAD+ levels are directly linked to the function of SIRTUINS – these are genes that are essential for healthy aging as they are involved in the regulation of cell death and stress resistance.

The levels of SIRTUINS in our body reduce naturally as we age, regardless of any other health problems we may or may not experience. Whilst this is a normal aspect of aging, this decrease increases the rate as which certain bodily functions start to decline, such as energy levels, brain power and even blood sugar levels. If we can keep the levels of SIRTUINS in the body high, then the body and these associated functions age at a slower rate.

It can be difficult to keep NAD+ levels at optimum levels as we do not naturally produce NMN, which is a direct precursor to NAD+ (this means that once we take NMN in, it is converted to NAD+ in one step. Other NAD+ boosters, such as Nicotinamide riboside (NR), require more than one step which can render them in certain cases less effective).

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