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NMN (Nicotinamide Mononucleotide)

Can NMN help to slow down aging?

RESEARCH UPDATE ABOUT NMN NMN (nicotinamide mononucleotide) is currently one of the most researched and popular substances to slow down aging. NMN is a substance that occurs naturally in our body. NMN is a precursor to NAD+. NAD+ is a very important molecule for every cell in our body. NAD+ is a substance that countless enzymes […]

Can NMN pass the cell membrane and can I take it orally?

Online, there can be found a lot of conflicting information about the absorbability and oral bioavailability of NMN. It was previously thought that NMN could not be absorbed by cells (NMN would be too large to go through the cell membrane). Many online articles still claim this. However, in 2019 an NMN transporter was found, […]

Can you take NMN if you have a MTHFR mutation? Or suffer from reduced methylation?

NMN is a substance that has shown to reduce various aging symptoms in studies (R,R,R,R,R), and has shown to improve insulin resistance, muscle metabolism and aerobic metabolism in humans (R,R,R). However, when you take NMN, some waste products of NMN require proper methylation to be disposed. So taking NMN could increase the need for more and […]

Can you take NMN orally? Or only sublingually?

What’s the best, most effective way to take NMN? Orally? Sublingually (melting it under the tongue)? Or is NMN only available through injection? Some people claim that NMN cannot be taken orally. Others claim you have to take it sublingually and that just swallowing a pill is not going to cut it. These claims are based […]

Do I need to take methyl donors with my NMN?

It depends. There is a theoretical assumption that one would need to take extra methyl donors given NMN uses up methyl groups in order to be degraded and excreted (methyl groups are small molecules that are attached to other molecules to process them). However, this has not really been born out in any studies yet. Nonetheless, we […]

Do you need to combine NMN with TMG (trimethylglycine)?

NOVOS looked into adding TMG (trimethylglycine) to our NMN. After all, NOVOS is a big proponent of proper methylation and epigenetic approaches to longevity and health. However, TMG can cause in some people digestive issues and sleep problems. We also think TMG is already too deep into the methylation pathways, not allowing the body to […]

Does your NMN have a short shelf life, degrading into nicotinamide after a while?

Some people claim that NMN can degrade into nicotinamide (a form of vitamin B3). NMN could indeed be converted into nicotinamide or vitamin B3. However, this mostly concerns only a small fraction of the total NMN. We nonetheless recommend ideally storing NMN in a cool place (e.g. refrigerator) and out of sunlight to slow down […]

How do I store my NMN?

Ideally, you store NMN in a cool, dry place. You can also store it in the refrigerator. Keep it out of light and avoid too high temperatures.

How much NMN should I take? Dr. David Sinclair takes a very high dose of 1,000 mg per day

The minimum recommended dose of NMN is 2 capsules (2 × 125 mg of NMN) per day, 1 to 2 times daily. We advise to take between 250 mg and 500 per day on a regular basis. Regarding NMN dosing, some people refer to Harvard Professor David Sinclair who takes a very high dose of […]

Is liposomal NMN better than normal NMN?

It’s not necessary to take liposomal NMN. Why? All studies done in animals that demonstrate beneficial effects of NMN used non-liposomal NMN; scientists added normal NMN to the drinking water or food. Also, all studies hitherto done in humans use non-liposomal NMN. These studies showed various health benefits of NMN despite using normal, non-liposomal NMN. […]

Is NMN better than NR?

NMN is very likely better than NR. NMN is one step further in the pathways that converts NAD boosters (like NMN and NR) into NAD. Also, NMN is more stable in the blood. Scientific research seems to indicate the NMN is better than NR. For example, NMN seems to have more beneficial effects on various […]

Is the NMN in NOVOS Boost soy-free, gluten-free, non-GMO and vegan?

Yes, our NMN is soy-free, gluten-free, non-GMO and vegan. Our NMN supplements are also high-quality, high-purity and contain more stable, next-generation NMN.

Is your NMN high-quality? Is it third-party tested? Is it safe?

NOVOS’ NMN (nicotinamide mononucleotide) comes from one of the largest, most reputable and science-based manufacturers of NMN in the world. It has been tested by a 3rd party via HPLC, LC-MS, LC-MSMS, 1HNMR, 13CNMR, etc. It is >99% pure and free of heavy metals, bacteria, yeast, mold, etc. You can learn more about why NOVOS’ […]

Is your NMN produced in a GMP-certified, FDA-approved facility? Do you have a certificate of analysis (CoA) or other proof of the quality and safety of NMN?

Our NMN Boost is manufactured in the United States in an GMP-certified, FDA-approved facility. For competitive reasons, we don’t divulge our US-based manufacturing partners. Our NMN is third-party tested by an independent lab demonstrating high purity (>99 percent) of our NMN, and has been tested for contaminants like lead, arsenic, cadmium and mercury. If you […]

What is NMN?

NMN has been brought into the public limelight by scientists such as professor David Sinclair of Harvard University and Professor Shin-Ichiro Imai of Washington University, who showed in studies that NMN could substantially ameliorate various symptoms of aging. NMN is a molecule that occurs naturally in our body and in specific foods like milk and vegetables. NMN is […]

What’s the best NMN supplement available?

NMN supplements have flooded the market. The rising popularity of NMN as a supplement to slow down aging stems from many scientific studies showing that NMN can slow down aging, and by positive claims about NMN as a longevity ingredient by well-known researchers, like Professor David Sinclair from Harvard University, Professor Shin-ichiro Imai from Washington University, and many others (R,R,R,R,R). […]

When should I take NMN?

You can take NMN twice a day or once a day (preferably in the morning, given it can sometimes give a boost of energy).

Which ingredients does NMN work with synergistically?

NMN works synergistically with NMN works synergistically with pterostilbene, fisetin, alpha-ketoglutarate, glycine, lithium, vitamin C and glucosamine. These are many of the ingredients in our NOVOS Core supplement. In fact, we specifically developed our Core supplement to have synergistic effects with NMN. For example, NMN increases the activity of sirtuins, which help to repair our DNA and to maintain our epigenome. Pterostilbene and fisetin can also […]

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