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 a building block of NAD+, an important molecule that enzymes need in order to repair DNA, maintain the epigenome, and prevent other forms of cellular damage.
The older we get, the less NMN and NAD+ circulates in our body.
Less NAD+, more aging
Low levels of NAD+ contribute to aging and various aging-related symptoms, like metabolic problems, cardiovascular dysfunction, cognitive decline, sleep problems, and many others.
Increasing levels of NAD+ has been shown to restore or slow down various aging-related symptoms and diseases.
- Improving DNA repair
- Improving the epigenome
- Improving heart health
- Increasing skin elasticity
- Boosting muscle function
- Improving metabolism
- Improving aging-related infertility
Immediate benefits of NMN
Besides MNNs long-term effects on healthy aging, there are also short-term benefits: many people who take NMN report they have more energy, both physically and mentally. If dosed high enough, NMN could:
- Enhance cognition
- Boost energy and reduce fatigue
- Contribute to a healthy mood
NMN is currently one of the most popular supplements to slow down aging. That’s why we created NOVOS Boost.