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.
Scientific studies have shown that NMN can improve many symptoms of aging in various organisms. NMN seems to improve healthy aging by (R,R,R,R,R):
- Improving DNA repair
- Improving the epigenome
- Improving heart health
- Increasing skin elasticity
- Boosting muscle function
- Improving metabolism
- Improving aging-related infertility
Learn more about NMN here, and about the difference between NMN and NR here.
Immediate benefits of NMN
Besides NMN’s 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.
However, there are many other interesting ingredients that can slow down aging that are contained in NOVOS Core, such as alpha-ketoglutarate, fisetin and microdosed lithium.