Unlock Optimal Aging Benefits Of NAD+ Activation
Dr. Meredith Warner’s new Longevity series has been curated to help you unlock the ability to slow physiological cellular aging and possibly reduce your biological age. NMN is a precursor molecule that transforms into NAD+ through a chemical process in the body. By middle age, your levels of NAD+ have become about half of what they were in your youth. It is thought that this can be remedied with supplementation.
NMN’s NAD+ Boosting Effects:
- Optimal Aging: slows down aging processes and potentially reverses aging at a cellular level (pre-clinical studies)
- Metabolic Health: Improved cellular energy & metabolic health
- DNA Repair: reduced cell damage via improved mitochondria health and Sirtuin activation
- Muscular Strength: increased aerobic capacity during exercise
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: How are NMN and NAD+ related?
A: Through a series of chemical processes in the body, NMN has been scientifically shown to transform into NAD+ and raise the body’s level of NAD+ activity.
NAD+ is one of the most crucial molecules needed for cellular health. Without NAD+ the body declines very quickly.
NMN is more easily absorbed into cells and easily transformed into NAD+ before getting to work to repair cellular damage and efficiency.
Q: Does NMN affect metabolic health?
A: NMN affects all areas of the metabolic system. There are five markers of metabolic health: blood sugar, triglycerides, HDL cholesterol, waist circumference, and blood pressure. This supplement has been shown to improve metabolic health and reduce the chances of developing a wide range of conditions related to poor metabolism and aging.
Q: How does NMN protect DNA?
A: Via NMN’s ability to improve mitochondrial health and energy production efficiency, oxidative stress-induced cell damage reduces as increased levels of Sirtuin proteins promote mitochondrial generation and cell protection.
Sirtuins (silent mating type information regulation) are a group of proteins that are involved in regulating cellular homeostasis and metabolic processes.
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