Why do we need NAD?
Your NAD levels decline up to 50% between the ages of 30-60 years old. Increasing NAD
levels helps to keep your body looking and feeling young.
In old mice, Sinclair and his colleagues discovered a technique to restore blood flow. They fed elderly mice with nicotinamide mononucleotide or NMN supplements, which is then transformed into another compound called nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide or NAD, that promotes the growth of tiny blood vessels in cells that line muscles, as well as other organs.
The mice who received NMN supplements improved their treadmill run time by 60 percent compared to those who didn't get it, and they increased their exercise endurance — to levels that were comparable or exceeding those of younger mice.
NUNMN is a firm committed to providing health and beauty products that are of the highest quality. We produce Pure, high-quality NMN using an innovative manufacturing process, as well as GMP safety procedures in place to guarantee that the NMN is pharmaceutical grade.
The majority of NMN products on the market are made using chemical synthesis techniques that allow for only a modest degree of purity. Biological enzyme technology is used to make NMN, resulting in 99.5% purity, so our clients will get the highest-quality NMN on the market.
2000 Nobel Prize in Medicine
2004 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
NMN is a vitamin b3 antioxidant. This form of vitamin B3 raises NAD levels, which is important for cellular health.
Why do we need NAD and NMN?
The most important thing to understand is that when it comes to looking and feeling young, is to consume what is good for your body. Our NAD level starts dropping by up to 50% between the ages of 30 and 60. NMN Supplements can boost your NAD level to where they once were
NMN has been able to
suppress age-associated weight gain, enhance energy metabolism and
physical activity, improve insulin sensitivity, improve eye function,
improve mitochondrial metabolism and prevent age-linked changes in gene
NUNMN is a supplement company that develops and sells high-quality nutritional supplements as well as superfoods. The rigorous standards for all of the vitamins, minerals, plant extracts, and other nutritious food we provide are set by our company ethic. We collaborate closely with experts and scientists as we create our products and select ingredients from the best sources.
This is to ensure that our products are of the greatest possible quality. Our supplements are free of heavy metals, harmful substances, and genetically modified components.
● Gluten Free and Not genetically engineered
● Free of Escherichia coli, Salmonella spp and Staphylococcus aureus.
● High in bioavailability
● Made in Canada (nutritional supplements)
The best time to take NMN supplements is in the morning on an empty stomach.
Health Canada’s Recommended dose is 1 capsule daily. Research shows that a dose of 2 capsules (2x300mg) 1 to 2 times daily, is considered acceptable.
Yes, NMN is well absorbed via the gastrointestinal system, according to a recent study.
No. When NMN is taken orally, it is effectively absorbed. Some older studies or websites
insist that taking it sublingually (under the tongue), heating NMN or injecting it, are the
best ways to take it. This has been debunked in recent studies, showing that when NMN
is taken orally, it is very well absorbed. When given orally to mice, several scientific
studies have revealed beneficial effects on aging.
NMN is used in a variety of human clinical trials being conducted by Life Biosciences and other organizations.
Every morning, Dr. David Sinclair, perhaps the globe's most renowned expert on NMN and
aging, consumes NMN by mouth.
It's best to keep it in a cool, dry location. You may also keep it in the fridge.
It's likely that it is. NMN is a step closer along the pathways that turn NAD boosters (such as NMN and NR) into NAD. Additionally, compared to NR, NMN is more stable in the blood. NMN supplements appear to have better effects on a variety of aging symptoms than NR does. People have also noted greater advantages of taking NMN rather than NR.
Despite this, NR is currently being heavily advertised, most of the time at the expense of NMN. There are several causes for this. One reason is that the manufacturing process for NR is patented, giving a monopoly so that specific businesses can aggressively promote it. In contrast, because NMN isn't patented, this molecule isn't marketed as aggressively. NMN was formerly difficult and costly to produce, which is why firms began selling NR rather than NMN.
NMN works in tandem with pterostilbene, fisetin, alpha-ketoglutarate, glycine, lithium, vitamin C, and glucosamine. These are just a few of the ingredients found in NUNMN. In fact, our NMN supplement was
specifically designed to work together with Vitamin C and these other ingredients.
For example, NMN boosts the activity of sirtuins, which aid in the repair of our DNA and
epigenome maintenance. Pterostilbene, like fisetin, has a similar effect. Glycine, glucosamine, and vitamin C also improve mitochondrial performance.
NMN is a difficult molecule to produce. It was formerly almost prohibitively costly to manufacture. This has changed now thanks to new manufacturing methods. Despite the fact that the cost has dropped significantly, NMN is still a very expensive supplement to make, especially if you want high-quality, high-purity NMN.
Yes, it is. It's one of the reasons why so many people like it.
No. Due to its size, NAD+ is broken down in the digestive system and is not absorbed by
the cells in the gut. It is more beneficial to take NMN, as it is converted to NAD+ in our
body, where it can perform its beneficial functions.