NMN -- a hot topic in anti-aging research
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In fact, after returning to our daily life, the nutrients (protein, fat, sugar, minerals, vitamins, etc.) in the food we eat every day will be transformed into the components of our cells after they enter the human body. They can synthesize our genes, collagen, immune antibodies, etc., or generate energy for cell utilization, which can only be realized by coenzyme InaD +

With the increase of age, the level of NAD + drops sharply, causing various aging symptoms. Such as memory loss, cardiovascular dysfunction, low immunity, poor sleep quality, energy loss, constipation, hair loss and loss of appetite. In fact, NMN, also known as β- Nicotinamide mononucleotide is the direct precursor of anti-aging factor NAD +. A laboratory study at Keio University in Japan found that NMN, the precursor of NAD +, can restore the proliferative capacity of inactive senescent cells, while NAD + can successfully restore its cell activity

In recent years, NMN has been one of the hot topics in the field of aging research. Scientists have long confirmed that the level of NAD + in the human body will decrease with age, which may lead to a series of pathological and physiological changes. As the direct precursor of NAD +, NMN can directly supplement NAD + in human body without considering the problem that NAD + molecules are too large to be directly supplemented. The results are the basis of introducing NMN

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