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    NMN // NAD+ Antiaging

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    // NOTICE: NICE SUPPLEMENT CO. NMN WILL BE OOS UNTIL AUGUST AT THE EARLIEST DUE TO MANUFACTURER DELAYS //

    // UNTIL THEN WE HAVE PLENTY OF LEVIATHAN NUTRITION NMN HERE //

    Nice Supplement Co. 500mg NMN  - Anti-Aging via increased NAD+ production

    30 Capsules per bottle OR 60 Capsules per bottle, 1 capsule per serve (30 servings OR 60 servings). Every serve includes:

    • Nicotinamide Mononucleotide (500mg)

    Nicotinamide mononucleotide, commonly known by it's abreviation "NMN" is a naturally occurring compound in the body derived from Vitamin B3. 
    NMN is a direct precursor to NAD+, which is an essential to numerous cellular metabolic functions. Because NAD+ production decreases as you age, supplementing with NMN can be valuable to maintain high levels.

    Higher NAD+ levels are associated with:

    • Improved sirtuin activity for DNA activation and maintenance;
    • Improved cognition;
    • Improved insulin sensitivity;
    • Improved cardiovascular and organ function.

    It is for these reasons that NMN is increasingly looked to as a key compound associated with better genomic integrity and healthy aging.

    Recommended Use

    As a dietary supplement: Persons under 50 take ONE capsule daily in the morning. Persons over 50 should take TWO capsules daily in the morning. 

    For an optimal pairing, take alongside Trans-resveratrol and a source of dietary fats to ensure best Trans-resveratrol absorption.

    Further Reading:

    If you're keen for some further reading on NMN, below are a few research articles we frequently recommend as an introduction.

    "NAD+ intermediates: The biology and therapeutic potential of NMN and NR" (Cell, 2017)

    "NAD+ in Brain Aging and Neurodegenerative Disorders" (Cell, 2019)

    "Sirtuins and NAD+ in the Development and Treatment of Metabolic and Cardiovascular Diseases" (Circulation Research, 2018)