A new study shows that increased levels in the brain of a molecule called Slc128a, which transports NMN into cells, reduces a type of muscle decline in older adults called sarcopenia.
As we age, the risk for clogged arteries, brittle blood vessels, and heart failure increase. A recent study looking at the DNA in numerous individual heart cells tells the story of why this occurs.
NAD+ is involved in several processes that stop humans from aging such as reducing inflammation, aiding in DNA repair, conducting correct signaling, cell division, energy production, and regulation in mitochondria. etc.