NMN & NAD+ PRECURSORS

Large Variation Between Individuals in Response to NMN Supplementation

“Because of the high interindividual variability of the NADΔ after NMN supplementation, monitoring NAD concentration [...]

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NMN (250 mg/day) Improves Sleep and Walking Speed in Older Adults

“These results indicate that NMN intake could increase blood NAD + levels, maintain walking speed, and improve [...]

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NMN and NR Alleviate Ovarian Aging in Rats

A recent study investigated the effects of NMN and NR on ovary health and function [...]

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NMN Nanoparticles Outperform Free NMN for Anti-Aging in Mice

This study investigated the potential of NMN-loaded nanoparticles to prevent age-related decline in a model [...]

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NAD+ Nanoparticle Injection Decreased Blood Vessel Damage In Rats

A new study found injection of NAD+ using a novel liposome-like nano-particle carrier reduced overgrowth [...]

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LATEST ARTICLES

Neuroprotective Effects of NAD+ Nasal Spray

"Compared to traditional routes, the nasal administration of drugs can direct the rapid CNS absorption to brain tissues, thereby circumventing the hepatic first-pass metabolism and gastric degradation and allowing fast onset of pharmacological action."

NAD+ Injections Guard Against Heart Failure in Rats and Beagles

“This study, involving rat and beagle MI-induced HF models, indicated that NAD+ significantly improves myocardial hypertrophy and cardiac function, inhibits myocardial fibrosis, and reduces the myocardial infarction rate.”

NMN Protects Skin and Improves Prognosis in Psoriatic Mice

“We demonstrated that NMN could ameliorate psoriasis-like symptoms and inflammation in an IMQ-stimulated mouse model and improve therapeutic prognoses by activating the SIRT1 pathway.”

Higher NMN levels in breast milk linked to better neurodevelopment in offspring

“NMN had the highest concentrations in breast milk among the NAD-related substances. We demonstrated, for the first time, a positive relationship between NMN concentrations in breast milk and the neurodevelopmental outcome of a child.”