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NMN?
What kind of substance is that?

NMN, which is short for nicotinamide mononucleotide, is a substance generated naturally in your body from vitamin B3 and plays a vital role in the activity of the cells.
NMN is a precursor of NAD (nicotinamide dinucleotide), a coenzyme that exists in the cells of all organisms. NMN is created in your body from vitamin B3 naturally, but your body gradually loses its ability to generate it as you get older.
In 2011, a world authority on NMN, Professor Shin-ichiro Imai (Washington University in St. Louis, Department of Behavioral Biology, School of Medicine, Missouri, US), reported its existence and effects.

What foods are rich in NMN?

NMN is contained in vegetables like edamame, broccoli or avocado, fruits and seeds, among others. However, with age we lose our ability to create NMN, and the amount of NMN we can receive from our diet is just not enough.
If you want to take 150 mg of NMN, you would need to ingest 12000 edamame beans or 2400 heads of broccoli
, which is obviously far beyond what your stomach can take, so the best you can do is turning to NMN supplements and products.

Applications of NMN

NMN can have anti-aging effects. If it acts on certain genes, it could prevent aging, and rejuvenate. These genes are the sirtuins,the longevity genes, and they exist all over your body. We all have them, andsirtuin genesare considered to prevent aging and prolong lifespan. Please refer to the section regarding the main effects of NMN that research expects to unveil.

Inhibition of body weight

Inhibition of bone density decrease

Improvement of
insulin sensitivity

Inhibition of decline of cognitive functions

Anti-aging action

The results of NMN research, which is ongoing at a global scale, are in the spotlight because this is a next-generation component that could rejuvenate us from a genetic level as it provides energy to the sirtuin genes.

What’s the effective way 
to take NMN?

The world-leading authority on NMN, Professor Shin-ichiro Imai thinks it is reasonable to take 300-500 mg of NMN per day. He says he could verify the effects with an intake of 250 mg per day in his first clinical trial carried out at Washington University, but this does not necessarily mean effects could be obtained with a higher dose.
Also, NAD fluctuates to suit our circadian rhythm (our body clock), so according to Professor Imai, it is a good idea to take NMN capsules when we are the most active, which is usually some time between early morning to midday.

3 ways to take 300 mg
of NMN per day

Edamame
24000 to 30000 beans

Broccoli
4800 to 6000 heads

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