6 Aug 2023
Collection of links to the latest studies completed on the benefits of taking NMN
There has been some great recent studies on the health benefits of NMN!
Nicotinamide mononucleotide, or NMN for short, is a derivative of Vitamin B3. In the body, it is a precursor to NAD. Taking NMN as a supplement is safe, and it raises your NAD levels.NMN reverses vascular ageing, stimulates blood vessel growth and boosts stamina and endurance. It also reduces the physical and neurological decline associated with ageing.
NMN has lots of possible benefits when it comes to health including:
Reducing the effects of diabetes
Reversing the effects of liver conditions
Improving brain health
Improving heart health
Aiding in exercise training
Improving sleep quality
NMN Reduces Weight, Cholesterol, and Blood Pressure in Overweight Adults: Harvard Study:
A Daily 2,000 mg dose of nicotinamide nucleotide (NMN) for 28 days cuts body weight in overweight or obese middle-aged and older adults.NMN lowers total blood cholesterol, including low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, linked to blood vessel cholesterol buildup.Diastolic blood pressure is lowered by NMN, indicating that it can lower blood pressure.
NMN Reduces Inflammation and Restores Cognitive Function:
Injecting 500 mg/kg of NMN into the bloodstream of septic mice raises NAD+ and SIRT1 levels in the hippocampus — the region of the brain that consolidates memories. NMN treatment alleviates the cognitive impairments triggered by sepsis-mediated inflammation. Treatment with NMN reduces brain inflammation and oxidative stress — a defect that accompanies inflammation in wreaking havoc on organs and tissues at the cellular level.
Japanese Clinical Study Demonstrates NMN's Insulin-Promoting Effect:
Eleven healthy adults who took 250 mg of NMN for 12 weeks displayed a fivefold increase in blood serum insulin levels after two months.The supplementation regimen substantially raised blood plasma NAD+ levels after the first month, which tapered off with continued NMN usage.The study showed for the first time that taking NMN increases blood plasma NMN levels, a phenomenon not observed in whole blood, for distribution to cells and tissues throughout the body.
Study link: NMN.com