NMN or Nicotinamide Mononucleotide has been shown to serve as a fuel and energy source in our cellular processes in addition to cellular regeneration. British singer and pop star Adele recently revealed the secret behind her diet, which was based on a sirtuin diet called the Sirtfood diet. But why bother drastically with a sirtuin diet, which has harsh rules and can lead to a yo-yo effect once it’s over? What are sirtuins anyway and what do they have in common with NMN?
They are enzymes that remove all sorts of waste substances from the body, plus they boost cellular energy. All living organisms have them in them, even viruses. If there is a reduction in food intake, sirtuins begin to activate. Now we will look at what sirtuins have in common with NMN.
NMN is a naturally occurring molecule in our body that increases NAD+ levels found in all cells and alleviates many of the factors associated with aging. The body needs to continuously produce NAD+ to continue more cellular processes and prevent cell damage. Without NAD+, sirtuins also
cannot function properly. Thanks to NMN, there is an increase in NAD+ that activates the sirtuins. NAD+ is used by these enzymes as fuel to stay active, which extends cell life and speeds up metabolism. Unfortunately, as we age, our bodies produce less and less NAD+, and when it is deficient, cell degeneration and subsequent aging occurs.
Active ingredients in one capsule:
Nicotinamide mononucleotide (400mg)
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