- What is NAD
- Dirty genes and NAD
- What are SIRTUINS?
- What is Autophagy?
- Presentation start: How NMN, NAD + Autophagy Are Related
- CD38 and its relationship with Sirtuins and NAD
- Age and when your faculties, hormones and energy decline
- How can we activate autophagy naturally?
So why have any concerns at all been raised linking NMN to cancer? A 2013 study published in Cell, revealed the remarkable anti-ageing impact increasing NAD+ levels had on cell tissue in mice. The same study identified intriguing changes relating to a molecule called HIF-1, now considered to be switched on by both the ageing process and some cancers.
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As NAD+ boosters and particularly NMN have gained a lot of popularity in the past year, there is a lot of information out there as to what's the best way to supplement with NMN.
Let's break down what's the optimal way to take NMN according to your age.
NAD+ is an essential coenzyme required to keep us healthy. Put simply, if our NAD+ levels dropped to zero our bodies would survive less than a minute! Research shows NAD+ levels decrease as we age, and scientists are discovering that taking NAD+ boosters NMN and NR look likely to reverse many signs of ageing.
Is NMN safe for human consumption though?
If a worldwide pandemic leads to anything, it is millions more grey hairs. Behind the scenes, though, some exciting scientific developments are emerging from this chaotic year - and reversing grey hair by supplementing with NMN may just be one of them.