Specification: 99%(White Powder)
Test method: HPLC
Product Main Quality Items：
Contents(Calculated on dry basis by HPLC)
Maximum absorption wave length
Storage: Store in cool and dry place and keep away from strong direct light and heat
Shelf Life: Two years when properly stored
Applications and Health Benefits:
What is NMN(Nicotinamide mononucleotide)?
Nicotinamide mononucleotide ("NMN" and "β-NMN") is a nucleotide derived from ribose and nicotinamide. NMN is a derivative of niacin, and humans have enzymes that can use NMN to generate nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NADH).
Because NADH is a cofactor for processes inside mitochondria, for sirtuins, and for PARP,
NAD+ acts as fuel for many key biological processes, such as Converting food into energy, Repairing damaged DNA, Fortifying cells’ defense systems, Setting your body’s internal clock or circadian rhythm. However, the amount of NAD+ in our body naturally falls with age.
Low NAD+ levels have been linked to health concerns like aging and chronic illnesses, such as diabetes, heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease and vision loss.
Health Benefits of NMN(Nicotinamide mononucleotide)
1. NMN helps increase NAD+ levels in your body.
NMN helps increase NAD+ levels in your body. In response, NAD+ activates certain enzymes that may promote healthy aging.
One group is sirtuins, which appear to improve lifespan and overall health in animals. Studies indicate that sirtuins may repair damaged DNA, boost stress resistance, reduce inflammation and offer other benefits that promote healthy aging. Sirtuins are also responsible for the lifespan-extending benefits of calorie restriction.
2. NMN Help Protect Brain Cells
NAD+ plays a key role in helping your brain cells age well.
Within brain cells, NAD+ helps control the production of PGC-1-alpha, a protein that appears to help protect cells against oxidative stress and impaired mitochondrial function.
Researchers believe both oxidative stress and impaired mitochondrial function are linked to age-related brain disorders such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.
In mice with Alzheimer’s disease, NMN raised brain NAD+ levels and PGC-1-alpha production by up to 70% and 50%, respectively. By the end of the study, the mice performed significantly better in memory-based tasks.
3. NMN May Lower Heart Disease Risk
Aging is a major risk factor for heart disease, which is the world's leading cause of death. It can cause blood vessels like your aorta to become thicker, stiffer and less flexible. Such changes can raise blood pressure levels and make your heart work harder.
In animals, raising NAD+ helped reverse age-related changes to arteries.
In humans, NMN raised NAD+ levels, helped reduce stiffness in the aorta and lowered systolic blood pressure in adults at risk of high blood pressure.