Nicotinamide Mononucleotide (60 x 125 mg capsules)
- SUPPORTS HEALTHY AGING - Studies have shown NMN supports DNA repair and supports the SIRTUN genes that have been linked with healthy aging.
- SUPPORTS ENERGY METABOLISM - Research has shown NMN may support age-related bodily energy production.
- SUPPORTS NAD+ PRODUCTION - NMN is orally bioavailable and has been shown to support levels of NAD+ in the liver and muscle tissue.
- MADE IN THE USA - Our Nicotinamide Mononucleotide is manufactured right here in the USA at a cGMP certified lab.
Nicotinamide Mononucleotide (NMN) is a naturally occurring metabolite that can be found in small amounts in the human body and is found in small amounts in some foods. NMN has been found to be very orally bioavailable, and to support NAD+ levels within liver and muscle tissue.
Recent research has suggested that NMN may support healthy heart function, bodily energy production, brain health, and well as eye and bone health. One of the most exciting findings of NMN research is that it may support DNA repair and promote the SIRTUIN genes which are believed to play a role in healthy aging.
The generally recommended dosage of Nicotinamide Mononucleotide is anywhere between 250 – 1500 mg per day. As this is an expensive compound to produce and cost is an issue for many people, we recommend a dosage of 250 – 500 mg per day.
NMN is absorbed extremely quickly and has a short half-life, so to keep NAD+ levels high for as much of the day as possible it’s recommended to take one 125 mg capsule on waking and another in the afternoon if taking 250 mg per day.
If taking a higher dose, you’d want to take one 125 mg capsule in the morning and continue to take more an additional capsules every 1-3 hours depending on the total dose you’re aiming for.
Nicotinamide Mononucleotide Side Effects
While Nicotinamide Mononucleotide is a fairly new supplement and research is ongoing, studies performed so far have shown it to be very safe and non-toxic.
Side effects are rare, but itchiness, dizziness, sweating, and nausea have been reported in some cases. Please consult your physician before taking NMN.