Q: What is NMN?
NMN, or Nicotinamide Mononucleotide, is a naturally occurring compound that plays a crucial role in cellular energy production. It is a derivative of niacin, also known as vitamin B3. NMN is involved in the production of a molecule called NAD+ (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide). NAD+ is important for various cellular functions, including DNA repair and maintenance, metabolism, and overall cellular health. NMN is often used as a supplement to support healthy aging and promote cellular energy metabolism.
Q: Where is nmn comes from?
1. Widely Distributed In Daily Food
2. All Kinds Of Health Products
Q: What are the benefits of NMN?
1. Repair DNA damage
DNA repair may sound fantastic, but in fact it is a normal physiological activity of cells that occurs all the time. Under the influence of the outside world, cells will be damaged at the gene level when they carry out metabolic activities. If left unchecked, in addition to losing normal physiological activities, they may also become cancerous.
2. Improve sleep
According to a survey released by the China Sleep Research Association, the incidence of insomnia among adults in my country is as high as 38.2%. There are many reasons for insomnia. As we age and the pressure of life and work increases, our body is more prone to sleep problems.
3. Promote metabolism
Metabolism is a collection of chemical reactions that sustain life in an organism, and is the general term for chemical reactions that sustain life in an organism. NAD+ is an important coenzyme of the tricarboxylic acid cycle in the metabolic process of cellular substances, supplementing NAD+ will promote the body to produce more energy while metabolizing energy substances (glucose, fat and protein). The effect that can be felt intuitively is that the cell metabolism is accelerated and the function is enhanced.
4.Improve female fertility
Due to the increasing social pressure and more and more independent women, more and more people are getting married at a later age and have missed the best reproductive age. An experimental report published by Columbia University in the United States showed that after the age of 35, the number and quality of eggs began to decline for most women.