What is nicotinamide mononucleotide?
A nicotinamide mononucleotide is an organic molecule, or a nucleotide, which is found in many human nutrient sources, including milk. Previous studies have shown that it can delay aging because it activates deacetylases in the body. The function of this type of protein diminishes as the body ages.
Product Name: β-nicotinamide single nucleotide
Standard: Enterprise Standard
Natural / Synthetic: Synthesis
Level: Pharmaceutical grade
Appearance: white powder
Number of meshes: 80
Packing: 1KG/aluminum foil bag detachable
Category: Plant extracts
Deferred products: health products
Use: health care, repair, and delay aging
The University of Keio and the University of Washington announced on July 11 that it will conduct clinical research to confirm the safety of nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN), and plans to use it as a nutritious food in the future. . Previous animal studies have indicated that "nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN)" can exert anti-aging effects.
NMN is converted into a "nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD)" substance essential for energy metabolism in the body. In a mouse experiment, it was confirmed that NMN can activate a gene called acetylase in the body, thereby exerting effects such as prolonging life and treating diabetes. NAD is a substance that can be produced by the human body. Studies have shown that the NAD content in the body decreases with age.
This clinical trial will target 10 healthy men aged 40-60 years, ingesting NMN and studying their safety and absorption methods. Professor Ito Yu of Keio University (Internal Medicine) said that in the case of confirming safety, it will be explored whether the substance can have an effect on the function of internal organs that weaken with age.
The global anti-aging market currently has a $30 billion share and will grow at a rate of 7% each year in the future. The online trading share may rise even more. This study is the world's first trial of nicotinamide mononucleotide for humans. If it can be successfully confirmed, nicotinamide mononucleotides will be more widely used in the prevention and treatment of aging diseases.
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