Vitamins with NMN
What is NMN and what is it for?
NMN (nicotinamide mononucleotide) is a component of vitamin B3, which is initially present in the cells of the body, but its number decreases significantly with age.
A decrease in the level of NMN slows down the vital functions of the body, leading to the appearance of many adverse symptoms of age-related diseases.
NMN is an important coenzyme necessary for cellular function. It restores DNA and cells, significantly slows down the aging of bones, eyes, liver and the whole body as a whole, supports and improves the functioning of mitochondria in cells and prevents skin aging.
NMN is known as the "longevity gene". It regulates sirtuin proteins, which are responsible for aging and longevity. It is they who repair DNA damage, increase longevity and metabolic accuracy, and preserve youth. Sirtuins cannot be taken ready-made, because they are not absorbed by the body. But they can be activated using NMN.
The effect of NMN on the human body
- resists aging by repairing damaged DNA chains;
- activates sirtuins necessary for the functioning of longevity genes;
- eliminates signs of tissue aging;
- improves the health and functioning of the brain and cardiovascular system; increases energy metabolism;
- eliminates the appearance of cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease.
To whom and for how long to take?
Its reception is extremely important for anyone from the age of 35-40 years on a daily basis.
To get a daily allowance, you need to eat about 40 kg of broccoli or 300 avocados.
With daily intake of NMN supplements, you can quickly restore energy, protect yourself from premature aging and reduce the risk of cardiovascular and age-related diseases.