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Nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN) is imported into human cells by the human body's special transporter outside the cell. In cells, NMN is converted to NAD+, the oxidized form of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD).


NAD is an important coenzyme in our human metabolism and participates in redox reactions in cells. The oxidized NAD+ enters the tricarboxylic acid cycle (also known as the Krebs Cycle) to produce adenosine triphosphate (ATP). ATP, also known as "Energy Currency", is an important carrier of energy in our body, . ATP promotes various biochemical reactions in the human body.

Therefore, NMN is an important precursor of our energy storage carrier, and the supplementation of NMN plays an important role in the normal functions of our bodies .


Production of NAD+ decreases as we age, which means our energy production decreases. Therefore, NAD+ is also an indicator of aging. At the same time, NAD+ also has the function of DNA repair. If DNA repair is reduced, the cells will naturally age faster.


NMN can supplement NAD + and has many benefits for human health, such as: 

 1. Preventing cardiovascular disease: NMN increases NAD+ levels, reduces age-related arterial changes, reduces arterial stiffness, reduces risk of hypertension and other cardiovascular disease risks.

 2. Anti-cancer: Raising NAD+ levels can promote DNA repair and resist oxidative stress, reducing the risk of carcinogenesis.

 3. Improving muscle strength: Increasing NAD+ levels improves muscle strength, muscular endurance, and slows muscle degeneration.

 4. Delaying dementia: NAD+ promotes the production of the protein PGC-1-alpha, which protects brain cells from oxidative stress and also prevents mitochondria, the energy-producing center of cells, from dysfunction. This reduces the risk factors for Alzheimer's Disease and Parkinson's Disease.


In summary, NMN is a powerful tool for fighting diseases and anti-aging.

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