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NMN Supplements: Uses, Side Effects, Dosage and Warning

  Nicotinamide Mononucleotide is hailed as the “Fountain of Youth” due to its anti-aging properties. This is backed up by scientific research and evidence from the laboratories. It is a part of the nucleotides family and is found in many foods. But how much should one consume NMN and are there any risks involved? See…

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Benefits of using nicotinamide riboside (NR) supplements

Along with researches going on, people who spend a lot on buying different anti-aging creams, surgeries. These are all externally making you look younger than the age. Besides the most important thing is you should be healthier internally and on a cellular basis.   So, NR supplements are the one that repairs your damaged cellulose…

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New Apple Watch Series Bring Selling Opportunities for Band Makers

Many people have termed Apple Inc., the industry leader in terms of innovations. Well, it would be difficult for anyone to argue against this assertion given the milestones the company has achieved. Notably, the company introduced the first smartphone back in 2007 and about 7 years later, the firm came up with smartwatches that perform…

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What Is Sleep Hygiene? 11 Steps to a Better Night’s Sleep

Nothing is better than a good night’s sleep. But while we all wish we could sleep well every night, about 1 in 3 people suffer from mild to severe insomnia. One of the leading factors that can cause insomnia is poor sleep hygiene. Sleep hygiene refers to the routine you establish before bedtime, which can…

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NAD+ Intermediates: The Biology and Therapeutic Potential of NMN and NR

NMN is synthesized from nicotinamide, a form of water-soluble vitamin B3, and 50-phosphoribosyl-1-pyrophosphate (PRPP), by NAMPT, the rate-limiting NAD+ biosynthetic enzyme in mam- mals (Figure 1A) (Imai and Yoshino, 2013; Revollo et al., 2004; Wang et al., 2006). NMN is also synthesized from NR via an NRK-mediated phosphorylation reaction, which is discussed further in the…

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