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Is there Really an Anti-Aging Molecule?

It may sound like science fiction, but the reality is that in 2021 it is science fact. As of June of 2018, The World Health Organization (WHO) released the 11th edition of Classification of Diseases for the first-time adding aging as a disease.

Where there is a disease (a question) there is ultimately a cure (answer).

We have found a specific molecule, NMN (Nicotinamide mononucleotide) which occurs naturally in all life forms. It is a structural unit of RNA. It is the precursor of NAD+ (the essential molecule nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide). NAD+ is an essential coenzyme required for cellular function. Enzymes are catalysts that create biochemical reactions. Coenzymes are ‘helper’ molecules all enzymes need to function. 

In other words. These helpers speed up the replication and replacement in cellular production. They help shed older damaged or dead cells and make new healthy ones to take their places. This leads to boosted health, feeling better, feeling younger, and even looking more youthful. It literally boosts production and upregulates repair, so healing takes place more like it did when you were younger in years.

Studies show that by middle age our natural NAD+ levels are half of what they were as children and that by supplementing with NMN of a pharmaceutical grade can help replenish those levels. The results can be astounding and dramatic.

Taken orally, in a supplement such as With-N Cell Renewal from RenovoVita, NMN is rapidly absorbed and converted to NAD+. In numerous studies, supplementation with NMN has increased NAD+ biosynthesis, suppressed age-related inflammation, and enhanced cellular reproduction and increased brain activity.

Scientists who study aging agree that Supplementing NMN may be an effective nutraceutical intervention, with beneficial effects on a wide array of physiological functions.

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