Nicotinamide Mononucleotide (NMN) is a natural compound that can be found in small amounts in some foods. It is a revolutionary Vitamin B3 derivative that has been suggested to fight age related symptoms. Studies have shown that NMN is orally bioavailable, and supports NAD+ levels within liver and muscle tissue.
Researchers have recently suggested that NMN may support energy production, brain health, heart function and bone health amongst other benefits. Most importantly, recent studies in mice point to NMN as the supportive factor for DNA repair and SIRTUIN activation. SIRTUINS are a group of genes that have been shown to be involved in healthy aging, supporting many cellular processes.
All NMN Bio products are manufactured in an ISO9001 facility in the UK, are subject to independent testing and are stored in a cool, dry place to avoid degradation.
About the company
NMN Bio was founded by a scientist. They test, encapsulate, package and store their products in the UK. Their mission is to bring the highest quality, anti-aging supplements to consumers over 30, while contributing to the extension of their lifespan. NMN Bio is committed to transparency in supply chain and their mission is to bring a whole range of longevity-supporting products to the market in the next 2 years.
About the founder
Dr. Elena Seranova holds an MSc in Translational Neuroscience from the University of Sheffield and a PhD in Stem Cell Biology and Autophagy from the University of Birmingham, UK. After her research led her into studying the biology of NAD+ and aging, she struggled to find a reliable provider for her own NAD+ boosting supplements. This is how NMN Bio started, with the vision to provide consumers with supplements whose quality is second to none. Dr Seranova is committed to dissemination of information related to healthy lifestyle and overall health improvements, and thus supports the NMN Bio brand personally through interviews and her social media presence. The paradigm shift that she advocates is the one where aging is viewed as a disease rather than an inevitability. And this means that one day, aging could be treated, just like any other disease.