NMN.eu is the source for NMN and NAD+

NMN stands for Nicotinamide MonoNucleotide and is a natural vitamin B3 metabolite that occurs naturally in our body and plays a role in the prevention of cell aging

NMN is found in small amounts in certain vegetables and fruits, such as avocados, broccoli, cabbage and cucumbers. 

NMN supplementation has been studied in animal models as a potential nerve cell protection and anti-aging agent. 

NMN supplementation appears to compensate for cells' loss of energy production as they age, reducing signs of aging such as weight gain, loss of mobility, and low energy.

Nicotinamide Mononucleotide molecule

Nicotinamide Mononucleotide molecule NMN falls into a category of nutritional supplements known as "NAD boosters". 
NMN is the direct precursor of the essential molecule Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD +) and is considered a key molecule to increase NAD + levels in cells. 
NAD + is required for every cell of the body to facilitate energy production. 

As we age, our natural defenses and the ability to produce NAD+ diminish significantly. That results in lower NAD levels and a reduction in quality of life.

Anti-Aging: NMN boosts NAD+-levels to promote healthy aging by repairing damaged DNA.

Cognitive function support: NMN may help to enhance brain function, promote metabolism and better sleep.

Increase energy: NMN may increase cell vitality, relieve fatigue and make your day full of energy.

Can NMN reverse aging?

David A. Sinclair, PhD, is a professor in the Department of Genetics at Harvard Medical School. His work focuses on understanding the mechanisms that drive human aging and identifying ways to slow or reverse aging's effects.
His work on NMN has implications for human metabolism, mitochondrial and neurological health.

In this 2 minute video dr. Sinclair explains how NMN can delay or even reverse aging.