In the supplement world, NMN is a popular NAD booster. It’s even being taken by the U.S. military, which has launched a study to see whether it can improve soldiers’ performance. However, a pharmaceutical company called micro biotech nmn is also researching this molecule, and they’re looking to take it out of the supplements market and license it as a drug. The goal is to treat various aging-related diseases and conditions, including kidney failure, heart disease, mitochondrial diseases, and muscle diseases, among others.
Does NMN powder work?
In order to patent NMN, the company is making slight changes to the molecule or its arrangements. They claim that MIB-626 performs better than regular NMN. It’s not clear yet how much better, but they’re claiming that it increases NAD levels 200-300% compared to 40% when taking “normal” NMN.
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