Hboroughs wrote:I have listened with great interest to multiple podcasts with David Sinclair, and I know others here have as well. His information on NR and NMN were very interesting (financial conflict of interest aside). Can anyone here report extended use of either supplement and how labs have been affected? I did try niacinimide a year ago and it elevated my glucose levels significantly (20+ points) so I stopped using it. I wonder if NR or NMN would have a similar effect.
Given the apoe4 tendency away from longevity, learning more about possibly increasing healthspan is intriguing. Main concerns are adverse effects with exercise and cancer promotion.
Would love thoughts from the group.
NAD+ precursors are known to stimulate mitophagy. Bohr said an advantage of this dietary supplement is that it has few side effects. NAD+ precursors are beginning to be evaluated for neurodegenerative and other conditions
Plumster wrote:Here's a link to NAD+ and Alzheimer's treatment:
https://www.alzforum.org/news/research- ... rs-diseaseNAD+ precursors are known to stimulate mitophagy. Bohr said an advantage of this dietary supplement is that it has few side effects. NAD+ precursors are beginning to be evaluated for neurodegenerative and other conditions
Also, I tried Thorne's Resveracel with Niagen, Quercetin and TMG the other day and I was wired all day! Too much methyl in one dose for this COMT++. I am now looking at Life Extension's NAD+ and combining it with resveratrol and fat in the diet.
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