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      07-18-2021, 09:25 PM   #1
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Anyone have any experience or thoughts on
nicotinamide mononucleotide (aka NMN) and
nicotinamide riboside (aka NR) supplementation?

initial studies seemed promising however more recent have suggested a causual link if these compounds accelerating the growth of existing cancer cells.

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https://www.elysiumhealth.com/en-us/...ors-measure-up

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41392-020-00354-w

https://www.truniagen.com/products/
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I did a deep dive on this a couple years ago, tried a Niagen (NR) + Collegen called Nectar7. Energy levels always feel subjective to me, but it did have noticeable results on my skin. It is a form of Niacin and has the same benefits and also, like a lot of supplements, a caution about the dosages. Chris Masterjohn gives the best breakdowns on how various supplements actually work and what to be aware of when taking them.


I ultimately came to the same conclusion as him, it's always best to get vitamins and minerals from real whole foods, but there are times when a supplement can help if you view it as it's name implies, to supplement the other things you're doing health wise and not as a magic bullet.

The real magic bullets don't cost anything and don't come in a bottle, they're low carb/keto + fasting.
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I did a deep dive on this a couple years ago, tried a Niagen (NR) + Collegen called Nectar7. Energy levels always feel subjective to me, but it did have noticeable results on my skin. It is a form of Niacin and has the same benefits and also, like a lot of supplements, a caution about the dosages. Chris Masterjohn gives the best breakdowns on how various supplements actually work and what to be aware of when taking them.


I ultimately came to the same conclusion as him, it's always best to get vitamins and minerals from real whole foods, but there are times when a supplement can help if you view it as it's name implies, to supplement the other things you're doing health wise and not as a magic bullet.

The real magic bullets don't cost anything and don't come in a bottle, they're low carb/keto + fasting.
thx for the response
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