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Is Liposomal NMN more bioavailable than other NMN?
If you are interested in trying to hold on to your youth for longer, you may have come across a range of products that claim to turn back or stop the clock on aging. Some of these products claim to remove wrinkles, while others offer exercises and serums to work on the problems. However, the most tempting products might be the ones that promise to increase your age.
Research on anti-aging treatments has grown since the World Health Organization has classified aging as a disease in the eleventh edition of the International Classification of Diseases. Researchers such as David Sinclair and George Church have recently been responsible for making crucial breakthroughs in the anti-aging field.
True anti-aging, however, works at the cellular level, not at the surface. The science behind anti-aging treatment attempts to slow down, stop, and even reverse the deteriorating immune system, memory processing, bone density, muscles, organ systems.
Anti-aging medicines attempt to regain or maintain the lost efficacy of these systems to improve the overall health of the aging individual and potentially increase their longevity. Such anti-aging medication often uses Nicotinamide Mononucleotide (NMN), a precursor to Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD+), an essential component for life. Nicotinamide mononucleotide is critical in the production of NAD+.
Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD+)
NAD+ is a substance found in all living cells. It is responsible for energy production and metabolism in the cell. It is critical in creating hormones, repairing damages in the body, facilitating the processes of muscle-building, and activating sirtuins (proteins that prevent aging).
As humans age, the level of NAD+ level in cells declines. In 2015, Zhu Xiao-Hong and his fellow researchers measured the decrease in NAD+ concentrations in a human brain throughout a person’s life. They showed the results in the following chart.
Figure 1 – Change in NAD+ concentration in the human brain
This chart shows that NAD+ steadily declines in cells of a human brain over the decades. These findings were in line with the conclusions of Hassina Massudi et al., who found out that NAD+ declined in males faster than females. Their results can be from Figure 2A (For males) and 2B (for Females).
Figure 2 – Gender differences in NAD+ decline
Figure 2 shows that while males experience the decline in NAD+ faster than females, everyone is affected by it. Losing NAD+ in cells over the years means that the functions performed by this substance get degraded in the living cells as time passes. Anti-aging medication tends to target the deficiency of NAD+ in cells.
Liposomes NMN
You might be wondering how exactly these medications improve NAD+ in human cells. For this purpose, traditional oral medicines are not effective because they do not deliver as their absorption and delivery rates are low.
That is why it is vital to rely on a different delivery method to ensure maximum absorption and delivery levels.
Liposomes provide everything needed to deliver the substances to the cells by increased absorption through the bloodstream. Furthermore, liposomes are made up of phospholipids, the same material that forms cell membranes. That is why liposomes do not break down in the stomach acid and can better bond with the cells and deliver the desired substances with greater efficacy. Marafi Ansam and the team have highlighted the various uses of liposomes in anti-aging treatments.
Best Liposome NMN Products for Anti-Aging
Having understood the way Liposome NMN products prevent anti-aging, you may be wondering which NMN Brand is best to buy. It is vital to choose the right product because many fake and harmful effects are in the market due to high demand. Here are three products that have been tried and tested and are market leaders in the field right now.
LIPO NMN – Powdered Liposomal NMN
Alivebyscience Liposomal NMN
The first product on the list is LIPO NMN from Alive by Science. There is a high demand for this product, which is why it is available for pre-order.
LIPO NMN is the perfect example of the wonders of medication based on the liposome delivery system.
The benefit of these capsules is that they provide more effective delivery of NMN to the cells because powdered liposome-based medicines are 6 times more bioavailable than liquid products.
LIPO NMN is based on the latest liposome technology that is highly effective and highly economical.
The capsules also contain the highest concentrated dose of NMN with 250 mg per capsule. Each bottle costs $94.95 and contains 90 capsules per bottle.
The product is safe to use because it does not require excessive dosages due to a more effective delivery system. The capsules contain particles of 50nm that have been freeze dried. Such small particles have the liposomal bilayer that allows the particles to go past the liver and interact with cells directly.
Lastly, users taking LIPO NMN do not need to rely on any extra medication to save themselves from side effects that come from other NAD+ drugs. The liposomal structure protects NAD+ from breaking down into NAM.
This substance can be harmful to the user if present in large amounts. Also, due to effective delivery, you do not need to take high dosages of the product.
ProHealth Longevity Pure NMN Pro Powder
The second product on the list is ProHealth Longevity Pure NMN Pro Powder. This is an NMN-based product that delivers NMN to the cells in order to help them make NAD+.
This product is administered by dissolving directly into the mouth to avoid digestion in stomach acids. It dissolves directly in the blood vessels in the mouth and under the tongue, bypassing the whole gastrointestinal tract.
It is different from the liposomal delivery system discussed above, so it has a relatively lower absorption rate. However, its absorption rate is still better than the NMN products that pass through the digestive system.
The presence of NMN in this supplement allows the user to reap the anti-aging benefits of NMN. The website provides safety certificates from third-party laboratories to ensure safety and effectiveness for the customers.
Double Wood NMN Capsules
The third and last item on the list is Double Wood NMN Capsules Supplements. These supplements contain NMN in the form of capsules. The delivery system of these capsules is traditional. That means that these supplements do not use liposomes to deliver NMN to the body.
The absorption rates of these supplements might be low, so it is recommended that you take up to 8 capsules throughout the day. At a minimum, the recommended dosage is two per day, with one capsule in the morning and one in the evening.
The low absorption rate is reflected in the price of this product. It is available at $48.95 per bottle of 60 capsules. Each capsule is 125 mg large.
There is a discount available for the customers who buy multiple bottles or opt for a subscription. The lower cost of this product might make it more attractive than other options.
Their website also easily provides safety certificates from third-party laboratories to ensure the safety of their products for the user.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Safe is NMN?
While the research on NMN is only a few years old, both human and animal trials have proven NMN to be safe.
Multiple independent studies have demonstrated that NMN is not toxic and perfectly safe to use.
It is important to choose the products that are free of contaminants and com from vendors that are reputable in the market.
What Are Possible Side Effects of Using NMN Products?
Studies have not reported any evident side effects from the usage of NMN supplements. Some users have reported mild side effects in the form of itchiness, dizziness, flushing, sweating, and leg cramps. However, these side effects are not lasting and can be managed by managing doses better.
Should Trimethylglycine (TMG) be Taken to Reduce Side Effects?
If you are concerned about the side effects, it is prudent to take TMG. It helps alleviate the side effects of NMN supplements. However, taking TMG is unnecessary for liposomal-based NMN supplements because of its low dosage requirement and high absorption rate.
What is the Best Dosage for NMN Supplements?
Typically, doses for NMN products start from 100 mg per day. Many users take up to 500 mg of NMN products without any issues. Recent studies have proven that NMN dosages up to even 1000 mg per day are safe for consumption. The best dosage depends upon the absorption rate of the product and your needs. Generally, it is recommended to take dosages of anywhere between 250-500 mg per day.
Is NMN Better than NR?
Both nicotinamide riboside (NR) and nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN) can form NAD+ in the body. However, NMN is preferred over NR because it has less strict requirements than the latter. Our bodies convert NR into NMN before it can be used. For this process, an enzyme known as NRK needs to work well. In less than ideal conditions, NRK doesn’t work effectively, and NR ends up getting wasted. Directly taking NMN is better because it gets converted into NAD+ needed by the cells without needing NRK.
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