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Pure NMN (30g)

Efficacious and affordable NAD precursor.

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from $58.00

Elevates NAD levels and provides health benefits.

NMN is a one-step NAD precursor that is converted into NAD by the NMN adenylyltransferase (NMNAT). However, not all NMN products are made equally. The quality of NMN products on the market is highly variable. Purity, stability, powder form can all have a major impact on efficacy and potential side effects. Our Accuri® Pure NMN supplements:
  • Highly pure (>99%) and efficacious
  • Known to elevate NAD levels
  • Boost energy and improve performance
  • Improve sleep quality
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Help organ functions

More Information About NMN

What is the best way to optimize NAD levels?

The most efficient way to optimize NAD levels is through oral supplementation with NAD precursors – building blocks that our cells use to make the NAD molecule. The main NAD precursors on the market include nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN) and nicotinamide riboside (NR). Our data indicate that NMN, especially our Accuri® Vitality Boost, is the most efficient way to raise NAD levels and gain many functional benefits.

Why should I choose the Pure NMN?

The Pure NMN product is a more affordable alternative to our flagship NAD supplement, the Jinfiniti Vitality Boost, a patent-pending NMN formulation with three other ingredients (creatine monohydrate, D-ribose and niacinamide) that synergize to elevate NAD levels and revitalize cells. For those individuals who do not want the formulation, pure NMN is a substitute option.

Is liposomal NMN better?

No. Liposomal formulation is not needed for supplements like NMN that is water soluble. Furthermore, a recent study has shown that accumulation of liposomes has serious side effect and one should avoid taking liposomal products that do not offer better efficacy.

Does IV infusion of NAD+ increase NAD levels?

The short answer is NO. Our clinical studies as shown on the right chart and data from consumers unambiguously demonstrate that intravenous infusion of NAD+ does not increase NAD levels at all.

There are potentially multiple reasons for this observation. First, the amount of infused NAD+ and the frequencies of infusion do not provide sufficient NAD+. Second, NAD+ is rapidly (within hours) degraded in the blood stream. Third, the NAD+ molecule is too big to get inside the cells. Therefore, NAD+ infusion is not the right choice for most consumers who wish to increase energy, performance, or longevity extension due to the high cost, lack of efficacy and potential side effects including rapid increase of C-reactive protein (CRP) after infusion in some 70% of customers. However, iv infusion of NAD+ could be an useful treatment for certain conditions and diseases including some neurological and infectious diseases.

Does subcutaneous injection of NAD+ elevate NAD levels?

Subcutaneous (SubQ) injection of NAD+ can only modestly elevate NAD levels but rarely increase it to the optimum levels for maximum benefits. The efficacy certainly depends on the dosage and frequency of injection. As shown on the right chart, all five SubQ NAD+ users have suboptimal NAD levels (blue bars), while oral supplementation with our Vitality Boost optimized their NAD levels within 4 weeks (green bars).

It is advised that SubQ users of NAD+ check their NAD levels to determine whether their protocol is working for them. Due to the high cost, invasive nature of injections, and insufficient efficacy for SubQ NAD+, it is much better to use oral NAD precursors to optimize NAD levels.

Does nicotinic acid (NA) or nicotinamide (NAM) increase NAD levels?

The answer to this question is complicated. Nicotinamide (NAM), also known as niacinamide or sometimes called niacin by some, is a very inefficient NAD precursor. Clinical trials have shown that NAM can modestly increase NAD levels in some individuals. However, it does not increase NAD levels at all in many users and only increase NAD to the optimum levels in a tiny fraction of the tested individuals. Nicotinic acid (NA), commonly called niacin, does not significantly increase NAD levels in most people but we have found extremely high and potentially harmful levels of NAD (>150μM) in a few individuals using high dose of niacin (500-2000mg daily). Niacin users should measure their NAD levels using our NAD test to find out whether their NAD levels are too low or too high.

Can I purchase NAD supplements from any vendor?

There are many different products, brands, and delivery routes. The products on the market are extremely variable in terms of efficacy, much of which has not been tested in clinical studies. Furthermore, a product that works well for one person may not work for others. You should find out whether your chosen product works for you by testing your NAD levels.

How do I take the NMN powder? What time of day? With or without food?

The NMN powder can easily be dissolved in water. The powder form is preferred because it does not contain any other substances or fillers that are normally used to make capsules, and the dosage can be adjusted easily. Simply dissolve the desired amount of powder in room temperature water and drink it slowly. Keeping the solution in the mouth for 30-60 seconds for each sip can increase absorption via the sublingual route and can be helpful for brain function. We recommend taking two doses daily, one in the early part of the day, and one in the evening. However, you can take the Vitality Boost at any time, with or without food. It is best to take the product before you feel tired and need a boost of energy. For those with sleeping issues, take it right before bedtime may help you sleep.

What is NAD?

NAD is a coenzyme found in all living cells. It plays an essential role in many cellular processes such as repairing damaged DNA to prevent cancer, getting rid of aging (senescent) cells, mitochondrial function, regulation of sleep and immune response, and reduction of inflammation and free radicals. NAD catalyzes reactions for more than 500 enzymes, including those involved in the production of cellular energy (ATP). Deficient NAD levels are linked to the loss of function and vitality as well as many age-related diseases.

What are the potential benefits of optimizing NAD levels?

NAD optimization is the first step to better health and longevity. There are numerous benefits, including increased energy, better sleep, improved performance, reduction in muscle and joint pains, enhanced immunity against infections, reduced inflammation, reduction in insulin resistance, clearer mental clarity, and improved liver and heart function. Actual benefits may vary from person to person, and individual health conditions may influence impact.

What are the signs of low NAD levels?

The most common signs include chronic fatigue, lack of energy, poor performance, lack of mental clarity, sleeping issues, and poor health in general. However, you may not show any symptoms while your NAD levels are already low.

At what age do NAD levels begin to decline?

For many, NAD levels experience a sharp decline around thirty years of age. Roughly 25% of very young individuals also have suboptimal or deficient NAD levels. The vast majority of people in their 40’s and older are deficient in NAD. The best way to determine whether you need to elevate NAD levels is by taking a Jinfiniti NAD test, the first and only NAD test available to doctors and customers.

Are NAD tests right for everyone?

Yes. All adults should take a NAD test to help determine whether their NAD level is within the optimum range or if supplementation is needed. If you already take NAD supplements or other products, a test will help determine whether or not they are working for you, and help you decide if you should change the product or dosage for better NAD optimization. This is essential because most NAD products on the market do not work as intended or cannot optimize NAD levels in most individuals.

Are there side effects or health risks to taking NAD supplements?

There are no known side effects associated with taking safe dosages of high-quality NAD supplements. We recommend caution for patients with active cancer because it is currently unknown whether NAD supplements are beneficial or harmful to cancer patients. NAD can boost antitumor immunity (good for survival) and possibly accelerate cancer cell proliferation (bad for cancer patients). You can find more information on this topic on our “Science” page.

Does it interfere with my current vitamin regimen?

NAD supplements may improve the efficacy of other supplements. Some people who are taking large doses of vitamin B3 (Niacin), a form of NAD precursors, may have high levels of NAD and do not need to take other NAD precursors.

Testing for NAD levels will help decide whether extra NAD supplementation is needed and how much.

Will I feel different or better once I have optimized my NAD levels?

Most people taking our Accuri® Vitality Boost feel a clear difference. The improvement may be immediate or may take 2-3 months, depending on each individual’s health condition. Generally, people who have severely deficient NAD levels and have increased their NAD to above 50µM (micromolar) notice clear improvements. However, people who already have relatively high NAD levels, and/or who do not have any specific complaints, may or may not experience a noticeable difference.

Can I have too much NAD?

Yes. NAD can be broken down into smaller pieces, called NAD metabolites. Two terminal NAD metabolites (2PY and 4PY) have recently been associated with higher vascular inflammation and cardiovascular disease risk in individuals taking niacin.  Our data suggest that safe NAD levels are  below 100μM. 

How would I know if I’m allergic to NAD supplements?

We are not aware of any allergic reactions to NMN products of high quality, and we do not expect allergic reactions to high-purity NMN or ingredients in our Vitality Boost. If you are concerned with potential allergic reactions to a product and want to try the product, you may want to start with a lower dose and gradually escalate the dosage over time to assure a smooth transition to optimized NAD.

Once my NAD levels are optimized, do I need to continue with supplements?

Yes, it is recommended to continue taking the supplement after NAD optimization. After four weeks of stopping NAD supplementation, levels typically return to baseline, sub-optimal levels.

How often should I test my NAD level?

It usually takes only 2-4 weeks for the supplements to raise your NAD. It’s ideal to take a NAD test before starting a NAD optimization program. Then, to make sure that your chosen product is working, we advise another test at about the four-week mark. Once your NAD is optimized, you only need to test again 2-3 times a year. You may need to test with different regularity if your health status has significantly changed, or you have changed the types and dosage of NAD products, or other supplements, medicines, or lifestyle.

At what age should I begin to take NAD supplements?

The proportion of people with NAD deficiencies increases with age. Some young children already have suboptimal NAD levels and require NAD supplementation. There is no upper age limit to NAD supplementation.

There is very limited available data on the safety of NMN in children. Our own experience indicates that NMN is very safe for very young children although the dosage should be proportionally reduced based on body weight. We recommend testing NAD levels before considering NAD supplementation for children.

Does NAD interact in any way with prescription drugs I may be taking?

There are no known adverse interactions between NMN and prescription drugs. Data suggests that NAD optimization may improve the efficacy of certain health procedures, such as therapies for inflammation and oxidative stress and cellular senescence. Further studies are needed to define these potential benefits.

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