Royal-Pets Cat NMN 1350NAD+-45 Caps
Harvard research – Reviving youth & vitality
In a study by Harvard University, a group of 20-month-old mice-the rough equivalent of 70 in human years-given NMN over two months showed between 56% and 80% greater exercise capacity compared with untreated mice.
Why cats require NMN supplementation?
Nicotinamide Mononucleotide (NMN) is the direct precursor to NAD+. Studies have shown that continuous NMN supplementation increases NAD+ levels in the body, which can activate anti-aging and longevity genes SIRT, improve mitochondrial function, decrease cell apoptosis and senescence, promote cellular regeneration and self-repair, and resist DNA damage, hence supporting normal bodily functions and general well-being.
What is NAD+?
As an essential coenzyme in mammals, NAD+ is crucial to many biological processes and a vital fuel to DNA and cellular repair. NAD+ levels decline as cats age, leading to slower metabolism, functional degeneration, cellular aging and impaired mitochondrial function.