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YesNutri SUPRA NMN

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YesNutri SUPRA NMN

 

YesNutri SUPRA NMN contains star ingredients, NMN (nicotinamide mononucleotide) and natural Haematococcus pluvialis extract. It is suitable for people who are concerned about anti-aging, physical fitness, skin, eyes, liver, brain, heart and cardiovascular health.

 

Astaxanthin of  Yesnutri Supra NMN is extracted from natural Haematococcus pluvialis. The astaxanthin content of Haematococcus pluvialis is more than 10 times that of krill oil. [3-6] It is scientifically proven that astaxanthin has potent antioxidant and hepatoprotective effect, and has high nutritional value. [1,9,22] Astaxanthin has a unique molecular structure, which allows it to have extraordinary chemical properties. It has no less than ten times or higher than other carotenoids such as lutein and β-carotene. [1,7,8,10] Meanwhile, it can prevent cell membrane oxidation and stop the chain reaction of free radicals. [1,7,10,16] Astaxanthin can cross the blood-brain barrier and enter the retinal tissue to provide protection for the retina, reduce damage caused by ultraviolet rays, and accelerate recovery, which is very helpful to relieve eye discomfort. [17-19] Adequate intake of antioxidants is important for the health of men, women, and children. It can improve overall health in old age and effectively maintain good cognitive ability and longevity. [14]

 

YesNutri SUPRA NMN added NMN (Nicotinamide mononucleotide) is a biosynthetic precursor of NAD+, which is known to promote the production of NAD+ in cells and counteract the aging-associated diseases associated with the decline in tissue NAD+ levels. [30] Scientific research shows that NMN (Nicotinamide mononucleotide) can effectively activate cell functions, delay aging, and strengthen the body’s ability to repair. [28,29,32] Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) is a central signaling molecule involved in cellular processes related to age-related diseases, indicating that NAD+ decline is the main feature of accelerated aging. Certain studies have shown that the NAD+ production mechanism along the age becomes worse and the NAD+ level becomes lower. It has been found that a special transporter (Slc12a8) directly enters the cell to produce NAD+ in the body to maintain the NAD+ level, thereby slowing down the premature aging syndrome and normal aging. [30-32]

 

NMN (nicotinamide mononucleotide) benefits for organs

Sirtuins genes are involved in the process of aging and apoptosis. Studies have shown that NMN (nicotinamide mononucleotide) activates the Sirtuins gene to produce Sirtuins for stimulating cell repair, especially for tissues that do not regrow, such as the heart, eyes and brain, slowing down the process of cell death, and subsequent aging. It is expected that disease can be suppressed and restored while promoting cell repair mechanisms. [32,34]

 

Benefits for eyes

YesNutri SUPRA NMN is rich supply of NMN (nicotinamide mononucleotide), natural carotenoids such as astaxanthin, lutein, beta-carotene and canthaxanthin. They cannot be synthesized by the human body and they must be intake from food or dietary supplements. [1-2] Lutein is a natural carotenoid, which is a component of macular spots (Yellow spot) and other parts of the retina. [11] The blue light is the spectrum that can cause damage the eyes and skin. Lutein can filter the blue light, thereby reducing the damage of ultraviolet rays to the eyes and skin. [11-13]

 

NMN can maintain the immune system, healthy eye tissues and good vision. Studies have shown that a rapid decline in NAD + levels can cause rapid neurodegeneration and vision loss in the eyes. However, scientists have found that supplementing this molecule can prevent adverse reactions and improve vision. [15,33-35] Some studies have even shown that NMN will produce deacetylase-cytoprotective enzymes (SIRT1-7) after activating the Sirtuins genes, which have anti-aging effect and slowing down cell apoptosis. NMN increases the cytoprotective enzyme SIRT1 level, which can reduce oxidative stress in retinal cells and inflammation, and then lower risk in damage to the retina. [35]

 

Functions of YesNutri SUPRA NMN Capsules:

  • Strong antioxidant [1,9,17,28]
  • Enhance immune system [1,17]
  • Provide protection for our cell against UV and free radical damage [1,7,13-17,20,31]
  • Promote general health and wellbeing [1,17,28]
  • Promote healthy skin and anti-ageing [7,17,20-21,28,31]
  • Promote healthy cardiovascular system [1,7,17,23-24,29,32]
  • Promote healthy liver [2,7,17,32]
  • Support increasing of energy level [24-25,28]
  • Support body muscle recovery from exercise [7,26]
  • Support eye health and help to decelerate aging of vision [7,15-18,27,32-35]

 

Recommended daily dose:

Adults take 2 capsules daily with meal or as recommended by your physicians.

Precautions: If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, consult your physician prior to using this product.

 

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Medicine Ordinance. Any claim made for it has not been subject to evaluation for such registration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat or prevent any disease.

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