Aerobic and resistance exercise training reverses age‐dependent decline in NAD+ salvage capacity in human skeletal muscle
https://physoc.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/ ... oxV5Y9y4jU&
Added to this, intermittent fasting is a big boost to NAD+ levels.
From a study I just read, fasting in the evenings produced results with weight loss and even insulin dependence over time
https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/int ... 8062914156
I personally try not to eat anything after 7pm through to 11am the following day.
I only eat within the created 8 hour window.
If I really want the weight to drop significantly, I restrict myself to 2000 kilojoules in that 8 hour period a couple of times a week.
It’s not easy to do ( takes a little willpower )
but the results and increase in energy levels can be exceptional.
Being a foodie myself, I have to say, I never thought i'd stick with IF for long but it was real easy after the first 48 hours (will power definitely required for the first two days if you were previously a "big eater")
I take the sublingual NMN twice a day, split the dosage over the day.
And I will also subscribe to the fact that IF is probably the biggest contributing factor to feeling better overall. Mentally and physically, I feel myself sharper, stronger and overall more youthful. One would assume due to the higher levels of NAD+ produced.
I just tried to find some videos on how to make it at home and initially I found one on how to make "cold brew" coffee thinking it was the same thing but it's not, which was interesting! Here's an article for those like me who thought cold brew and cold drip were one and the same: https://www.taste.com.au/articles/cold- ... e/dkuzovzo
I've also found these videos on how to make cold drip at home...key principles are the same, but each video uses a different piece of equipment:
This one is for cold brew (definitely more accessible as it only requires a French press):
Some forum users may struggle with intermittent fasting and the initial associated food cravings.