TsinTsin wrote: ↑Wed Oct 09, 2019 9:48 amI am 28 and would like to stay young as long as I can. Will taking nmn help me with that? I am looking for longterm antiaging benefits but some side effects such as more energy are obviously welcome. Just wondering if its as effective for younger people as for older.
I am 30 years old and in a relatively similar situation to you. I can say with confidence that my supplementation of these molecules has definitely provided me with some amazing benefits so far. Maybe not quite to the extent some of the older folks on this forum are describing, but I also dont have too much degenerative issues yet. What I am noticing is basically spot on with what Drdavid is eluding to in his last message. There are definitely noticeable benefits to taking this supplement. But the big thing here is maintenance. Keeping our cells in peek condition from here on out.
“great” old car.
“ So what was the query again?”
We both decided that even though we weren't old like was recommended, that we would both start dosing to see what benefits we could find from increased NAD.
I would say so far it's been interesting. Feels like faster recoveries from working out, slight increase in energy. Worth it
Great analogy, Newage! I agree, regular care and maintenance can definitely keep a "brand new car" looking and working pretty darn good for quite awhile!