From the comments, referencing a study done
"Older mice that were given NMN (300 mg/kg/day) experienced delayed aging in the liver, muscle, immune cells, eyes, and bones, but those that took a lower dose of NMN (100mg/kg/day or human equivalent of 8mg/kg/day) had improved mitochondrial function and enhanced physical performance."
So how heavy are you and what's your current dosage?
I'm 75kg. 625mg NMN so right on the "low dosage" end of the equivalent trial in mice. 1,800mg would be considered a high dose.
250mg every day
Super curious if anyone has seen a chart of nad levels by age. In the Rhonda Patrick interview, David Sinclair mentioned that since he’s 50, he probably has half the NAD from when he was 20.
Now that I would be very interested to see.
In Australia i've never heard anyone have NAD levels tested anywhere though. So not sure how to go about that
Until we can find independent testing for NAD levels we are not going to be in a position to know what those “youthful” levels would have been and what range we are now striving to return those NAD levels back to..
Wouldn´t a test that measure sirtuin-activation by NAD be more informative actually? Since activation of SIRT1 is mainly how NAD-repletion influence so many different tissues in positive ways.
Registered dietitian, Sweden.
750mg of NMN 5 days per week.
1,000mg of Resveratrol 7 days per week.