The 10 most read supplement and nutrition stories of 2023 were announced

Optimal dose of NMN? According to an Indian study, 600 mg per day increased NAD+ levels and physical performance

The optimal dose of NMN for increasing the body’s nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) level and physical performance is 600 mg per day, according to a 60-day study conducted in India.

The trial compared the effects of NMN supplementation 300 mg, 600 mg, 900 mg per day compared to a placebo.

It was found that blood NAD+ concentration was significantly increased in all groups taking NMN. However, NAD+ levels were highest in those taking either 600 mg or 900 mg of NMN.

Not so terrible? China’s NMN supplier hopeful about US opportunities despite regulatory hurdle

A Shanghai-based nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN) ingredient company said it is optimistic about NMN’s application and business prospects in the US, despite USFDA revoking the ingredients’ New Dietary Ingredient (NDI) status in late 2022.

The ingredient is a form of vitamin B3 and is commonly marketed as an anti-aging ingredient. It was approved as an NDI in the US on a case-by-case basis and has been sold as a dietary supplement in the US market.

However, the USFDA changed its position on the use of dietary supplement ingredients after finding out that NMN has been approved for investigation as a new drug.

The first of its kind? A Japanese company is developing an additive that promotes the proliferation of stem cells

A Japanese company said it had developed an olive leaf extract that could be included in health supplements to promote stem cell proliferation.

Tokyo-based Nutrition Act told us that the extract could promote stem cell proliferation by increasing the body’s production of hypoxia-inducible factor 1 (HIF-1).

The extract is commercialized as an ingredient known as HIF1STEM.

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